Public Health at UTS understands that the world’s health needs are rapidly changing and much more complex. Improving the health and wellbeing of our populations and communities - by preventing disease, health promotion and protection and reducing inequalities in health - will require greater trans-disciplinary and inter-professional efforts to address the social determinants of health, more health-systems based solutions and much more disruptive thinking.
To address these sorts of local and global challenges modern public health practice and leadership for the 21st Century must be agile and constantly changing.
" Improving the public health and wellbeing of Australia’s population– particularly for the most vulnerable and disadvantaged –must be multi-faceted and depends on inter-disciplinary health scientists, clinicians, practitioners, researchers, analysts and educators all working together and effectively collaborating with other partners to generate needed evidence and knowledge."
Elizabeth Sullivan, Discipline Lead and Distinguished Professor of Public Health
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Leading experts in the field teaching and mentoring our future students.
Methodologies and what our academics are doing across our broad range of topic areas.
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