Agricultural Health and Medicine
Dates: 
Monday, 26 February 2018 to Friday, 02 March 2018
Country/State: 
Western Australia
City: 
Hamilton
Venue: 
Western District Health Service
Information form: 

Details

HMF701 Agricultural Heath and Medicine is a 5-day intensive study unit offered by the School of Medicine at Deakin University and the National Centre for Farmer Health.  It aims to develop the next generation of rural and agricultural health leaders to improve the health, safety and wellbeing of rural and remote Australians. HMF701 has been developed to appeal to a wide variety of graduate level students and professionals from nursing, medicine, health, agricultural science, agribusiness, social work, veterinary and environmental science backgrounds.

Who will benefit from HMF701?

Rural professionals, health professionals, paramedics, health care administrators and policy makers would greatly enhance their knowledge of the physical and mental health issues facing today’s rural and remote communities by undertaking this unit. Upon successful completion of this unit, graduates with a relevant health degree will be eligible to become an AgriSafe provider.

Further information

For more information on this unit, the topics covered or on the application process, please contact:

Lecturer
Jacquie Cotton
Email: j.cotton@deakin.edu.au
Phone (03) 5551 8533

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Vet Ed points: 
35.00
Contact Details:
AVA group/External Provider name:: 
Deakin University
Organiser: 
External Provider
Name: 
Dr. Jacqueline Cotton
Email address: 
j.cotton@deakin.edu.au
Phone Number: 
03 5551 8585
Website Address: 
www.farmerhealth.org.au

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