Continue your learning journey
If you’ve enjoyed Implementing Innovation in Healthcare, you may be interested in continuing your learning with Monash.
Postgraduate study with Monash
If you enjoyed delving into the field of healthcare innovation and are looking to study at a postgraduate level, Monash University offers the unit Implementation and innovation in healthcare. This unit covers many similar topics to Implementing Innovation in Healthcare, but in greater depth over 12 weeks as part of selected postgraduate courses in the School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine .
Implementation and innovation in healthcare focuses on the skills and knowledge needed for translating new evidence into practice and embedding continuous learning in healthcare systems. This multidisciplinary endeavour includes stakeholder engagement, data systems for generating and moving new knowledge across professional and organisational boundaries and how to scale and spread innovation.
Monash is thrilled to be at the forefront of teaching these skills and knowledge in this emerging area of need that is not yet widely embraced at a postgraduate or workforce level.
Other courses by Monash on FutureLearn
If you haven’t already, consider taking some time to browse the list of courses by Monash on the FutureLearn partner page.
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Using Food as Medicine in Healthcare Practice is a suite of courses for healthcare professionals, improving your knowledge of nutrition and health topics and giving you practical skills for providing simple nutrition and food based advice to patients.
We look forward to learning with you.
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