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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.
Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching (QILT) Report – 2018 Graduate Outcomes Survey – Longitudinal – Now Available
The 2018 Graduate Outcomes Survey – Longitudinal (GOS-L) measures the medium-term outcomes of higher education graduates based on a cohort analysis of graduates who responded to the 2015 ...
Applications open for the Puggy Hunter Memorial Scholarship Scheme – Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Scholarships
Puggy Hunter Memorial Scholarship Scheme Applications are now open for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders who will be studying an entry level course in any of the following health ...
The Department of Jobs and Small Business has published the results of its research identifying skill shortages in the Australian labour market. A research report which provides a national ...
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