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Healthcare Innovations pathways and study options

The Healthcare Innovations program offers a range of study options including a Graduate Diploma in Healthcare Innovations, Graduate Certificate in Health Systems and Graduate Certificate in Evidence Based Practice.

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Graduate Diploma in Healthcare Innovations 

The Graduate Diploma can be completed in eight months full time or over multiple semesters part-time. Six core subjects must be completed, and two elective subjects chosen.

The Graduate Diploma in Healthcare Innovations will deepen professionals’ knowledge of health systems, evidence-based practice, and organisational behaviour. Professionals will learn to use design thinking and problem-solving strategies to lead, educate, and influence colleagues and healthcare users towards improving and innovating healthcare practice.

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Graduate Certificate in Evidence Based Practice (Available to Domestic students only)

The Graduate Certificate can be completed in four months full time or over multiple semesters part time. Two core subjects must be completed, and two elective subjects chosen.

The Graduate Certificate in Evidence Based Practice will transform the way professionals interpret and keep up to date with the growing volume of research evidence. It will deepen professionals’ ability to critically read and apply published research to maintain high quality practice and inform improvements where appropriate. It will also provide an understanding of research methodologies for students considering research higher degrees.

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Graduate Certificate in Health Systems

The Graduate Certificate can be completed in four months full time or over multiple semesters part time. Two core subjects must be completed, and two elective subjects chosen.

The Graduate Certificate in Health Systems will produce graduates who understand health systems and factors affecting patient access and outcomes, who can use research to influence positive changes in the health system. Graduates of this program will have an understanding of evidence-based practice and the social determinants of health.

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After completing any of the above programs, transition into the Master’s program may be available by applying for credit for prior study.