Course Learning Outcomes

Our graduates will be:

  • Lifelong learners and critical thinkers who apply research knowledge and principles in an evidence-based collaborative approach
  • Problem solvers who apply an advanced body of knowledge in being flexible, analytic and independent in their thinking and professional conduct
  • Effective communicators able to explain and justify decisions to patients, communities and professional colleagues
  • Concerned about cultural, social and broader international matters and responsive to regional and rural issues
  • Recognise risks and improve health, safety and well-being of Australian agricultural communities
  • Skilled at both working in and with a team yet comfortable with autonomy and capable of leadership
  • Identify and acknowledge the environmental, economical and social influences that result in higher rates of morbidity and mortality in rural and remote Australia
  • Technically skilled and technologically aware, being proactive in applying the latest principles and developments to the rural and remote setting
  • Comfortable in applying the general principles of agricultural health and medicine management in the professional environment

 

 


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