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Master of Indigenous Health (Substance Use)

 

Overview

Target audience: those seeking to work as an Aboriginal drug and alcohol worker, Aboriginal health and/or drug and alcohol liaison officer, drug and alcohol counsellor/worker, policy officer, project officer or research officer in government, non-government and community controlled organisations.

Course summary: This degree aims to build the clinical, public health and academic capacity of Indigenous health professionals to prevent and treat harm associated with alcohol, tobacco and other drug use in the Indigenous community. This is the highest university-level qualification in Indigenous health aspects of substance use recognised at a national level. Topics covered include:

Fee payable: Yes

Delivery mode: Onsite and online

Financial support for Indigenous students: Not specified

Contacts

The University of Sydney
Camperdown NSW 2006
Ph: 1300 362 006

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Last updated: 14 March 2017
 
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