At the Graduate School of Health we specialise in high impact research and graduate entry masters programs that are innovative, practice-based and career focused. We offer masters programs in pharmacy, orthoptics, clinical psychology, physiotherapy and health policy.
Our purpose built facilities, world class academics and strong professional partnerships places us at the forefront of producing experts of the future in the health professions.
Dr Alison Roberts of the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia (PSA) has been announced as the winner of the AstraZeneca 2016 UTS Innovative Pharmacist of the Year Award for a new initiative that supports pharmacies to better engage with consumers.
Pharmacy Lecturer Cherie Tsingos-Lucas has developed a new assessment strategy to incorporate reflective learning practices into the curriculum and a marking rubric that enables consistent grading of subjective statements.
UTS Clinical Psychologist Dr Lynette Roberts and UTS Microbiologist Dr Catherine Burke have received a top prize from a US science firm to assist their research into the efficacy of probiotics in treating depression.
The school is currently offering 9 PhD scholarships across our current fields of research: pharmaceutical science, pharmacy practice, psychology, orthoptics and physiotherapy. We seek outstanding candidates with excellent academic records to become health leaders of the future, creating new and innovative solutions to some of the world’s most difficult problems.
Pharmacy Lecturer Cherie Tsingos-Lucas has developed a new assessment strategy to incorporate reflective learning practices into the curriculum and a marking rubric that enables consistent grading of subjective statements
Become a leader in the future of pharmacy education. UTS Pharmacy is seeking an outstanding candidate to contribute to building a body of evidence around the integration of innovative strategies into health education curricula.