Chronic diseases such as diabetes and obesity account for about 70 percent of illnesses experienced by Australians, and this is expected to increase to almost 80 percent by 2020.
Graduate Entry Master's degrees
Our Graduate Entry Master's (GEM) degrees enable you to attain professional recognition in two years and are designed to deliver work-ready graduates. The pace of the programs is demanding, but you'll be well rewarded for your hard work. Feedback from employers tells us our graduate are highly employable and well-prepared to meet the challenges of their profession.
Rehabilitation counsellors assist people with disabilities or disadvantage to achieve maximum participation in employment and community life through assessment, counselling, service provision and support.
One in seven Australians has some form of communication disability, such as a problem with speech, using and/or understanding language, voice, fluency, hearing or reading and writing.
Occupational therapists help people to participate more fully in everyday life by focusing on their strengths.
Physiotherapists use highly developed clinical reasoning skills to assess, diagnose and treat people with movement problems caused by a wide variety of joint, muscle, nerve and metabolic disorders.
Diagnostic radiographers are on the frontline of 21st century healthcare, working with innovative imaging technologies to support accurate diagnoses and treatment options for patients.