Engage for impact!
In this unique program on Leadership, Innovation and Sustainability in Health, local and international thought leaders from Monash University, and the Harvard Macy Institute will share their expertise to provide you with innovative ways to tackle global healthcare challenges.
The digital landscape provides exciting opportunities for educators.
This course introduces theoretical and practical aspects of learning and
teaching using freely available digital technologies. Participants will
learn human cognitive processing capacity applied to multimedia, and
contemporary frameworks to develop effective educational programs
incorporating digital technologies.
Educating current and future health professionals involves extensive
assessment of students or trainees. This three-day course is designed to
develop or extend participants' knowledge about assessment, and
provides tailored frameworks to refine the implementation of assessment
in their own professional contexts.
Simulation-based education provides learners with an opportunity to
develop clinical knowledge and skills in context. In this course, we
design scenarios to create immersive learning experiences, and review a
range of existing scenario templates.
Simulation modalities can include task trainers, manikins, screen-based
simulators, and simulated participants. Using a systematic approach to
simulation-based education, we will teach students how to design,
implement, and evaluate simulations.
Effective communication optimises learning. Through this course,
students will examine how this type of communication – framed as
learning conversations – can contribute to learning and teaching
Prior to course commencement, you will receive access to the course learning management system, learning materials, and comprehensive course logistics, provided you have completed the course registration and settled payment. Please contact the MIHCE team at email@example.com
if further assistance is required.
To check your assessment submission and results, go to the Assessment tile within the course learning management system, and select the appropriate assessment. Scroll down to view the ‘Submission status’ table. You will be notified by email when your results have been made available.
Yes. In order to access course content, suggested readings, and complete course activities such as assessments, you will need access to the course learning management system during the on-campus study days. Please ensure you bring a laptop or tablet device to
ach study day.
The course materials within the learning management system will be available to course participants for three months from the completion of the course.
No. The course materials are explicitly for use by the course participants who have registered and paid for the course and cannot be shared, copied, or reproduced without the permission of the copyright owners.
Selected short courses offered by MIHCE can provide 6 credit points towards one of two award degrees – the Graduate Certificate of Health Professions Education or Graduate Certificate of Clinical Simulation. Eligible participants must be enrolled in the
assessed version of the short course and successfully complete all course assessments in order to receive these credit points.
For the list of short courses which can provide credit into a Graduate Certificate, please see the brochures on the following webpage: https://www.monash.edu/healthed-institute/award-courses
We have developed a highly innovative approach to certification in
continuing education, where half of our award degrees are completed via approved short courses and half via award units. The goal is to enable busy health professionals to undertake short courses that are relevant to their practice and accredit these to one of our two Graduate Certificate Degrees.