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Bond University Master of Occupational Therapy career pathways
The beauty of undertaking a graduate degree is the opportunity to
truly specialise in your field of interest. No longer are you required
to register in seemingly pointless classes. Instead, graduate school can
really sharpen the focus on what you are passionate about, offering
research projects and elective pathways aimed at producing competent and
Study occupational therapy at Bond University
Master of Occupational Therapy program is designed to produce highly
competitive graduates with comprehensive clinical skills as well as
possessing a solid business acumen and research experience.
It is the first Master of Occupational Therapy
in Australia to offer you the opportunity to complete a clinical
research project or undertake business electives in preparation for a
career in private practice. You will engage in research training before
specialising in one of two elective pathways:
Clinically focused Research Pathway – The
clinically focused research pathway culminates in an individual research
project that may be eligible for publication. This pathway prepares you
for entry into higher research degrees and careers in research and
academia, as well as bolstering research networks.
Business-focused Research Pathway –
Enables you to undertake business electives that will allow you to
undertake management roles, and better prepare you to work in the
growing private sector. The pathway culminates in an industry research
project where you will apply both research and business skills.
Students are taught by academics and industry staff who are current practicing clinicians with up-to-date industry knowledge.
Bond University Master of Occupational Therapy
Program: Master of Occupational Therapy Location: Gold Coast, Queensland Next intake: May 2017 Duration: 2 calendar years (6 semesters) Application deadline: No set deadline. Candidates are encouraged to apply as early as possible.
On August 5, 2016, Rio will become the first South American city
to host the Summer Olympics. Along with the usual fanfare, there are
also human rights concerns over the ongoing outbreak of the
mosquito-borne Zika virus and its potential impact on athletes and
visitors. So much so that dozens of athletes from all over the world
have decided to forego the event.
Few sports fans would associate their favourite competition with
international human rights law, but according to one legal academic
there are some surprising connections at play.
Monash Law School
Professor Sarah Joseph, who will deliver the 2016 Michael Wincop
Memorial Lecture in August, said sporting’s biggest event—the
Olympics—has been embroiled in human rights controversy.
The public lecture is being hosted by Griffith Law School’s Law Futures Centre.
Professor Joseph argues that holding the Olympic games in Rio de
Janeiro, when there are serious health concerns about the Zika virus,
could potentially violate …
Studying pharmacy is more than just counting pills. Meet current UQ Pharmacy
student, Sakina, who applied through OzTREKK in 2013. In Part 1 of his
blog, Sakina offers advice for anyone considering studying pharmacy in
My name is Sakina. I am currently in my third year of pharmacy at UQ.
I was born and raised in Canada and made my big move to Australia two
and a half years ago. I am a chemistry nerd at heart so pharmacy seemed
the best fitting career for me. I aim to be a high achiever but I don’t
like to get consumed by classes or work, so in my downtime, I love to
explore the outdoors such as going on hikes, to the beach, traveling,
going on road trips, and hanging with friends. Fashion is another
passion of mine so that is another aspect of my life that I really want
to continue to develop.
I have found that sometimes uni students become so obsessed with
their grades and results that they forget to focus their attention on
the key experiences which are desig…
People with epilepsy acquired following brain trauma are the
focus of a new $28 million global push for a long-awaited research
breakthrough to develop treatments that for the first time could prevent
or mitigate this disabling and potentially life-threatening condition.
The University of Melbourne,
in partnership with the Royal Melbourne Hospital, is the only
Australian institution to take part in the project, funded by one of the
largest grants to date awarded by the US National Institutes of Health
(NIH) for research into the elusive condition.
Some 250,000 Australians suffer from epilepsy, the causes of which
range from tumours to infections, genetics, hemorrhages or stroke, in
addition to brain trauma.
Principal Investigator neurologist Terry O’Brien said epilepsy caused
by traumatic brain injury, the major cause of epilepsy in people aged
15–24, is harder to predict and control than many other forms of
“Up to 20 per cent of people who’ve had a traumatic br…