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Capturing ‘Work as Done’ with Mater Education’s OptiSim program

Throughout my patient safety and quality roles, I have assisted many clinical teams to design or redesign clinical processes. Whilst this may sound easy, there are many challenges in embedding a safe and efficient process into a busy, unpredictable clinical environment. 

Simulation Faculty Development: Creating a community of practice

Simulation faculty development has certainly become a hot topic over the past five years as simulation as a teaching methodology is incorporated more readily into university and hospital-based healthcare training.

Student life VS dad life: managing family and study to become a nurse

For recent Diploma of Nursing graduate and father, David, finding a supportive learning environment was critical in starting out his healthcare career.

Applications now open for Mater Education's nursing and healthcare qualifications

If you, or someone you know, are looking to embark on a rewarding career in healthcare, apply for Mater Education's September and October intakes today!

Keeping the patient at the centre of our work

In early August I had the privilege of being invited to speak at the Healthcare Leaders Forum in Sydney about Mater Education’s experience in simulation and the importance of keeping the patient at the centre of our work. 

From good clinician to great educator — how do you get there?

Being a good clinician doesn’t necessarily translate to being a good educator. We know that education plays an inextricable role in the development of the health workforce and this role becomes even more vital with the challenges healthcare faces in the 21st century. 

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