Resources for current staff, conjoints, preceptors and honorary titleholders working in or with the Faculty of Health.
From the blog
The importance of physical activity during adolescence, pre-pregnancy and pregnancy in optimizing maternal and infant health
Mon, 03 Apr 2017
Maternal obesity and gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) has increased rapidly in recent decades corresponding with population increases in overweight and obesity. During this same period, the physical activity levels of many women and adolescent girls have declined precipitously, commonly commencing in the transition from primary to secondary school is some, but progressively across the high […] Read more
Learning and Teaching
The Faculty of Health is committed to high quality learning and teaching. Staff knowledge and skills are essential for developing and maintaining quality. We have a range of resources to help support innovation, quality enhancement and staff development in learning and teaching.
Career development is available for Research, Teaching and Professional Staff. View more information on the University's Career Development site, or discuss with your line manager.
Find out about workshops, webinars and units of study as well as practical skills training in videoconferencing facilities and teaching on the University's Teaching and Learning pages (Curriculum and Quality theme area).
Adjunct and Clinical Titles
Health and non-health professionals who contribute to the teaching and/or research at the Faculty of Health may be eligible to apply for an Adjunct or Clinical appointment. View more information about appointments at the: