Education and Workforce

Planning Committee

The MACH Education and Workforce Planning Committee is dedicated to providing educational programs for increasing capacity and professional development across its network's staff and consumers, in the form of training for clinical supervisors, mandatory competency training and efficiency evaluations, and simulations.

The Education and Workforce Planning Committee held its first workplace learning symposium: Cultivating a Safe Working Environment, on Thursday February 28th. The workshop featured speakers from across the MACH network as well as Prof Stephen Billett of Griffith University (full agenda + downloadable materials below).

Symposium Presentations (click on the PDF file to open/download)

Prof Stephen Billett on "Educational-rich activities in the workplace: Improving opportunities for learning across the clinical working life"

Dr Carmel Crock on "Educational initiatives to improve quality and safety in the workplace"

Dr Amy Gray on "Enhancing Education on Ward Rounds"

Prof Liz Molloy on "Interprofessional education: Getting it right, keeping it right"

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The MACH is an NHMRC recognised Advanced Health Research and Translation Centre.

The mission of the MACH is to improve health and wellbeing by integrating medical research, education and clinical care.

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