The SCHI’s dedicated and integrated research and learning spaces provide opportunities for health professionals to participate in teaching, research and clinical practice in one convenient location.

Educational activities delivered from the SCHI include:

  • Multiple training programs to up-skill existing health professionals across a wide range of disciplines
  • Hands-on clinical training for students studying to become health professionals, or health professionals undertaking post-graduate training
  • Undergraduate training of medical students
  • Undergraduate and post-graduate education and training for USC students in the areas of nursing and allied health
  • Education and training for TAFE Queensland students in both medical and non-medical areas
  • Clinical and innovative research
  • Clinical simulation training for a broad cross-section of healthcare workers
  • Large group-based educational activities and workshops
  • Professional development courses
  • Lectures, presentations and conferences for large groups
  • Orientation and mandatory training programs
  • Clinical skills training requiring specialised equipment, technology or facilities
  • Multidisciplinary and inter-professional learning
  • E-learning
  • Testing and assessment

Significant growth is expected in numbers of clinical and academic staff and health students in the coming years and the SCHI has been designed to facilitate the expansion of learning and research activity as demand requires.

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