1. MPHSA Special General Meeting 2018

    The MPHSA is holding this Special General Meeting (SGM) in order to elect multiple committee positions, and they are: – President – Secretary – Treasurer – Education Officer – Communications Officer – Alumni Officer You can see the position descriptions here. The agenda can be viewed here: 2018 SGM Agenda. In this SGM, you’ll also be able to hear about what the club has been up to over the past year, and plans for the rest of the year and beyond. All members are eligible to run for a committee position, regardless of full time/part time status, as well as to vote for them, so please come along and participate! As per UMSU regulations, we need plenty of people to show up in order for our meeting and elections to go ahead, so please come along and help us out – it’ll only take an hour, and you get to help...
  2. MPHSA New Student Orientation Day 2017

    Are you a new student at the Melbourne School of Population and Global Health in 2017? Join your MPHSA (Melbourne Population Health Student Association) for our new-student orientation day 2017! This Orientation day is suitable for all students beginning a Masters at the School of Population and Global Health. This day will include academic, student-services and social information and events. Wednesday 22nd February from 9 – 5pm. Basement Lecture Theatre 1, 207 Bouverie st Carlton. Free, includes all catering for all dietary requirements. Optional campus tour first thing in the morning, and optional social drinks at a nearby pub afterwards (MPHSA encourages the responsible consumption of alcohol). More information to follow, including the day’s program ASAP. PLEASE RSVP NOW AT: https://goo.gl/forms/7bonRZ4BNaFHcdyj2 RSVP deadline 15th February.
  3. RSVP for the MPHSA AGM

    MPHSA Annual General Meeting (AGM) Monday 22 September 2014  6:00 PM – 7:30 PM Lecture Theatre 1, Basement, 207, Bouverie St, Carlton (MSPGH) Refreshments will be provided For position descriptions of committee roles, please visit: MPHSA committee Position Descriptions   MPHSA consitution and proposed amendments (Constitutional Amendments – Pending C&S Approval) can be downloaded through the following links: MPHSA Constitution Proposed Changes – MPHSA Constitution September 2014 (Constitutional Amendments – Pending C&S Approval) Should you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact the committee on mphstudentclub@gmail.com Please RSVP and/or nominate yourself for a position using the following form. Nominees should be enrolled in a postgraduate course through Melbourne School of Population and Global Health. If you can’t see this form, please fill in the form through this direct link SGM Sep 2014 RSVP form
  4. New Subject in the Masters of Public Health

    Community Based Participatory Research   Cathy Vaughan and Richard Chenhall will be teaching a new subject in the MPH in Semester 1, 2015. The subject is called Community Based Participatory Research.   If your interested in participatory approaches to research then this is the subject for you. We will be exploring a range of different methodological tools, such as photovoice, through engagement with a research project on campus. This will give you hands-on experience concerning various aspects of conducting a ‘live’ research project here at the University of Melbourne.
  5. LEPH 2014 in Amsterdam – October 2014

    The Second International Conference on Law Enforcement and Public Health Amsterdam, The Netherlands 5-8 October 2014 Don’t leave it too late to register for this major conference. International interest is very high and this is reflected in the comprehensive, diverse and challenging conference program which has been developed with significant input from the Public Health Service of Amsterdam and the Amsterdam Police. The program is now available at http://www.lephcon.com.au/program/program-2014/ . Check it out.   There are many eminent speakers particularly relevant to Public Health professionals, teaching institutions  and researchers including: Professor Clifford Shearing, Director of Centre for Criminology, University of Cape Town: What’s been happening to policing and why doesn’t it matter. Eamonn O’Moore, Director, Public Health Executive, UK: Prisons as public health institutions. Inga Heyman, Robert Gordon University, UK.  Virtually joining forces: collaborative police and health practice and education to support those with co-morbid physical and mental health needs in police custody. James Ogloff, Director,...
  6. MSPGH and MPHSA Careers Night I

    Melbourne School of Population and Global Health (MSPGH) Melbourne Population Health Student Association (MPHSA) First Careers Night (2014) Download the Careers Night I flyer. RSVP is required for catering purposes. Please register here