Menzies School of Health Research


Khanna’s favourite classes are the program’s most interactive — specifically those in Epidemiology and, Research, Ethics and Impact. As an alternative to taking on a research project, she decided to broaden her horizons by following the public health practitioner track, taking on four more coursework units instead. One of the units was Health Promotion, which taught Khanna the importance of promoting a healthy lifestyle in order to reduce the risk of illness or disease.  

While studying, Khanna is currently working as a health support assistant at Territory Care and Support Services, providing care, support and respite services for people with disabilities who wish to live independently. Khanna feels that she would not have had the confidence to do this work, if not for what she learned in her first year of her Menzies program.

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