HEALTH INSURANCE: What our students say

HEALTH INSURANCE: What our students say

Ropafadzo: I think before you come to Perth, you definately do need to have your health insurance organised because you never know when you are going to need it. I personally have used my health insurance several times.

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Joel Cohen: An Introduction to Demography (Malthus Miffed: Are People the Problem?)

Joel Cohen: An Introduction to Demography (Malthus Miffed: Are People the Problem?)


My name is Joel Cohen I’m Professor of Populations at the Rockefeller University and at Columbia University in New York City.   My background is partially in public health and partially in applied mathematics. WHY SHOULD YOU STUDY DEMOGRAPHY? Why should you consider taking a course in demography in college? 

You will be growing up […]

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How Pfizer is supporting SDG #3: Good Health and Well-being | Caroline Roan

How Pfizer is supporting SDG #3: Good Health and Well-being | Caroline Roan

We were proud to sign on to the UN Sustainable Development Goals. For us goal number three is our north star: “Good health and well-being.” Every day our scientists are working to discover, develop and bring to market medicines and vaccines that help people live longer and healthier lives. And for us goal number three […]

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USAF – Allied Health

USAF – Allied Health

♪ It’s one of the most rewarding things I’ve ever done in my life, is to be part of a team of people that takes care of the active duty personnel that are serving our country and their dependents. I just, I love the people that I work with and I just I love it, […]

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Faculty Perspective | Professor Moramay López Alonso | Engaging with Big Questions of Global Health

Faculty Perspective | Professor Moramay López Alonso | Engaging with Big Questions of Global Health

In my case my question is living standards. How have living standards changed over time, and what have been the main determinants of these living standards? Also another problem that I study is why has the world become more unequal? Inequality is a very important issue. Part of why I used all these tools and […]

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Bride Kidnapping in Kyrgyzstan

Bride Kidnapping in Kyrgyzstan

[MUSIC PLAYING] ANNOUNCER: [SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] THOMAS MORTON: All right. Hi, it’s Thomas. We’re in Bishkek. I’m on a Kok Beru horse. That’s basically polo, but you play with a dead goat. It is one of Kyrgystan’s many fine traditions. One of the other traditions, a little less fun, is kidnapping women and making them […]

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Top Digital Health Trends In 2019 – The Medical Futurist

Top Digital Health Trends In 2019 – The Medical Futurist

2019 shapes up to be the best year for digital health yet. From a global FDA, to A.I. in hospitals, let’s take a look at what we wish to see this year. Here are the major trends that we look forward to. National digital health strategies While technological development soars, healthcare systems around the globe […]

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Tripping on Hallucinogenic Frogs (Part 1/3)

Tripping on Hallucinogenic Frogs (Part 1/3)

[MUSIC PLAYING] [SOUNDS OF AMAZON] HAMILTON MORRIS: Hello. I’m Hamilton Morris. We’re currently boating through flooded forests on our way to meet the Mayoruna Indians, a formerly cannibalistic tribe who use a strange frog derived drug they call sapo. They use it to give themselves energy before hunting. They use it to abort pregnancies by […]

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Why did you choose the Executive MHA program? by Janice McDonald

Why did you choose the Executive MHA program? by Janice McDonald

What drew me to the Executive Master’s Program is the different classes that I looked at the outline to see what type of classes there were and the diversity of the school and the different age ranges that the school had was very great and I liked it.

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The Empathy Simulator: Curtin develops hi-tech simulations for healthcare trainees

Dr Janet Beilby: How do you prepare health students to work in demanding, complex and often emotional situations? The best way is to place them in real-life clinical situations, or at least simulate these as closely as possible. Voice Over: Unfortunately, clinical placements are limited and very costly. Alternatively, such as using trained actors to […]

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