The Clinical Education workforce; the understated heroes of healthcare.

There is one group of clinicians within healthcare who tend to go under the radar. Their impact is not obvious, but is of the highest of significance; to patients, to our staff, to the organisation. These often unsung heroes are our clinical education workforce.

From ICU Clinical Nurse Consultant to savvy podcaster, Jesse shares his passion for education

We are incredibly excited to have Jesse Spurr join us for the Educating the Educator Symposium in November and he is equally as eager to share his wealth of knowledge and experience with attendees in November.

Need a refresh? A nursing and midwifery refresher program might do the trick!

We are consistently approached by nurses and midwives who were looking to re-enter clinical work in the acute care setting, but could not secure a position due to recency of skills. Lauren Kent and Deb Shotten discuss the need to help nurses and midwives return to work.

Refugee scholarship helps Sara pursue nursing career

To see Seyedeh Sara Saeidi (known as Sara) working in her role as a support worker for Centacare, it is difficult to comprehend the route she has travelled to reach this point.

Guest speakers announced for Educating the Educators Symposium

The inaugural Educating the Educator Symposium will bring together a community of passionate people who are committed to the delivery of high quality healthcare education. 

From maternity emergencies to augmented reality—exploring the world of simulation

Members of the Mater Education team were recently invited to present at the Australasian Simulation Congress. The congress brings together a group of Simulation experts across a range of industries to discuss simulated research and development.

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