Health systems worldwide are struggling to meet the current demands and challenges facing society today and, in the future.
Integrated approaches to healthcare, innovative models of practice and new technologies are needed to be cost effective and better address health outcome inequalities, the wider determinants of health, health prevention and protection.
UTS has a strong translational and social justice focus in health. We have a cross disciplinary research culture that is highly engaged with the health sector, industry, practitioners and the worldwide research community.
Our capabilities span health economics and health policy; primary health care; nursing and midwifery; public health and health systems; Aboriginal health; health and clinical sciences; and health informatics and technology.