• The Next Big Thing

    Despite the increase in number and complexity of patients attending academic hospital outpatients, research is showing fragmentation in the interdisciplinary approach to care by medicine, nursing, and allied health clinicians. To better support patient care, clinician productivity and student experience, “The Next Big Thing” pilots the use of interdisciplinary student-led care (medicine, nursing, and allied health) in hospital outpatient departments to actively participate in direct patient care and communication with primary care practitioners and community support services.

  • Victorian Clinical Trials Education Centre (V-CTEC)

    V-CTEC will see the establishment of a not-for-profit, Victoria wide, member-based education centre, with a dedicated Learning Management System (LMS) hosting a suite of evidence- based, interactive clinical trials education opportunities suitable for a range of learning needs.

  • Biostatistical Support Clinics

    Biostatistical consultation is critical in the proposal design, especially if an adaptive or complex methodology is being considered. The MACH Clinical Trials Committee identified a need for the provision of FREE biostatistical clinics

  • Safety and Rescue

    Health professionals must maintain currency in a range of competencies such as hand hygiene, basic life support, and safe handling of blood. If they move from one hospital to another, proving they have recently completed these courses is a laborious process. To automate this process, MACH and a technology specialist Androgogic are creating a software solution that stores the completion dates of these courses for all healthcare professionals working at Austin Health and Eastin Health.