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About the Melbourne Population Health Student Association (MPHSA)
MPHSA is a community network for Public Health Students, Alumni and Staff at the University of Melbourne. Developed for students, by students, we aim to provide a platform that enables networks to be formed and strengthened beyond the classroom.   The MPHSA was established for students of the Melbourne School of Population and Global Health in June 2012, and is affiliated to the University of Melbourne Student Union (UMSU) and the Graduate Student Association (GSA).   The aims of the club are:
  1. To provide regular professional networking activities for population health students.
  2. To facilitate socialising and skill sharing amongst population health students.
  3. To provide activities that support population health students’ learning.
  4. To hold student run seminars on themes related to their respective degrees.
  Members of the MPHSA administer various social networking sites to assist you with communicating with student and alumni peers.  

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