Department of Community and Clinical Health
We are a leader in entry-to-practice courses, graduate research degrees and continuing professional development programs.
We value lifelong learning and the opportunity to support our graduates through ongoing education and training.
Put theory into practice with professional placements in Australia and overseas.
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Realistic and safe spaces for students to put theory into practice
Our public clinics provide essential healthcare services and real-world learning experiences under the guidance of expert clinicians.
Our researchers are working to improve health and wellbeing across communities and the lifespan.
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Spotlight on neurorehabilitation research
Occupational therapist and neuroscientist, Professor Leeanne Carey, specialises in the science of recovering touch.
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Simulated clinical experiences are helping to prepare Speech Pathology students for their future workplaces
World-first therapy helps survivors of stroke regain sense of touch
A Collaborative Online International Learning program is strengthening the cultural awareness of Social Work students