health

Roundtable Discussion: Should you study Medical Science? As told by 3 current students

“I think it’s fair to say that 90% of the students enrolled missed out on undergraduate medicine. “

On The Phone With: A Fourth Year Physio Student from ACU

Note: sports physio is not where the money is.

A day in the life of a Doula

A doula is: a person who gives support, help, and advice to a woman during pregnancy and during and after the birth.

Mapping UMAT: The 2 reasons people fail

The UMAT’s only difficult for two reasons…

You can study Allied Health while you are still at school

Allied health is term used to describe anyone in health that isn’t a doctor, dentist or nurse.

Certificate III in Health Services Assistance: study it in Year 11 & 12

You do the course over two years, while you are in year 11 and 12.

Doing a Bachelor of Paramedicine at Charles Sturt Uni

Clinically, I learned to always back myself and remain calm under pressure in any situation.

Clinical Psychologist in Mental Health: Career Ladder from 17 – 30

Step by step: How to get from high school into Clinical Psychology

Clinical Dietitian: Career Ladder from 17 – 25

Step by step: How to get from high school to working in Dietetics for NSW Health

Should I study pharmacy?

We asked five people in the industry to answer your question.

On The Phone With: A Speech Pathologist

We spoke to a speech pathologist who works with children.

Dietician vs. Nutritionist

Rule one: Anyone can call themselves a nutritionist in Australia.

How to become a dentist

What is the quickest path straight out of high school?

Weighing up a degree in nutrition?

Advice for students looking to study nutrition in 2018

Inside the world of personal training

A Melbourne based PT talks about the industry, her salary and the challenges.

How to become a doctor (Step by step)

You do not need an ATAR of 100 to study medicine.

The Graduate Tour: Cosmetic Surgeon

The questions you’ve always wanted to ask a plastic surgeon.

What it’s like being a doctor? Q&A with a Resident (aka. a Dr in training)

The rumours are mostly true.