Avondale College of Higher Education

Avondale is a not-for-profit provider of tertiary education, offering a wide range of accredited undergraduate, postgraduate and vocational courses in a nurturing and inclusive environment.

Established in 1897 by the Seventh-day Adventist Church, Avondale College of Higher Education will celebrate its 120th birthday in 2017. A leading private tertiary education provider, combining elements of the Christian faith with a continuously high-standard of academic achievement, Avondale provides an environment that is inclusive of people of all faiths and beliefs.

Avondale is proud to be part of a worldwide Seventh-day Adventist church educational network that includes 99 universities and colleges with a combined enrolment of almost 90,000 students. There are also 5,500 secondary and primary schools, with a combined enrolment of almost 1,000,000 students.

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Initiatives in infection prevention and control remain critical at all levels of government and in hospitals. from shutterstock.com

Here’s how many people get infections in Australian hospitals every year

Australia does not have a national system that collects data on hospital acquired infections. But new research has shed light on how many do occur each year across the country.

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