The Medicine Program at the University of Tasmania has a reputation for study coupled with world-class research. Medicine is based in Hobart's Medical Science Precinct, with Clinical Schools associated with the Royal Hobart Hospital and Launceston General Hospital, and in campuses throughout Tasmania and in Sydney.
Medicine offers undergraduate degrees in Medicine (MBBS), Paramedic Practice and Biotechnology and Medical Research. Research Honours programs can lead to exciting research careers. Our coursework postgraduate courses build the capacity of health professionals in areas of Clinical Supervision, Health Service Management and Public Health.
WHO-CIDI ATRC Training
The Australasian CIDI Training and Resource Centre provided training on the WHO Composite International Diagnostic Interview (CIDI). CIDI is a standardised interview used to assess mental disorders.
Other Programs and Initiatives
10 Jan 2014
Authorised by the Associate Head of Medicine
6 June, 2013