Interprofessional Health Studies at AUT

This page provides an overview of the Interprofessional Health Studies papers and qualifications (courses) that you can study at AUT. See links to paper descriptions and outlines of each degree or qualification.

Overview

The School of Interprofessional Health Studies develops and teaches the core interdisciplinary papers in the Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences degree programmes. The Interprofessional papers bring students and teachers from different disciplines together in an educational forum with the goal of connecting and integrating each discipline's principles and approaches to solve problems faster and more effectively. This approach helps students work collaboratively with other professionals when they enter the workforce.

Undergraduate degrees

The School of Interprofessional Health Studies manages the core papers in the following programmes:

Core interdisciplinary papers:
555101 Lifespan Development and Communication
555201 Human Anatomy and Physiology I
555301 Knowledge, Enquiry and Communication
555401 Health and Environment
555339 Māori Health, Development and Environment

Shared level 6 interdisciplinary papers:
556202 Human Anatomy and Physiology II
527188 Pharmacology for Professional Practice
556301 Methods of Research and Enquiry

Te Ara Hauora Māori: Māori Health pathway interdisciplinary papers

555339 Māori Health, Development and Environment
527872 Māori Health Promotion

 

Upcoming conference:

NZ Interprofessional Health Conference 2016 logo 

4-5 July 2016, Auckland. More details

 

School of Interprofessional Health Studies contacts

School of Interprofessional Health Studies general enquiries
Melissa Grobler
Reception/Staff Support
09 921 9999 ext 7634

School of Interprofessional Health Studies Undergraduate BHSc standard pathway enquiries
BHSc (Standard Pathway) Programme Administrator
09 921 9999 ext 7541
bhscstandard@aut.ac.nz

Last updated: 30-Nov-2016 1.56pm

The information on this page was correct at time of publication. For a comprehensive overview of AUT qualifications, please refer to the Academic Calendar.