Our upcoming online course Mastering Migraine Management by course creator Tissa Wijeratne, was recently featured on Nine News Australia! You can watch the segment below and you can find further information about the course here.
The course was developed by clinician academics Kelsey Hegarty and Renee Fiolet, from the University of Melbourne, in line with recommendations from the Royal Commission into Family Violence. Kelsey is a professor and a general practitioner who works across the university and the Royal Women’s Hospital. Renee is a doctoral student with a nursing background.News
Diabetes is the fastest-growing chronic condition in Australia, with one person every five minutes diagnosed with diabetes, and it is increasing in prevalence faster than any other chronic disease, including heart disease and cancer.News
Time-poor medical practitioners need access to quality, well-structured courses they can study in a flexible manner, in their own time and location, from any device. A new, highly interactive course offering from University of Melbourne does exactly that. Aimed at ENT surgeons, trainees, otolaryngology nurse groups and those from hearing implant companies, it offers a step-by-step guide on how to perform temporal bone dissection.News
Any medical practitioner who has tried to treat a patient struggling to lose weight knows the problem. Nearly anyone can lose weight, and they can do it without help. But almost everyone puts it back on again. The statistics are now familiar. Nearly two-thirds of Australian adults and one-quarter of children and adolescents are overweight or obese. And these rates continue to rise, resulting in complex health issues and costing the economy billions.News
Hope is on the horizon for the 5 million Australians affected by migraines, with a new drug treatment edging closer to becoming available
Although healthcare professionals may be aware of the importance of fall prevention in older persons, the newness of sarcopenia and osteosarcopenia means these conditions are rarely diagnosed and risks identified for falls and fractures.News
Find out more about the Department of Medicine's new professional development course called "Diabetes Academy - What’s new in diabetes?"News
Mastering Migraine Management, provides healthcare professionals with the latest clinical advances to improve patient lives.News
Medicine graduates Professors Colin and Alistair Royse have taken a career pathway together armed with a big picture vision coupled with a practical approach.Armed with a vision for creating flexible learning for busy medical professionals and an assessment process that utilizes technological automation; this ethos has proved critical to facilitating the evolution of mobile learning.News
The Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences is an extremely diverse faculty comprised of a number of schools, departments and centres with a proud history and a promising future.
Department of General Practice
General Practice began as a Unit within the Department of Community Medicine in 1977 and in 2001 was established as a separate clinical department within the School of Medicine; Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences.
The Department is embedded within some of the leading academic public hospitals in Australia, and the strong partnership with these hospitals is critical to the work of the Department.
The Department is based across seven campuses of the Melbourne Medical School, all at key hospital sites, as well as conducting academic activities in surgery at other hospitals.
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The Faculty of Veterinary and Agricultural Sciences teaches a broad range of veterinary, agricultural, food and biomedical sciences. We strive to be the pre-eminent veterinary and agricultural science Faculty in the Asia-Pacific region and the regional school of choice for veterinary and agricultural science students.
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If you have enrolled in a free course, then you will have access to the free course for 6 weeks. After your access has lapsed, you will receive the 'incorrect username or password' error. You will need to enrol in a paid course or contact support to extend your access to the free course if this is the case.
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Mobile Learning Business Manager: Edwina Coller
"The Melbourne Biomedical Precinct is made up of over 40 hospitals, research, teaching and biotechnology organisations largely collocated to the north of Melbourne’s CBD in the area extending from East Melbourne, Carlton and North Melbourne to Parkville in the north." - Credit: MelbourneBioMed
Medical Education Simplified in The Digital Era
The Mobile Learning Unit (MLU) was established by the Melbourne Medical School to support academics to create and deliver Continuing Professional Development (CPD) online courses for Australian and worldwide health professionals.
We support academics through the entire course development process and offer the following solutions:
- Blended learning options
- Repurposing of existing content for mobile delivery
- End to end course project management
- eLearning design and development
- Course publishing platform
- Media storage, media optimization
- Design, illustration, redraw
- Student support and continuous improvement
- Automated emails
- Reporting and evaluation
- Marketing and Communication
- Course Accreditation
This makes your task as an educator clear, you focus on creating content and we manage the rest, helping you achieve your goal of creating a successful course.
The course did a fabulous job of equipping me with the knowledge base I need in order to be competent and effective in echocardiography. I heartily recommend this for anyone who needs flexibility of correspondence combined with the authority of a qualification from a respected institution
MLU has proved to be exactly what we required to establish and run these courses. The organisation of the unit is of an extremely high standard. They set up timelines for material delivery and through regular meetings have ensured we have been able to deliver an outstanding product. As well as highly skilled project management their experience in managing academics has been excellent and all of our team have learnt immense amounts from them. In addition, their management of the students has meant our team has only had to concentrate on the academic portion of course delivery and been able to leave the other requirements of course delivery to a highly professional support team.
Director of Continuing Education at The University of Melbourne’s Faculty of Veterinary and Agricultural Sciences
Partnerships Expression of Interest
If you are interested in creating a mobile learning program, we would love to hear from you and help you explore the possibilities. We support academics through the entire process, with end-to-end project management, development, execution, student support and continuous improvement. This makes your task as an educator clear, you focus on creating content and we manage the rest, helping you achieve your goal of creating a successful course.