Collaboration, Networking and Mentorship

The Paediatrics Academy 

The Paediatrics Academy aims to provide opportunities for meaningful connection and cross collaboration between staff at the Melbourne Children’s campus, including clinical practitioners across medical, allied health and nursing, academics, researchers, educators, administrators and managers.  

Clinical Research Development Office (CRDO) Clinical Trials Journal Club 

The CRDO Clinical Trials Journal Club is a bimonthly collaboration with the Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics Unit (CEBU) that provides an opportunity for clinical researchers to critically appraise trial design and methodologies.  

Knowledge Translation and Impact Network (link tba)

This network is an inclusive campus community where staff can discuss and share best practices for improving knowledge translation and research impact.  

Qualitative Research Interest Group 

The qualitative research interest group offers a peer support network of research staff, students and clinical practitioners who are interested in or actively conducting qualitative and mixed methods research. 

Clinical Research Development Office (CRDO) Clinical Trials Forum 🔒 

Access restricted to Murdoch Children’s Research Institute staff members only.  

The CRDO Clinical Trials Forum is held monthly on a Thursday and is an informal discussion that gives researchers the chance to consult a range of experienced trialists, and for MCRI staff to understand other campus research projects. 

Clinical Research Development Office (CRDO) Research Coordinator Forum 🔒 

Access restricted to Murdoch Children’s Research Institute staff members only. 

The CRDO Research Coordinator Forum is designed for research coordinators, research nurses, research assistants and research managers, and aims to provide education, resources, tools, guidance and regular updates on all aspects of running clinical and public health research. 

Acknowledgement of Country

Australian Aboriginal Flag
Progress Pride Flag
Torres Strait Islander Flag

At Mental Health Central we acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we live, gather and work. We recognise their continuing connection to land, water and community. We pay respect to Elders past, present and emerging.

We acknowledge all people with a lived or living experience of mental ill-health and recovery. At the Campus, we particularly acknowledge children, young people, families, carers, and supporters. We recognise their vital contribution and value the courage of those who share this unique perspective for the purpose of learning and growing together to achieve better outcomes for the Campus, staff, sector, and all people of lived experience.

Proudly supported by the Royal Children’s Hospital Foundation