Australia is not the only country that has a healthcare system struggling to meet community needs and educate health professionals. It's an important global discussion, which has led to calls for healthcare reform - and one we, as professionals, need to lead.
Monash University in collaboration with the Harvard Macy Institute will deliver the fifth iteration of Leadership and Innovation in Health, a five-day short course, right on your doorstep in Melbourne. In this unique program on leadership, innovation, and sustainability in health, thought leaders from Monash University, the Harvard Macy Institute, and internationally, will share their expertise to provide you with innovative ways to tackle global healthcare challenges.
As a scholar in Leadership and Innovation in Health, you will have access to world leaders in this area. You'll participate in small and large group discussions, interactive presentations, and panel discussions. Most importantly, you will have the opportunity to apply your learning to a project that you bring to the course, and start conversations about the challenges of containing rising costs while still providing quality health care.
By completing this course, you will join the Harvard Macy Institute / Monash Institute for Health and Clinical Education global community of practice.
This course can be completed as a short course or as a 12 credit point unit toward a Monash award degree.