Our high-achieving graduates, advanced research and strong industry engagement puts us at the forefront of building a better future for our communities and healthcare systems.
Real Health Matters
We collaborate with industry, government, research partners and our alumni to make a real difference to the health of our world.
Schools and centres
Our researchers collaborate closely with government, not-for-profit organisations, international and national organisations, the private sector and the community to ensure our research addresses real health issues.
How to partner with us
A partnership with QUT’s Faculty of Health gives you connections to our research expertise, and opportunities to engage with our students. By partnering with us, you can tap into world-class facilities and researchers to support transformational research discoveries, and connect with the future health workforce.
About the faculty
We embrace a collaborative approach to improving the health of our nation, bridging the gap between science and better health through a focus on prevention, evidence, innovation and outcomes. Our vision is to empower people and communities to create a better future through health. We deliver on this vision through world-class teaching, practical learning and research innovation.
We provide high-quality learning and teaching experiences for students. Our courses are in high demand and provide graduates with job-ready, practical skills for the real world. Our students and staff have access to state-of-the-art teaching and learning spaces, including the QUT Health Clinics, which provide comprehensive clinical education to the next generation of healthcare professionals as well as quality patient care to the community.
We undertake transformative research that contributes to the improvement of human health. Our research engages with community partners, industry and government through partnerships and collaboration to deliver research outcomes that have real impact.
QUT Health Clinics
QUT Health Clinics provide real-world clinical education to the next generation of healthcare professionals and quality patient care to the community.
Our integrated services are delivered through discipline-specific clinics and through interprofessional programs. See our services page or the offerings below for more information.
Our students gain real-world experience at QUT Health Clinics and in virtual environments, simulation centres, and a number of cutting-edge laboratories and facilities.
Health research is conducted on QUT Kelvin Grove and Gardens Point campuses, as well as at the university’s distributed sites and co-located facilities. This provides QUT researchers with access to the professional support and world-class infrastructure and facilities they need to progress their work
QUT Health Clinics
QUT Health Clinics promotes health and wellbeing for children, families and communities through quality health services and clinical education to the next generation of healthcare professionals.
Q block super-lab
QUT's Q block super-lab is a state-of-the-art flexible multi-purpose multidisciplinary 150 student lab that incorporates world class technologies in a single, flexible, open, dynamic teaching laboratory.
Radiation Therapy Virtual Environment (VERT lab)
QUT’s Virtual Environment for Radiotherapy Training (VERT lab) uses augmented reality 3D technology to immerse you in a virtual environment that features life-sized radiation therapy equipment and virtual patients.
Clinical Simulation Centre
QUT’s Clinical Simulation Centre uses technology and equipment to simulate real-world experiences. Industry equipment is used to treat manikins that offer a realistic patient experience with light-sentitive pupils, bodily fluid excretion, visible breathing, and tolerance to injections and infusions.
Sport and exercise science facilities
QUT’s purpose-built facilities provide the latest equipment in sport and exercise science, health and physical education and clinical exercise physiology focusing on biomechanics, clinical skills, resistance training, exercise physiology, functional anatomy and motor skills. QUT’s sports field is a state-of-the-art complex with a LigaTurf® Football Field, Spurtan ® Athletics Track, seminar room, and associated amenities.
Centre for Children's Health Research
The Centre for Children’s Health Research (CCHR) is Queensland's first fully integrated research facility focused on child and adolescent health research and services. CCHR's research aims to understand, prevent, diagnose and treat key child health issues.
Translational Research Institute (TRI)
The Translational Research Institute (TRI) is a unique, Australian-first initiative of ‘bench to bedside’ medical research. Translational research involves teams of clinicians and researchers working together with patients to solve health challenges faster.
QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute
QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute seeks to discover, diagnose and deliver better treatments for some of the world’s most deadliest diseases. It is known as one of Australia’s most successful medical research institutes, translating discoveries from bench to bedside for a better future of health.
Herston Imaging Research Facility (HIRF)
The Herston Imaging Research Facility (HIRF) is one of only a handful of imaging research facilities in Australia, and the first to be devoted entirely to clinical research. HIRF has been built to cater for the growing role of imaging in clinical research.
Jamieson Trauma Institute (JTI)
The Jamieson Trauma Institute (JTI) represents a unique collaboration of service partners, striving to advance trauma prevention, research, systems, and clinical management, with the overall aim of delivering the best possible care to people suffering traumatic injuries.
Australian Translational Genomics Centre
The Australian Translational Genomics Centre (ATGC) is the first genomic diagnostic service in Queensland, and one of the largest programs of its kind in Australasia, providing whole-exome or whole-genome sequencing and microarray services.
News and events
New facilities for testing space technologies, automated transport and green energy solutions are among QUT projects funded in the latest round of Australian Research Council (ARC) Linkage Program grants.
QUT researchers will work on new prostate cancer diagnostic technology and standardising patient-specific 3D-printed biomedical implant workflows as two of 10 recipients of 2021 REDI Fellowships announced today.
A new subsidised accommodation program is set to make life easier for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students who want to move to Brisbane to study at QUT in 2022.