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As educators of allied health professionals, ACDHS sits at the nexus between health and education.
As such, members are well placed to provide insights on the demands our future health workforce will face,
and opportunities to improve the efficacy of their practice and the sustainability of the systems they will work in.

Department of Health releases the Allied Health 2016 Data and Fact Sheets

The Department of Health has announced the release of the National Health Workforce Dataset (NHWDS) Allied Health 2016 data in the form of: updated aggregate data accessible via the Health ...

MDANZ Project Report: Medical Student Clinical Placements as Sites of Learning and Contribution

The Medical Deans of Australia and New Zealand (MDANZ) has released a report on ‘Medical student clinical placements as sites of learning and contribution’. The pilot project, funded ...

Evaluation of the NDIS – Final Report now available

An evaluation report of the NDIS has been completed and is now available to view by visiting the Key Documents section here An independent evaluation of the trial of the National Disability ...

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