Occupational medicine practice encompasses the full breadth of clinical medicine, but also requires practitioners to be highly competent in a range of other specialist areas of practice. Managing the health of workers requires not only a good understanding of the hazards that affect the health of workers, and the effect that worker’s health status has on work ability, but also their clinical and operational significance. This requires a good understanding of how to assess the scientific literature and its meaning in terms of application.
Available programmes are:
- Postgraduate Certificate in Occupational Medicine (PGCertOccMed)
- Postgraduate Diploma in Occupational Medicine (PGDipOccMed)
- Master of Occupational Medicine (MOccMed)
- Master of Health Sciences (MHealSc) endorsed in Occupational Medicine
Dr Robin Griffiths
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Master of Health Sciences (MHealSc) endorsed in Occupational Medicine
Notes: A candidate, with the approval of the Board of Studies, may substitute alternative papers to a value of 60 points.
The Master of Health Sciences (MHealSc) endorsed in Occupational Medicine is available through Distance Learning.
Postgraduate Certificate in Occupational Medicine (PGCertOccMed)
Two papers in Occupational Medicine:
Postgraduate Diploma in Occupational Medicine (PGDipOccMed)
The programme shall consist of four papers in Occupational Medicine:
Subject to approval, a candidate may be granted an exemption for up to two of the prescribed papers on the basis of having completed an appropriate paper or papers at an equivalent level offered by the University of Otago, another university or an approved examining body.
A candidate who has completed the requirements for the Postgraduate Certificate in Occupational Medicine shall be exempted from those papers in the programme for the diploma which have been previously passed for the certificate.
MOccMed degree table