We recognise that the healthcare system needs to offer integrated care, and consequently we utilise inter-professional learning and inter-disciplinary research opportunities to help develop this.

We offer students from across the wide variety of health disciplines and professions within the Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences the chances to work collaboratively together, making possible new and innovative integrative approaches to dealing with the behavioural as well as the biological elements of health.

With this diversity of hands-on experience and access to cutting-edge research, our students are preparing for the widest range of clinical and community care situations. They’re encouraged to develop and adopt innovation as an inherent part of their work practice.

Read about the success of some of our students presenting solutions to health-related case studies that required an inter-disciplinary approach, below.

UQ students win HealthFusion Team Challenge three times in a row