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National Centre for Farmer Health/Deakin University HMF702 Scholarship

Application Close: 27 May 2018
Status: Open
Terms: 12 Weeks
Value: $1650

The National Centre for Farmer Health is providing a number of scholarship opportunities to allow people to participate in Deakin University’s 12 week course, ‘HMF702 – Healthy and Sustainable Agricultural Communities.’ This course is designed to provide participants with the knowledge to positively influence the high rates of illness, injury and poor health outcomes in Agricultural communities.

HMF702 can be completed as a stand alone course that will provide you with relevant expertise for a wide variety of careers.  There is also the opportunity to receive continuing education and professional development points from a number of medical, health and agricultural organisations.

Alternatively, HMF702 can be used as a Deakin University elective, providing credit towards a number of postgraduate qualifications in Public Health, Health Promotion, Health and Human Services Management and Nursing.

Eligibility Criteria

HMF702 has been developed to appeal to a wide variety of graduate level students and professionals. If you are currently working, or plan to work in the following areas then HMF702 is for you.

  • Agricultural production and Agribusiness
  •  Nursing and medical fields
  •  Allied health and social work
  •  Veterinary and environmental specialties
  •  Occupational Health and Safety
  •  Health promotion and public health
  •  Rural and remote policy

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