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Our vision is to enable every medical practitioner at the Melbourne Children’s to have the opportunity to participate in excellent educational programs that will support them to deliver excellent patient centred clinical care.
Medical Education programs refer to the widely accepted 2005 CanMed Framework and are designed to offer professional development in each of the key areas that integrate to make a Medical Expert. The educational needs of the RCH Medical expert are founded in an evidence base of clinical knowledge and skills. However, a medical expert at the RCH is more than just knowledgeable and skillful, they are collaborative, leaders, teachers, advocates for patients, families and other colleagues, communicators and researchers.
We collaborate closely with other departments within the hospital including, but not limited to,
Medical Workforce Unit,
UoM Dept of Paediatrics
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The 2019 Australasian Symposium on Ultrasound and Regional Anaesthesia (ASURA) hosted by the Anaesthesia Continuing Education Regional Anaesthesia SIG will be held on Thursday 21 February to Saturday 23 February in Noosa, QLD.
21-23 February 2019, Peppers Noosa QLD
The Melbourne Academic Centre for Health (MACH) invites you to the inaugural symposium for the Education and Workforce Planning Committee. The topic is ‘Cultivating a safe working environment’, with speakers from universities and health services. We are please to advise the keynote speaker is Professor Stephen Billett. from Griffith University. After the session we will meet … Continued
Content: Modules on – Clinical teaching; Teaching skills; and Assessment fundamentals For more information please contact email@example.com
Level 1, HELP, Room 1.042
Auckland City Hospital, 6-8 March 2019
Three days of workshops, updates and interesting cases presented by regional paediatricians and national experts.
Venue: Arts Centre Melbourne, 100 St Kilda Road, Melbourne Who should attend: Health, educational and disability professionals and researchers involved in the care of people with cerebral palsy, and parents, carers and people with disabilities. Click here for full details
Level 1, HELP, Room 1.045
Featuring X & Y experts with the largest cohort of infants and children with X & Y chromosome variants spearking on the newest research and treatment in all chromosome variations. All medical professionals re invited to attend. Specialties include neurodevelopment, neurogenetics, endocrinology, physical therapy, immunology, speech and language, oral motor and executive functioning. Register at … Continued