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Note: Students who commenced the Graduate Diploma in Health Service Management prior to 2008 and who complete the award after the award name change can choose to take their award as either the Graduate Diploma in Health Service Management or the Graduate Diploma in Health Administration. hold the Graduate Certificate in Health Administration or equivalent from Flinders University. Specifically, he conducts work in three areas.

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