Health a university for the real world

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Guide to Health

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.

Services offered:

Study with us

Learn from passionate health professionals who are experts in clinical practice, public health and health science.

Study health and community

We continually develop best practices in teaching and training:

Your success guide

Students in our Faculty of Health can take advantage of scholarships, international travel opportunities, and work placements to enhance their university experience.

Work experience placements

International opportunities

Real-world learning

Accreditation

Accrediting bodies from Australia and overseas endorse our world-class undergraduate and postgraduate courses.

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Our research

We conduct multidisciplinary and purpose-driven research addressing real-world health issues.

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Research areas

Research degrees

Engage with us

We pride ourselves on our engagement with industry and the community, such as our continued links with alumni, professional training courses, and commercial research and consultancy.

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Research facilities

Our facilities are purpose-built to conduct research that is relevant to industry and communities.

Institutes, centres and research groups

News

17 Feb 2020

Research focussed on improving disadvantaged children’s nutrition

Almost one million Australian children live in households which struggle to put food on the table every day, the focus of a research project on the lived experience of food insecurity, by QUT’s Professor Danielle Gallegos, the new director of the Woolworths Centre for Children’s Nutrition Research.

14 Feb 2020

Researchers’ rapid koala chlamydia test rolled out

A new rapid DNA test to detect chlamydia infection in koalas developed by QUT and University of Queensland (UQ) researchers is now being manufactured, and kits to run about 4000 tests will be made available free to wildlife hospitals and rehabilitation centres caring for koalas after the recent bushfires.

Events

28 January

Bushfire experts converge for forum at QUT – 31 January

13 - 15 March

Startup Weekend: NextGen

Where: QUT Gardens Point campus

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Faculty of Health, QUT
Victoria Park Road
Kelvin Grove QLD 4059