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08 May 2018

Career benefits of specialist postgraduate study in medicine

Pursue your passion and discover postgraduate education for doctors. Our specialist postgraduate courses are taught by experts in the medical field and offer a wide range of benefits for doctors.
08 May 2018

5 reasons to study child and adolescent health at the University of Sydney

Whether you want to study child and adolescent health to pursue a career in paediatrics, or if you simply want to improve your knowledge and skills, here are 5 reasons to study child and adolescent health at the University of Sydney.
08 May 2018

Why study critical care medicine?

This highly sought after degree has been designed by critical care clinicians for doctors working, or planning to work, in emergency medicine, anaesthetics and intensive care medicine.
08 May 2018

Why study clinical neurophysiology?

Clinical Neurophysiology is a broad discipline, encompassing diagnostic services for patients presenting with neurological dysfunction, systemic diseases and critical illnesses, and the provision of intraoperative monitoring of the nervous system during at-risk surgical procedures.
08 May 2018

Why study metabolic health?

Our highly practical metabolic health program is delivered by international leaders in the field of diabetes and metabolic health.
08 May 2018

Why study internal medicine?

Our internal medicine program is delivered in collaboration with the University of Melbourne and is the only degree of its kind in Australasia.
08 May 2018

5 reasons to study sexual and reproductive health

A healthy life includes a healthy sexuality. A healthy sexuality is more than the absence of disease.
08 May 2018

Why study pharmaceutical and medical device development?

Our range of Pharmaceutical and Medical Device Development degrees at the University of Sydney will provide you with insights and understanding into the complex and dynamic processes involved in bringing pharmaceutical and medical technology to market.
08 May 2018

5 reasons to study pain management

Suitable for graduates of medicine, dentistry, psychology, nursing, physiotherapy, occupational therapy and other health disciplines, discover why studying pain management will help to ease the burden of pain on the community.
08 May 2018

International surgeon delivers annual Diana Temple Memorial Lecture

The 9th Annual Diana Temple AM Memorial Lecture was presented by Dr Caprice C. Greenberg, who gave her talk "Sticky floors and glass ceilings" about gender disparity in surgery.