Support and guidance for new public health and paramedicine students

The Public Health and Paramedicine Peer Mentoring program connects commencing students with student mentors from their second or third year of Bachelor of Public Health and Bachelor of Paramedicine degrees.

These experienced student mentors support and guide a small group of students through meetings and email contact over their first eight weeks.

The program is based on the Gold Coast and is available to international and domestic undergraduate students about to commence their studies.

Program coordinator

For more information on this program, contact the program coordinator.

Dr Zoe Murray

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Mentoring roles

Learn more about the roles within our mentoring programs at Griffith, and discover associated benefits and resources.

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