“Doing what Matters” Strategic Plan 2018-2021 MMUH
Situated in the iconic 1861 building at the Mater Misericordiae University Hospital (MMUH), the Pillar Centre for Transformative Healthcare offers a unique, state of the art, interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary space for practical skills training, simulation and team based learning.
Launched in 2018, this unique Centre aspires to enhance the Education, Research and Innovation capability of MMUH as outlined in Doing what Matters the MMUH Strategic Plan 2018-2021.
The Strategy for the Pillar centre for Transformative Healthcare 2020-2023 was developed to ensure an effective roadmap on our journey to becoming a leader in education, research and innovation with a particular emphasis on developing the potential of co-location on a hospital clinical campus.
The Pillar Centre Strategic goals
Doing What Matters, the MMUH Strategic Plan 2018-2021, outlines that “a strong profile in education, research and innovation is crucial in the development of a 21st Century academic teaching hospital.”
To this end, the Board of the MMUH have established a new Directorate for Education, Research and Innovation (DERI) which will enable us to strengthen our academic, research and innovation profile, develop more academic positions, and lead in postgraduate education, research and innovation.
The Pillar Centre for Transformative Healthcare offers a unique, interdisciplinary space for education, clinical research and innovation, supporting the workings of Directorate for Education, Research and Innovation (DERI) in parallel to generating potential income through collaboration with Pharma and Medtech industry.