Curtin U considering health school change

Management is consulting for “a sustainable future”

Word is ten academic jobs are marked to go, with five further positions to be relocated, and three new ones created.  Courses are also set for change, with a new emphasis on data analytics in health care. The proposal, is said to be intended to address a projected $1.5 deficit annual deficit. CMM asked Curtin U if this was happening and PVC Health Sciences Archie Clements responded; “A review of the School of Public Health is currently underway to ensure a sustainable future that continues to meet the changing needs of students and plays a key strategic role in important public health areas such as the role of big data analytics in public health, health economics and sustainable health.

“A comprehensive consultation is underway and no final decisions have yet been made.”


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