What matters to you, matters to us

The Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences is pleased to present the Green Paper Towards 2027 which marks the final stage before we present our new Strategic Plan and get on with the important business of acting on the priorities we have identified with your input.

Download Towards 2027

Please take the time to review the Green Paper. We believe we are on the right track but we would like to hear your feedback before the final Strategic Plan is published.

In the video below, Professor Shitij Kapur – Dean, Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences – discusses the Green Paper and four particular areas where you can expect a sharper focus both in the short and long term. Professor Kapur will also discuss the Green Paper in detail at two upcoming Town Hall meetings (see information below) and we hope to see many of you there.

We believe that the paper presents an honest reflection of where we are today and where we aspire to be in the near future. We assure you all that we are absolutely committed to investing the time and resources needed to support our strategy. We look forward to working with you all as we finalise our plans and lay the groundwork for implementation.

Green Paper Towards 2027 from Faculty of MDHS on Vimeo.

Opportunities for Further Input

This paper is intended to spark widespread discussion and feedback to inform the development of the Faculty’s final strategic plan. Ways in which you can provide feedback are detailed below.

Dean’s Town Hall Meetings

Professor Shitij Kapur will host a series of Town Hall Meetings to talk about the Faculty's strategic plan and provide an open forum for staff and students to ask questions and provide feedback.

The Town Hall Meetings will be held in the Peter Doherty Institute Auditorium, 792 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne, on:

The Town Hall Meetings will be live-streamed for those unable to attend in person.

Written feedback on this document can be submitted via email until Friday 30 June: mdhs-strategyfeedback@unimelb.edu.au

School meetings
Staff are also encouraged to provide specific feedback to their Department and School Heads for discussion at Department and School Executive meetings throughout June.