Our industry solutions
Rapid advancements in data-driven personalised medicine coupled with the need to build care delivery models that are sustainable and deliver improved patient outcomes requires adaptable and highly skilled healthcare professionals.
The University of Melbourne partners with public and private healthcare providers to uplift capabilities through online and in-person training solutions that meet the real-world needs of an evolving sector.
Our industry skills
Industry expertise backed by knowledge leveraged from across the University of Melbourne, a world-class training provider dedicated to the development of your current and future healthcare leaders.
Deep healthcare experience
Taught by leading medical practitioners, we’ve delivered our customised healthcare solutions to clients in a range of specialisms, including genomics, mental health, pharmaceutics, and more.
Leadership and strategic alignment
Equip your teams with cutting-edge tools and skills to provide effective value-based healthcare that boosts operational efficiency and helps you set clear, meaningful goals for everyone in your organisation.
Flexible, inclusive learning
Our online and in-person training focuses on team development and building collaborative, people-first workplace cultures that improve performance and increase staff engagement.
National Mental Health Commission
The National Mental Health Commission is an Australian government executive agency that ensures mental health and wellbeing is consistently on the national agenda.
The University of Melbourne partnered with the Commission to create the Australian Mental Health Leaders Fellowship, which aims to develop future leaders in mental health, particularly in regional, rural and remote Australia.
The Australian Mental Health Leaders Fellowship is the first of its kind in Australia. Its development demanded personnel with currency across leadership practices and principles and mental health, underpinned by academic rigour - the University of Melbourne delivered on all counts. Maureen Lewis Deputy CEO, National Mental Health Commission