The Division of Preventive Medicine is devoted to the prevention of disease and injury in the community and workplace through education, training and research both nationally and internationally, and to the provision of first class heath services and patient care.
The activities of the Division of Preventive Medicine include:
The Division of Preventive Medicine offers MSc / PhD / MPH training in occupational and environmental health through the School of Public Health and the Department of Medicine. We also provide residency training programs and continuing medical education. Faculty teach public health to undergraduate medical students and offer graduate programs in public health.
Faculty in the Division of Preventive Medicine have developed extensive records in etiological, intervention and applied research, often working in partnership with international funding bodies, government, industry, workers’ compensation and charities.
Faculty in the Division of Preventive Medicine frequently provide consulting services and advice in their areas of expertise. Inquiries are welcome and can be directed to the Division Director.