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21 December 2018

Upskill with a course in medicine

Do you want to enhance your career but aren't quite ready to commit to a whole degree? We offer a range of short courses for doctors wanting to upskill and take the next step in their career.
20 December 2018

My child's health: 6 common questions answered

Being a parent comes with a lot of questions. Our medicine and health experts answer common concerns and questions: from treating fevers and bedwetting to seeking help from a speech pathologist, dentist or orthodontist.
20 December 2018

First female to win prestigious award

Professor Elliott has been recognised by the Royal Society of NSW for her outstanding contribution to human welfare. She is the first female to be awarded the medal since its inception in 1947.
12 December 2018

How a brain scan led to a career in clinical neurophysiology

Alison Szekely is an active neurophysiologist whose patients sprawl from western Sydney to the Blue Mountains. She works for NSW Health, in private practice and is involved in the clinical neurophysiology program at Sydney.
12 December 2018

Discussing the future of caries management

For the first time in Australia, the Sydney Dental School recently hosted a Caries Management Symposium with the support of the Dental Alumni Association of the University of Sydney (DASUS) and Colgate.
11 December 2018

USYD pharmacist: my career in health economics

Getting a drug listed on the PBS can take up to three years, but it’s crucial to providing affordable medicines to the community. Hear how pharmacy alumna Rita Karamy has used her career in pharmacy to improve healthcare.
05 December 2018

Exercise in aged-care could save Australia $120m each year

As our population ages, allied health professionals are urging exercise therapy to be funded in aged-care facilities. Dr Jennie Hewitt is one such advocate, using her work and research to drive change within the sector.