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The NSW Aboriginal Population Health Training Initiative (APHTI) is a three-year training program run in partnerships with the NSW Ministry of Health and population health services across NSW local health districts and speciality health networks. The APHTI consists of a series of work placements in the population health services of a NSW health service and part-time study towards a Master of Public Health.
APHTI trainees based at NCIRS have the opportunity to participate in a wide variety of projects across NCIRS. We encourage and support trainees to build their skills and knowledge about immunisation research and surveillance. Trainees may have the opportunity to publish work from their NCIRS projects in peer-reviewed journals. Trainees placed at NCIRS are also supported to attend the annual PHAA communicable diseases and immunisation conference.
NCIRS has hosted four APHTI trainees since 2018. Selected projects of these trainees have included:
More information about NCIRS current APHTIs can be found here.
For more information about the APHTI program and to view current opportunities, visit the Ministry of Health website.