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Closing the Gap in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander healthcare

Mater Education's first semester Diploma of Nursing students recently held an expo to showcase the health initiatives they have researched and developed, to improve the health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.


Spreading the good word in Texas

Mater Education’s very own Speaking With Good Judgement © program was invited to speak at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) Patient Safety Congress. 


Inaugural careers day for Mater Education students

Last week Mater Education’s vocational education and training team hosted an inaugural Careers Day for our students, as they prepare to graduate and embark on their careers or further study pathways. 


Optimising Mater’s new Cancer Care Centre Redland through Simulation

Ahead of this week’s opening of the Mater Cancer Care Centre Redland, Mater Education’s simulation team assisted the team at Mater Private Hospital Redland (MPHR) to test the new facilities.


Quality Improvement: Dr Khalid Aziz trains the trainer at Mater

More than 40 health professionals from across Australia and New Zealand attended the interactive workshop at Mater to learn Dr Aziz’s highly-regarded quality improvement framework.


The importance of realism in simulation-based education and training

Mater Education’s Clinical Simulation Director Dr Sarah Janssens and fellow researchers, Dr Erin Wilson and Associate Professor Mike Beckmann investigated how different elements of simulator design contribute to a user’s impression of realism and performance.


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