International projects

The Vietnam nursing project

The School of Nursing is working to establish a collaborative capacity-building program with the Vietnam Nurses Association (VNA) to strengthen nursing and midwifery services in Vietnam.

This program, funded by The Atlantic Philanthropies, aims to build partnerships with educational institutions, hospitals, government and non-government bodies to improve the standard of nursing education and care in Vietnam through knowledge-exchange and education.

The relationships we build through this program are essential for creating and maintaining sustainable outcomes that are mutually beneficial for Vietnam and Australia.

For further information about this project, contact Professor Genevieve Gray.

Public health and social work international health program

This program initiates international activities including research, projects, consultancy and teaching. Our activities range from short courses and consultancy to ongoing research and capacity building projects with a particular focus on the Asia-Pacific region.

For further information about this program, contact Professor Michael Dunne.

International teaching and practical placements

As part of our international health program, we arrange international placements for our students to study, research and gain work experience abroad.

Study overseas and exchange

International research student supervision

We provide experienced supervision to international students who wish to complete a PhD, Professional Doctorate and Masters by research. Contact Professor Michael Dunne to discuss research opportunities and projects.

Student topics and projects

International partners

Our international partners include:

  • Central Java Provincial Health Office
  • Peking University
  • Hainan Medical University
  • Nepal Centre for Disaster Management.

Contacts

Enterprise, International and Engagement Team

  • O Block, Room O-D711A
    Kelvin Grove