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Master of Rural and Remote Medicine

Develop extensive academic and research skills to help make a positive impact on the health of rural, remote, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and beyond.

#1

in Queensland for median graduate salary, $116,400* *Good Universities Guide 2022, PG Medicine

#1

in Australia for learning resources* *Good Universities Guide 2022, PG Medicine

#1

in Queensland for student support, teaching quality and overall experience* *Good Universities Guide 2022, PG Medicine

Location

Commencing

  • Online: February, July

Fees

$26,950.00^

^estimated annual tuition fee


Plus Student Services and Amenities fee
Fee deferral and scholarships available if eligible

Duration

1.5 years full-time

or part-time equivalent

Entry Requirements

AHPRA-registered rural health practitioners; or completed, or be enrolled in, a certified rural medicine or general practice training program; or an approved Australian Medical Council (AMC) accredited medicine program student; or an approved international rural health practitioner

Course Code

74504

Course detail

Real stories

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    Alumni

    Dr Ewen McPhee

    Master of Rural and Remote Medicine

    As a very busy rural doctor wanting to better understand what I do, and where I fit, the Master of Rural and Remote Medicine provided context to my work and a foundation on which to build my research and health professional education skills. It has been transformative in rekindling my enthusiasm for rural medicine.

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    Lecturer

    Associate Professor Lawrie McArthur

    Course Coordinator

    The Rural and Remote Medicine postgraduate courses are designed to wrap around the work of a rural generalist doctor, to give them the skills to better serve their community and become a rural clinical educator of the next generation.