Barwon Health is committed to developing a vibrant culture of education, training and research for all staff fostering clinical excellence, effective leadership and a solid foundation of continuous learning, quest for knowledge and scientific research underpinned by the role of Barwon Health as a teaching hospital.

Barwon Health has worked hard to encourage and showcase the excellent work produced by our researchers. Good research practice requires considerable thought and attention. The release of the revised NHMRC National Statement on Ethical Conduct in Human Research in March 2007 requires that research practices be organisationally sound as well as ethically rigorous. In turn, this means a system of research review that is efficient, transparent and predictable.

Academic Skills Program: A free, 10 session training program introducing essential research skills

Barwon Health staff, students and affiliates are invited to attend a research training program developed by the Research Directorate, the Library and Centre for Quality and Patient Safety Research. Commencing on March 8 2018, the program offers 10 sessions focused on topics identified through staff feedback and survey responses.

Participants can attend any or all of the fortnightly, one hour, lunchtime sessions. The 10 week program will be offered twice in 2018. Round 1 will be held at the McKellar Centre, DeForest House - Meeting Room 1.

To register and for further information please click here.

Traditional Owners

We, Barwon Health, acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the land, the Wadawurrung people of the Kulin Nation. We pay our respects to the Elders both past and present.