Academic staff engage with community through the Centre for Health Services Management, working closely with similar centres in Australia and around the world to develop a robust, collaborative global network of researchers and also works with partners in the public and private sector on research and consulting projects.
Health Service Management and Planning students engage with community in projects during their coursework. In Advanced Health Service Planning (a required subject in the Master of Health Services Management and Planning), students collaborate with UTS Shopfront and the health charity sector in NSW by undertaking a project identified by the health charity as important to them in better supporting their constituencies. Students benefit by working on a current 'real-world' problems and importantly, the health charity sector gain actionable information and strategies.
We are passionate and professional advocates for advancing health services management nationally and globally, and are active members of: