The School of Health Sciences at the Launceston campus of the University of Tasmania is holding an interactive Health Science Taster Day on Friday 19 September 2014 for grades 10; 11; 12 students showcasing the following degrees offered by the School of Health Sciences.
The aims of this full day Workshop are to provide students who are interested in studying in the health sciences opportunities to find out detailed information on courses, to meet with staff teaching the courses, career information, and to participate in interactive activities related to working in these fields. Morning and afternoon tea, lunch and a Workshop and Information Booklet will be provided. Students can choose four one hour workshop sessions relevant to the above degree areas when submitting their application form electronically - indicating a preference in each time slot. Please note all four preferences for workshops will try to be accommodated however may need to be adjusted depending on numbers. Please find further information on the content of workshops below. Students can view their confirmed schedule on the day.
Due to limited spaces students are invited to submit an application form including workshop preferences by Friday 22 August 2014. Students will be notified whether they have been selected to attend the Health Science Taster Day by Friday 05 September 2014.
More information on content of the workshops can be found under the Proposed Schedule of Workshops.
9:30 am - Introduction and general information (C227 – up stairs)
|10:00 am - 11:00 am||Biomedical Science – C219||Health/Nutrition – N205||Exercise Science – G127|
|11:15 am - 12:15 pm||Medical Imaging – C002||Cell Biology – C142||Environmental Health – C140|
|1:00 pm - 2:00 pm||Environmental Health – C140||Medical Imaging – C002||Health/Nutrition – N205|
|2:15 pm - 3:15 pm||Biomedical Science – C219||Exercise Science – G127||Cell Biology – C142|
3:15 pm - 3:45 pm - Finish and Questions
* Please note all four preferences will try to be accommodated however depending on numbers may need to be adjusted.
Further information on the Health Sciences degrees is available.
Professor Steve Campbell
Head of School
Authorised by the Head of Human Life Sciences
9 July, 2014