31 March Introducing the Vic 1st Year HMIP Interns March 31, 2016By Tais Lildaree General 0 Author: Laura Creaton Date: March 31, 2016 L – R: Simon Hogan, MP Mpilwenhle, Shevaun O'Loghlen, Angeline Kuek, Bradley Van Ooi, Alastair Tehan (not pictured: Jhai Madden) Alastair Tehan Alastair completed a Bachelor of Science at Melbourne University before graduating from RMIT with a Masters in Osteopathy. He has worked extensively as an Osteopath in a variety of clinics in Melbourne and regional Victoria and also spent time abroad in the UK where he taught at the London School of Osteopathy. Alastair entered the HMIP program seeking the unique opportunity to broaden his working knowledge of the healthcare sector whilst learning and developing industry relevant management skills. Away from work Alastair has been known to cheer on his beloved Magpies or escape for the coast. Angeline Kuek Prior to being accepted into the Vic HMIP Angeline completed a Bachelor of Biomedical Science / Bachelor of Science (Hons) and has also obtained her Master of Public Health. Angeline has previously worked as a research coordinator for the eating disorders program at Singapore General Hospital and a research assistant at the State-wide Eating Disorder Service. By undertaking the HMIP Angeline is hoping to gain extensive experience in project management, knowledge of health service operations and an opportunity to network with health experts. In her spare time Angeline enjoys reading, watching tennis, travelling and talking about food! Angeline is currently placed at Barwon Health in the Health Innovation and Projects Office. Bradley Ooi Bradley graduated from RMIT University with a Bachelor of Applied Science followed by a Master’s degree in Osteopathy. Bradley has previously worked as an Osteopath and a Clinical Supervisor where he passed on his clinical knowledge to final year students. By undertaking the HMIP Bradley hopes to develop skills in operations management and change facilitation. When he gets the chance Bradley always takes the opportunity to travel, he hopes to balance his work and study over the course of the placement so he can get away at some point. Jhai Madden Jhai holds a Bachelor of Science (Human Structure and Function) and a Master of Public Health (Health Economics and Program Evaluation) from the University of Melbourne where he completed a minor thesis in Health Economics. Prior to entering the program, Jhai was working as a Research Assistant at Victoria University focussing on methods to reduce sedentary behaviour, a casual lecturer and tutor in Health Science at Victoria University, and a Health Program Evaluation Consultant where he evaluated health programs initiatives in Australia and overseas. Jhai joined the program to gain broader experience in the health care system, gain project management skills and be exposed to higher levels of management throughout the health sector. Accompanied with a Master of Health Management, he believes this experience will assist him in pursuing a career in Health Management. In his spare time he enjoys learning about different cultures - mainly through food!, working out, playing indoor soccer, and planning his next overseas adventure. MP Mpilwenhle MP holds a Bachelor of Nursing Studies (Mental Health), a Master in Health Promotion and Public Health and is in his final stages of completing a doctorate degree in Public Health. MP’s work experience is extensive including: forensic, acute admissions, child and adolescent, and learning disabilities. Prior to being accepted into the HMIP MP worked as an After Hours Manager at the Melbourne Clinic and a casual lecturer in Health Science at La Trobe University. By undertaking the HMIP MP hopes to gain invaluable exposure to the broader operations of health services. MP is currently undertaking a placement at the Department of Health and Human Services in the rural health team. Shevaun O’Loghlen Shevaun is currently based in Infrastructure and Commercial Services with Austin Health. In addition to holding a Bachelor of Nursing and Bachelor of Midwifery from La Trobe University, Shevaun is completing a Bachelor of Laws which she hopes will enhance her knowledge of how healthcare systems interact in an increasing legalistic climate. Shevaun has joined the Program to gain exposure to a broader application of healthcare delivery whilst developing skills in leadership and innovation. She is passionate about quality in healthcare and is committed to ensuring it remains at the forefront of all her interactions with the Program and wider health community. Simon Hogan Simon completed a Bachelor of Science majoring in Psychology from the University of Melbourne. Simon is an advocate and ambassador for mental health and has worked at Headspace as a Community Engagement Officer. He has also co-founded the Thick & Thin campaign to raise awareness of men’s mental health. Simon joined the program to gain a broad understanding of the health system and to develop various skills. The opportunity to study Health Administration whilst working in a number of different environments during the program will set him up for a great career in the health industry. In his spare time he enjoys surfing, snowboarding, mountain biking and playing football. Related Posts What interns think of the health management internship program An intern's summary of what the VIC HMIP is all about, things they found useful and what to look forward to. 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