Masters Programs

The Alfred Emergency & Trauma Centre is very pleased to partner with Monash University to offer a Master of Public Health and Master of Clinical Medicine, both with specialisations in emergency medicine.

Collaborators

The Alfred Emergency & Trauma Centre is Australasia’s busiest trauma centre and a leader in the provision of emergency and trauma care globally. Alfred Emergency has the highest level of academic output of any emergency department in Australasia. Our education programs are underpinned by some of the best clinical registry databases in the world and delivered by internationally recognised academic clinicians. In the last Australian Financial Year more than 2000 international, externally employed health professionals completed education programs delivered by Alfred Emergency.

Monash University has an outstanding global reputation and is ranked in the top 1% of the World’s Universities. Monash has a substantial Faculty of Medicine Nursing and Health Sciences, which has a strategic commitment to improving education, innovation, leadership, and research in health care. Monash Masters programs are an internationally recognised passport for careers in government, industry, aid organisations and throughout the health sector.


Course programs

Strict eligibility criteria apply to both programs. For more information and to request application forms please email etc@alfred.org.au.

Master of Clinical Emergency Medicine

Part A entails completion of four semester-long courses offered by Alfred Health Emergency.

Choose four courses from:

  • Research Methods+
  • Evidence Based Medicine+
  • Emergency Medicine Theory & Practice *
  • Clinical Leadership and Management
  • Clinical Education in Critical Care Medicine

The above courses are multi-modal delivery requiring mostly self-directed online learning with a small number of compulsory on-campus workshops held at The Alfred.

* Required

+ Completion of these courses satisfies the ACEM 4.10 requirement for research activity.


Part B entails completion of 24 credit points of postgraduate study from Monash University. Program:

  • RAD5201 Emergency image interpretation 1*
  • RAD5202 Emergency image interpretation 2*

* Required

Plus 12 points of study from the elective list below:

  • FOR5006 Traffic medicine
  • FOR5002 Injury interpretation
  • FOR5005 Adult sexual assault
  • FOR5012 Child and adolescent sexual abuse
  • FOR5013 Non accidental injury in childhood
  • FOR5007 Elements of forensic toxicology

Master of Public Health

Part A entails completion of four semester-long courses offered by Alfred Health Emergency.

Compulsory:

  • Research Methods*+
  • Emergency Medicine Theory & Practice*

Choose two courses from:

  • Evidence Based Medicine+
  • Clinical Leadership and Management
  • Clinical Education in Critical Care Medicine

The above courses are multi-modal delivery requiring mostly self-directed online learning with a small number of compulsory on-campus workshops held at The Alfred.

* Required

+ Completion of these courses satisfies the ACEM 4.10 requirement for research activity.


Part B entails completion of 24 credit points of postgraduate study from Monash University. Program:

  • MPH5040 Introductory epidemiology*
  • MPH5041 Introductory biostatistics*

* Required

Plus choose two from Public health elective units found here.

Please note that students must complete Alfred courses prior to commencing Monash units.