Clinical Medicine

Our Master of Clinical Medicine prepares experienced clinicians for advancement into senior clinical and operational roles. This course includes a unique and highly sought-after clinical placement in Australia’s busiest trauma centre – the level-one trauma centre in Melbourne’s The Alfred Hospital.

By studying with us, you’ll graduate with a globally recognised specialty qualification in emergency medicine or trauma management. Course outcomes are aligned with the Australian Qualifications Framework level 9 and Monash Graduate Attributes.

The immersive placement and study through Alfred Health combined with academic coursework through Monash University provides the confidence, skills and knowledge needed to tackle leadership responsibilities of a fiscal, legal, ethical, safety and managerial nature; advance clinical skills; expand your research portfolio and apply critical analysis; and successfully develop systems and services.

A wide range of electives ensures you can adapt your study to meet your own professional interests, with a strong emphasis on driving evidence-based patient-centred care.

The Alfred Emergency and Trauma Centre has the highest level of academic output of any emergency department in Australasia. It is recognised a world leader in implementing new models of care that improve patient accessibility and service quality.

Career fields

Career fields include relevant senior roles such as unit or departmental managers in emergency, trauma, or intensive care, or executive roles such as COO, CMO or CEO.

Course

Master of Clinical Medicine (M6023)

Course enquiries

Angela Hodges, Student Coordinator
Phone: +61 3 9076 3802
Angela.Hodges@monash.edu

Course Coordinator

Professor Peter Cameron
Peter.Cameron@monash.edu