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Dr Erin Wilson PhD student at Mater Research wins “Outstanding new presenter” award

In March 2018, Dr Erin Wilson won the “Outstanding new presenter” award at the Australasian Gynaecological Endoscopy and Surgery Society XXVIII Annual Scientific Meeting.

Mater Education takes ‘speaking up’ concepts to Hong Kong

Mater Education’s Director of Simulation Melanie Barlow will be presenting in Hong Kong next month on the importance of ‘speaking up’ in healthcare; she will deliver an interactive talk at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University on 14 June and present at the Fourth International Conference on Linguistics and Language Studies on 15 June.

Diploma of Nursing leads to new opportunities

After being a stay-at-home mum for several years, Kylee Murtagh is excited to have recently re-entered the workforce as an Enrolled Nurse Screener with the Healthy Hearing program at Mater Mothers’ Hospitals, following her graduation from the Diploma of Nursing in December 2017. 

Mater Education’s new simulation home

Mater Education’s courses have been getting more popular by the day, and with a plethora of new students wanting to study at Mater Education additional training facilities were needed.

Mater Education presents at 2018 International Meeting of Simulation in Healthcare

Melanie Barlow, Dr Sarah Janssens, Stephanie Barwick and Sharon Clipperton from Mater Education’s simulation team, presented at the 2018 International Meeting of Simulation in Healthcare in Los Angeles this week.

Mater Education graduate making a difference in allied health

As we celebrate the success of the fourth graduating cohort from the Certificate III in Allied Health Assistance, we caught up with Helen Cook who completed the course earlier this year and is now enjoying her new role as a Rehabilitation Assistant with Mater Private Rehab.

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