Short Study Secondment for Clinical Teachers

Are you a busy clinical teacher needing support with developing a medical education project?

The Department of Medical Education (DME) Short Study Secondment (SSS) provides MMS clinical school staff with the opportunity to spend a week of intensive scholarship in Parkville.

The week provides successful applicants with quarantined time from the immediate demands of their clinical/teaching/administrative roles allowing them to engage with the DME research community, and to develop their work in medical education.

Projects can range from early stage planning about an evaluation or research project, to working through ethics applications, writing up manuscripts, or even taking the first steps towards a research higher degree.

The program combines engagement in the usual DME activities, including participation in the round table research meeting, through to targeted meetings to provide insight for the goals of the SSS.

For more information, and an application form, please contact A/Prof Robyn Woodward-Kron robynwk@unimelb.edu.au