Hands on Health Program
Since 2011, the Hands on Health program has worked in partnership with over 26 schools in the south east of Melbourne. The Hands on Health program provides a variety of activities for students from Year 9 to Year 12 to support their engagement with tertiary education and the health care industry. The program aims to increase exposure to health careers particularly for students from under-represented groups such as low socio-economic, indigenous, refugee or asylum seeker backgrounds.
We achieve this by the following activities
|Year 9 |
Health Discovery Session
Learn about the human body.
Anatomy models and games.
Careers in health.
The Hands on Health Work Experience program is a unique week-long activity 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 Monash Health staff and Monash University students throughout the 5-day program.
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|Year 11 and 12|
Join Monash Medical, Nursing and Health Science students from all year levels for a group study session at Clayton campus. You'll have the chance to preview life as a medical student, and go on a tour of the facilities on campus.
|Year 11 and 12|
The Road to Medicine (MD)
So you thought about becoming a Doctor – what next?
Date: July 2018 - To be confirmedMedicine is a highly sort after career and an extremely competitive program, this very insightful seminar will take you into a world of applying and entering a career in Medicine.
Location: Monash University
|9am – 3pm|