South Western Sydney Clinical School

Conjoint Appointments

Conjoint appointees are individuals who generally hold a relevant position external to UNSW who have contributed to the research and/or teaching effort of UNSW Medicine. Conjoint appointments are unpaid positions.

Professor Christophe Berney, Bankstown-Lidcombe Hospital

There are a number of benefits of obtaining a conjoint appointment including:

  • public recognition of academic standing through use of a conjoint title;
  • access to over 2.7 million items through the UNSW library;
  • access to Search First - the electronic gateway to the UNSW e-journal collection of 23000 titles;
  • provision of zMail as a separate email address;
  • access to the UNSW Uniwide network when on campus, in the south western Sydney hospital education facilities and on other university campuses through EduRoam;
  • eligibility for academic pricing on a range of products including computer software and hardware purchased for non-commercial purposes;
  • discounts on a range of other products and services using UNSW negotiated rates including restuarants, airline lounge programs, gift vouchers and travel; and
  • access to research workshops through the Grants Management Office and to research clinics provided by Outreach Library services.

For more information on becoming a conjoint, contact the South Western Sydney Clinical School on +61 2 8738 3844 or download an application form.

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