• MACH EMCR Research Design Webinar Series 2024

    MACH is pleased to present a six-part webinar series exploring research design tailored specifically for early and mid-career researchers. The series will be conducted by experts from the University of Melbourne’s Methods and Implementation Support for Clinical and Health research Hub (MISCH) team and invited speakers from Centre for Digital Transformation of Health.

  • Meet eight innovators aiming to transform Victorian healthcare through translational research

    It is our pleasure to introduce the 2024 cohort of eight exceptional research-minded clinical health professionals from across the healthcare spectrum and embedded at MACH partner organisations. The MACH-Track program will support them to combine postgraduate research training and clinical work on their journey towards becoming innovators in their fields. Four years after establishing MACH-Track, … Read more

  • MACH-Track: Year one

    This time last year, eight exceptional, research-minded health practitioners began their MACH-Track orientation and their first steps towards becoming future leaders of healthcare. In the lead up to the 2024 cohort announcement, three of the current MACH-Track Fellows share their first-hand experience at how this structured, mentored and fully funded pathway is developing their clinical … Read more

  • Future leaders of nursing and midwifery

    Line drawing of two nurses in protective masks walking and talking.

    Our Future Leaders programs are offering rare opportunities for nurses and midwives to access dedicated research time while continuing their clinical work – driving research translation and improved patient outcomes across clinical disciplines.

  • Increasing HSR skills at the frontline

    Head and shoulders profile shot of Harriet Hiscock.

    In 2022, our first cohort of doctors, nurses and allied health professionals commenced their MacHSR Future Leaders Fellowship journey and are now using health services research to explore evidence-based solutions to practical healthcare problems. Balancing clinical and research work Brit Gordon, Chief Allied Health Officer and MacHSR Lead at Austin Health, says the Fellowship is … Read more

  • MacHSR Profile: Catherine Grant and A/Prof Harin Karunajeewa

    Tell us about your project. Catherine Grant: One of the biggest barriers we face in being able to provide truly integrated care is the interface between hospital and primary care. This is particularly concerning for those patients living with chronic and complex conditions, where siloed care can have significant negative impacts on healthcare outcomes.  My … Read more

  • Engaging Diverse Communities in Clinical Research – Webinar

    Overview The webinar held on 27 July 2022 discusses the skills and tools needed to effectively involve members of culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) communities in their research. This session is targeted at and developed with early and mid-career researchers and covers topics including: What to consider when planning and undertaking your research Building trust … Read more

  • Building Health Services Research expertise in front-line clinicians

    This group of front-line clinicians will use Health Services Research (HSR) to solve practical care-delivery problems impacting their health services. Throughout the 12-month program each Fellow will be released from clinical duties for one day per week to upskill in HSR through mentorship and formal training, while also working on their own research project. The … Read more