Work in multidisciplinary teams to identify, control, eliminate and eradicate disease outbreak.
Develop advanced knowledge in infectious disease epidemiology, infection control in different settings (for example hospitals or aged care providers) and the interface of human and animal health and the environmental factors. Learn a wide range of epidemiological tools, health prevention measures, the role of the community in managing an outbreak and the legal framework.
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Three core and one elective subject (12 credit points).
Plus choose one elective subject:
Experience a vibrant learning culture which fosters highly skilled and knowledgeable graduates. With an emphasis on authentic learning, compassionate care, support to succeed and cultivation of curiosity, at JCU you’ll develop the skills, confidence and experience to be a valuable healthcare professional.