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NSW Aboriginal population health training initiative

 

Overview

Target audience: Indigenous people interested in building their skills as public health practitioners.

Course summary: This course provides Indigenous people with the opportunity to develop their skills as public health practitioners and contribute to the Aboriginal population health workforce in NSW. The purpose of the training program is to improve the health of Aboriginal people by increasing the number of Aboriginal people working in the health services of NSW who have well developed skills and knowledge in population health. Trainees undertake a series of work placements within NSW Health population health services and will also complete a Master of Public Health by coursework studying part-time.

Fee payable: Yes

Delivery mode: On site

Financial support for Indigenous students: There is financial assistance for both travel and study for your Master of Public Health that is supported by the NSW Ministry of Health. This assistance is outlined in the orientation program for trainees on entry to the Initiative.

Contacts

Ph: (02) 9424 5771
Email: aphti@doh.health.nsw.gov.au

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Last updated: 25 August 2016
 
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