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Found 8 related courses for University of Tasmania Postgraduate Society, Health and Community Degrees

  • Add counselling to your healthcare repertoire

    A counselling course for clinicians and health care professionals. Learn how to support patients in distress. Cover areas such as loss, grief, trauma, and addiction. Formalise your counselling skills and gain recognition.

  • Graduate Certificate in Public Health

    TAS-MPH-GCE | Postgraduate

    Contribute to the health of your community

    Prepare for a move into the public health sector, where you can make a lasting impact on large-scale health challenges. Gain the practical skills you need to analyse existing healthcare systems. Become a leader who advocates for change. 

  • Upskill as a registered pharmacist

    Continue to develop your clinical pharmacy and research skills. Explore medication management for a wide range of illnesses, from cardiovascular disease to psychiatric disorders. Upon completion, those interested can proceed into the graduate diploma.

  • Expand your career opportunities

    Boost your skills with flexible online short courses and microcredentials delivered by leading Australian universities.

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  • Graduate Certificate in Counselling

    TAS-COU-GCE | Postgraduate

    Strengthen your therapy skills to guide clients through hardship

    Pursue a rewarding career as a counsellor by mastering a range of therapeutic approaches. Understand the ethics of your profession and how to address trauma with clients. Then put your skills to the test during role-play scenarios.

  • Get current with industry practices and make healthcare safer

    A formal qualification developed by the Australian Institute of Health Service Management. Study national standards, models, and frameworks. Understand how clinical safety, quality, and accountability are critical when managing health services.

  • Learn to lead and manage aged care services

    A formal qualification in aged care governance and leadership, developed by the Australian Institute of Health Service Management. Study leadership theory and gain confidence in your decision making. Get critical and strive to make improvements.

  • Explore the internet’s role in health care

    Study contemporary trends, issues, policy and practice in health informatics. Analyse potential problems in the digital storing and sharing of health information. Unpack social, ethical and legal issues.

  • Help those with addictions lead a healthier life

    Take your health career to the next level with a specialisation in addiction. Understand dependency, maladaptive behaviours and epidemiological indicators. Explore intervention. Gain the sensitivity to help clients, their families and friends.