Hands on Health Program
Since 2011, the Hands on Health program has been engaging young people with the world of careers in health. The program provides a variety of hands on activities for students from Year 9 to 12 to foster aspirations to tertiary education and the healthcare industry. The program particularly focuses on young people from communities who are under-represented in the health professions. In the end, we want our future health workforce to better reflect the society and communities they serve.
We achieve this by the following activities
Hands on Health Discovery
A 1-hour incursion where students use anatomy models and games to learn about the human body and participate in interactive activities about careers in health.
Hands on Health
A unique 2-day experience for selected Year 10 students. Within a structured program, students have educational sessions and clinical interactions in a busy hospital environment. Students will have sessions with both health staff and Monash University students throughout the 2-day program.
Year 11 and 12
Hands on Health Discover Uni Student
Join us at Monash University’s Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Science for a group session at the Clayton campus. You'll have the chance to preview life as a health science student. You will participate in classes, develop exam study techniques and learn clinical skills. You will increase your understanding about selection processes for Medicine, Nursing and Health Science courses at Monash University. This includes information about the UCAT for medicine.