Our educational and research activities are delivered via Divisions organised by clinical domain and research methodology. Each Division contains relevant Units and Centres focusing on more specific subject areas.
Clinical Domains Research Methodologies
Acute and Critical Care
Our research focuses on improving outcomes for people experiencing serious or life-threatening illness or medical emergency.
Biostatistics, Data Analytics / Modelling and Health Economics
We conduct methodological research, health economics evaluations and lend our biostatistical expertise to complex research projects across the School.
As well as being one of the largest general practice teaching departments in Australia, our research advances the field.
Evidence Synthesis, Qualitative and Implementation Methods
We use evidence-based approaches to harness medical knowledge to improve health systems for users and workers.
Health Systems, Services and Policy
We engage with issues that influence the effective, efficient, equitable and ethical delivery of health services.
Teaching and Learning
We have oversight of the School’s educational portfolio, and conduct research into novel technologies and strategies that may enhance education.
Work across all divisions is supported by a series of committees that meet regularly and report back through the School, ensuring our staff and students are supported by current policies that enable them to deliver high-quality work in a safe and respectful environment. Current committees include: