Academic Title Information
The Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences has a
long and distinguished tradition of education and research in
health, behavioural and medical sciences. The
Faculty proudly acknowledge that UQ's provision of high
quality education and research in these fields would not be
possible without the work of many externally-funded health
professionals. These health professionals may be registrars in
teaching hospitals, eminent specialists in private practice, or
experienced general practitioners who play a vital role in primary
No matter where they come from, all are vital in training the
next generation of doctors and health professionals. To recognise
the work of these hardworking health professionals, the Faculties
award individuals with academic titles.
New and existing applications for Academic Titles are welcomed.
These titles are assessed by the relevant school leaders and
committees and awarded on a three year basis to professionals who
make significant contributions to The University.
Benefits of a University of Queensland Academic Title
UQ Library Access
The UQ Library has one of the largest
academic collections in Australia and by far the largest in
Queensland. It provides an exceptional collection of health and
medical books, more than 3500 health and medical e-Journals, drug
information online and access to medical
Research Support Network
Academic Title Holders are expected to submit research grant
applications through UQ and will benefit from the excellent
research support network available.
UQ Email Account, Internet and Staff Web Portal
All Academic Title Holders receive a UQ email account,
internet and staff web portal access.
Academic Title Holders are eligible to join the University's
sports club - UQ SPORT. Members have access to over 40 sporting
clubs and receive discounts at a number of St Lucia campus
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To see current Academic Title Holders within the UQ School of
Human Movement and Nutrition Sciences, please click