Intensive short courses
The centre’s education team will work with leaders of the research project nodes to develop their research into opportunities for:
- evidence-based short courses, seminars and workshops
- non-award education activities, such as intensive seminars leveraged off an existing program/unit.
This will include:
- identifying such opportunities as part of the expression of interest process for project nodes
- marketing and managing the implementation of project node educational activities, including robust evaluation to ensure continuous improvement of the model.
The short course model will provide an opportunity to test the market for the development of award courses under broader research themes.
CURRENT SHORT COURSES
A workshop module from the Charles Perkins Centre's Master of Health Technology Innovation.
26 September & 10 October 2015
Quality frameworks are vital for managing health solutions involving technology. In this intensive workshop students will be exposed to the status of quality as a health priority, an overview of the management systems that facilitate innovation, the process for design and development, and the management of risk.
This workshop will be suitable for an interdisciplinary audience including clinicians, engineers, scientists, IT professionals, technical managers and recent graduates in health science, medicine and technology.