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We’re a specialist industry super fund dedicated to people who provide some of the best health and community services in the world.
With more than 860,000 members and $46 billion invested globally on their behalf, we’ve learned a thing or two about looking after our members.
We speak up for others. We stand alongside our partners and members, advocating for a super system that better caters for people working in your sector. And, more broadly, women and First Australians.
As an industry super fund we work for you – not shareholders. We keep our fees down, costs low, and provide commission-free advice. It’s all part of the service. That way more money stays in our members’ super accounts working for their future.
Speaking of the future, we invest our members’ super thoughtfully, and intelligently. We take care of our members’ money as if it were our own, aiming to maximise long-term financial return while supporting a cleaner, greener future.
We’re not just smart investors. We’re passionate about sharing our expertise through information and advice. And it’s our job to do everything we can to help, so our members can live their very own version of happy ever after.
The Victorian Allied Health Professionals Association (VAHPA) is a specialist Union that promotes and defends the industrial, professional and democratic interests of a growing membership of around 4,500 members working in almost all areas of healthcare in Victoria, in both the public and private sectors.
As a not-for-profit association that is run by and for members, we encourage all Allied Health Professionals to join and be active in VAHPA. VAHPA members ensure the effective running of our health system as well as ensuring that patients are provided with the best possible service and care. Our members also provide a number of other health related services to our community.
Australian Catholic University (ACU)
The Faculty of Health Sciences at ACU is known for world-leading education and research, and for producing graduates who make a difference. The School of Allied Health in the Faculty of Health Sciences engages in innovative research and teaching within an interdisciplinary and collaborative environment, offering postgraduate programs by coursework and by research for professionals in a range of areas including mental health, public health and rehabilitation (with specialisations in gerontological physiotherapy, neurological physiotherapy, occupational therapy, and speech pathology). Our curricula are developed and refined in conjunction with industry leaders, to ensure they reflect local and international knowledge, rapid changes in the health environment, and advances in student learning.