| Clinical Skills Centre
Melbourne Health recognises the importance of education in the delivery of services and teaching future health professionals. Each year, interns, undergraduate nurses and allied health students undertake training across Melbourne Healthís services, and ongoing training and education opportunities are provided for current staff.
The Clinical Skills Centre, opened in 2007, brings together medical, nursing and allied health education units in a multi-disciplinary team, and enables sharing of valuable education and teaching equipment. The facility has two clinical skills laboratories, a lecture theatre and two simulation laboratories. The area also provides a new front entrance for the Library and is connected to the RMH/WH Clinical School.
For more information on education and training avaialble at the Clinical Skills Centre, click on the links below.
Advanced Life Support course
An intensive two-day course open to medical professionals from around Australia, the accredited Advanced Life Support course uses high-tech mannequins to create a variety of medical emergencies, which the instructor can change at the press of a button. The program was originally developed in the UK and is now taught across Europe. For more details, brochure and training dates, see http://www.anaesthesia.mh.org.au/