Melbourne School of Population and Global Health is a leader in the field of public health education, research and engagement. Our exceptional teaching programs and globally recognised research have helped us make valuable contributions to public, population and global health at all levels of society.
Centres & Institutes
Our academic centres, institutes and units make vital contributions to teaching, research and engagement across a number of important population and global health disciplines.
We aim to improve health and wellbeing at all levels of society through our diverse research, from influencing global public health policy to educating small communities. Our researchers’ expertise spans a wide range of disciplines including epidemiology, biostatistics, health humanities and social sciences.
- Our Priorities & Projects
Learn about our research priorities and the projects we are undertakingView
- Centres & Institutes
Explore our Centres, Institutes and their projects.View
- Partnerships & Programs
Explore our major research partnerships and programsView
- Our Staff
The Melbourne School of Population and Global Health has many public health scientists with significant expertise and experience.View
Whether you're just starting out or a seasoned public health professional, we have something to suit your needs and schedule. With the highest teaching evaluations in the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences we are proud to offer our coursework, research training and short course programs to our leaders and future leaders in public health.
Want to get involved with the school, learn more about our work, or simply stay in touch after graduating? Take a look at our calendar of public events and our alumni benefits.
Events & Seminars
Our events and seminars are a window into our academic research and the field of population and global health.
Learn about our Alumni, who are the ambassadors-at-large for both the School and the expanding field of population and global health.
- Wednesday12:30pmImplementation and Evaluation of Tobacco Plain Packaging in Australia
Level 5, 207 Bouverie Street, Carlton
Melbourne School of Population Health Seminar Room 515,Event
- Thursday 1:00pmWill tobacco tax improve health, reduce health inequalities, and save money? And when?
207 Bouverie Street, Carlton
- Thursday12:30pmValidating Self-reported History of Stigmatised Health Conditions and Behaviours Using Linked Data
207 Bouverie Street, Carlton
Room 410, Level 4Event
- Cultural and Global mental health Initiative- The depiction of women’s mental health in the movies
Psychiatry has been a major source of material for movie-makers since the movies began. Psychiatrists, schizophrenia, depression, bipolar, anxiety, psychopaths, treatments, psychotherapy, electroconvulsive therapy, stigma, fear, and all the way t...News
- “Our research at work” – 2013-2010 Articles
Table of Contents 2013 Articles Mental health now firmly on ASEAN agenda Bushfire communities embrace long-term social impact study Electronic medical records prove their worth Medicare analysis shows fairness in the system IEHU case study gets a...News
- Human rights in mental health
For United Nations Human Rights Day, the Global and Cultural Mental Unit (Centre for Mental Health, School of Population and Global Health) in collaboration with the Social Equity Institute and representatives from Mind and Mental Illness Fellowsh...News