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  • Study Type

    Full time & Part time available

  • Subject Areas

    Medicine

  • Start Date

    See Course

  • Course Duration

    1 year (full time) 2 years (part time)

  • Course Type

    Other

  • Course Fees

    website

  • Last Updated

    03 July 2018

The course will equip experienced health care practitioners with the knowledge and skills to meet the challenges that beset the modern health care system. It will provide them with an academic framework within which to develop a range of advanced problem-solving and decision making skills to achieve best practice health outcomes for patients and clients.

Emergency Medicine

This specialisation is designed for experienced medical practitioners/clinicians seeking a globally recognised specialist post-graduate qualification in Emergency Medicine. The specialisation prepares graduates for senior clinical and operational leadership roles in Emergency Medicine. Graduates complete academic coursework at Monash University and supplement this with a clinical specialisation offered by The Alfred Hospital Emergency & Trauma Centre. The specialist units explore the importance of and provide skills in: the practice of evidence based medicine, undertaking emergency research, emergency medicine leadership and system/service development, and the development of advanced specialised clinical skills. Graduates are provided a unique opportunity to undertake a clinical placement in a major modern metropolitan emergency department with a level one trauma centre.

Trauma Medicine

This specialisation is designed for experienced medical practitioners/ clinicians seeking a globally recognised specialist post-graduate qualification in Trauma Medicine. The specialisation prepares graduates for senior clinical and operational leadership roles in the management of trauma. Graduates complete academic coursework at Monash University and supplement this with a clinical specialisation offered by The Alfred Hospital Emergency & Trauma Centre and The Alfred Hospital Trauma Service. The specialist units explore the importance of and provide skills in: the practice of evidence based medicine, undertaking trauma research, trauma leadership and system/service development, and the development of advanced specialised clinical skills. Graduates are provided a unique opportunity to undertake a clinical placement in a major modern metropolitan emergency department with a level one trauma centre.

Critical Care

This specialisation is designed for consultants or registrars to develop knowledge across key areas of critical care practice. Core modules will cover essentials of communication, conflict management and leadership, ethics, medico-legal principles, evidence-based medicine, clinical and practice guidelines, systematic reviews, quality improvement, benchmarking, patient safety and risk management. Electives will include clinical research methods, health systems management and leadership and quality improvement. Critical Care skill sets will be offered in extracorporeal support, including ECMO, echocardiography and ultrasound and airway and ventilator management including bronchoscopy.


Visit the Master of Clinical Medicine page on the Monash University website for more details!

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