ONLINE in 2022
23, 24 & 25 August /
7, 14 & 15 September
IN PERSON in 2022
22, 23 & 24 November -FULLY BOOKED
The purpose of this three-day program is to inspire, encourage and support women in healthcare and research to reach their full career potential. The program will explore equal opportunity, capacity, capability building and career strategic planning, as well as provide supportive networks and partnerships.
21 & 22 September 2022
This two-day masterclass will be of interest to health professional, researchers, students, policy makers and front-line clinicians who seek guidance and inspiration on healthcare improvement.
In the masterclass we guide participants through a deliberative implementation process to achieve sustained change. In addition, we explore how implementation science can be integrated within healthcare improvement, to ensure positive outcomes for organisations, service users, and the community.
Various dates at Monash Medical Centre (Clayton) and the Alfred Campus (Melbourne)
These TransCelerate-accredited GCP short courses will provide participants with an understanding of the requirements of ICH GCP and an awareness of how to conduct a study in accordance with ICH GCP. Suitable training in this area is expected by pharmaceutical companies that initiate commercially sponsored clinical trials, and this course is recognised as acceptable for this purpose.
Application closed for 2022
Program starts 18 & 19 May 2022
The Implementing Improvement in Healthcare Program is co-designed by Monash Partners and Monash Centre for Health Research and Implementation and delivered through Monash University. It is intended to strengthen healthcare improvement through intensive coaching and training that supports the real-world application of implementation science methods in health service settings. Our 2022 program is designed to support the implementation of health service-based projects that will be undertaken over 12 months.
We aim to build internal capability and capacity in our health services to support a culture of improvement based on evidence-informed approaches. Through the Program, participants will strengthen their understanding of the principles and theories of implementation science. There will be opportunities to build connections across the diverse health service organisations and academic networks. The Program aims to develop individual skills, confidence, and leadership to implement evidence-informed healthcare improvement.
This course is currently being redesigned and will be available within the coming weeks.
This course integrates the 166 recommendations from the International evidence-based guideline on the assessment and management of polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) 2018, using a highly engaging interactive format. The course uses case studies, discussion forums, video expert presentations and weekly feedback forums to build the learner’s knowledge and skills in PCOS clinical care.