Advancing Women in Healthcare Leadership is a large-scale national research and impact project supported by an NHMRC Partnership Project grant and contributions from our partners.
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Pressure injuries (PIs) are a common hospital acquired complication. If you missed the webinar the recording is now available
Systems - webinar
Recently almost 200 people were shown how healthcare leaders are using Learning Health Systems to inform their work. Access the recording and slides below to hear about their benefits and challenges to drive effective and sustained healthcare improvement.
A monthly Consumer and Community Involvement (CCI) lunchtime seminar series will highlight principles, practices, frameworks and resources for CCI in health and medical research and healthcare improvement. Watch past seminars and/or register for the seminars now.
to data sharing
Cabrini Health has become the inaugural health service to formally commit to a data sharing relationship across the Monash Partners’ organisations to facilitate safe, lawful and appropriate sharing of health data.
Submit an EOI
for Cystic Fibrosis
Monash Partners presents an opportunity to submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) for potential funding by 65km for Cystic Fibrosis. Funding is available for early translational research in cystic fibrosis that has scope and potential to lead to a larger project.
CCI Seminar Series
CCI and Ethics
The monthly Consumer and Community Involvement (CCI) Lunchtime Seminar Series highlights principles, practices, frameworks and resources for CCI in health and medical research, and healthcare improvement. Watch past seminars and/or register for the seminars now.
Pressure injuries (PIs) are a common hospital acquired complication. Monash Partners has appointed a wound care Fellow, Dr Victoria Team, to lead and establish a capacity building framework including widely accessible, co-designed and evidence based training and resources.
Monash Partners is leading an initiative to enhance pressure injury surveillance and prevention through training and resources for health professionals to reduce avoidable harm.
The Migrant and Refugee Health Partnership, in collaboration with Monash Partners, has developed a free online course focusing on culturally responsive practice for health professionals in health and aged care settings when working with older people from migrant and refugee populations.
A series of Refresher courses are available online. This training is compulsory for employees of Monash Partners' member organisations who plan to conduct, or are involved in, a clinical trial.
Monash Partners acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land and waterways on which our Australian partners stand. We pay our respects to these cultures, their Elders past, present and future, and continue to uphold their ongoing relationship to the land.