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Register for the webinar today

Meet Deputy Course Convenor (Research), Dr Zahra Aziz. Spaces are limited.
 

Date: Monday, 11 November 2019
Time: 6 - 7pm, AEDT
Location: Online. We will send you the link when you register.
 

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Learn about online 4th year psychology study

If you already hold a three-year bachelor's degree in psychology, the Graduate Diploma of Psychology Advanced (GDPA) is your next step to becoming a registered psychologist.

It is an APAC-accredited qualification that is conducted 100% online, allowing you the flexibility to complete the course around your professional and personal commitments, and provides you with the intensive research training needed to advance to Masters-level studies required to become a psychologist. 

Join our webinar where Deputy Course Convenor (Research), Dr Zahra Aziz, as well as an Enrolment Advisor and Student Success Advisor will speak to you about the:

  • Pathway to becoming a psychologist, including new changes recently announced
  • Course content and structure
  • Award-winning Psychology Research Portal
  • Online study experience 
  • Application process

About the speaker

Zahra Azuz]


Dr Zahra Aziz is the GDPA Deputy Convenor, responsible for the refinement and delivery of its research units,  and a Lecturer in the Monash School of Psychological Sciences. Dr Aziz is also a GDPA research supervisor and a research member of the Monash Online – Psychology Education Division. Her research explores best practices in facilitating leadership development through online education.

Dr Aziz's PhD research examined the implementation of socio-behavioural lifestyle interventions for the prevention and self-management of cardiovascular disease and improving the quality of life in high-risk adults. She has established a new novel evaluation framework to assess the factors influencing the uptake of lifestyle interventions in real-world settings. Her systematic review on the implementation of diabetes prevention programs was marked as one of the top ten most influential articles in implementation science in 2015 and has been widely cited.