What is MACE?
The Master of Applied Clinical Epidemiology (MACE) is a joint initiative from the University of Canberra and AIS. This unique, world-first degree is specifically designed for professionals who manage the health and performance of elite athletes.
With a strong focus on applying research evidence to clinical practice, graduates will understand the principles of performance health management whilst gaining skills and experience in the development of programs and initiatives that incorporate evidence-based frameworks across organisational change, health systems, leadership, epidemiology and implementation science to ensure elite athletes and personnel requiring physical fitness consistently perform at their very best.
|Performance Health A||Performance Health B|
|Models of prevention||The role of personality in leading organisational change including feedback with an organisational psychologist.|
|Health surveillance||Health Systems|
|Natural history of disease||Implementation Frameworks|
|Classification of prevention measures||Designing interventions|
|Screening programs||Monitoring and Evaluation|
|Performance and health|
|Leader Manager 360 Self Development|
AIS MACE scholarship recipients
- Steve Hawkins, Lead Physiotherapist, Victorian Institute of Sport
- Kate Watson, Performance Health Coordinator, Queensland Academy of Sport
- Daniel Sheehy, Physiotherapist, ACT Academy of Sport
- Gena Wallis, Physiotherapist, Tennis Australia
- Warren McDonald, Chief Medical Officer, Rugby Australia
- Ben Raysmith, Senior Physiotherapist, Athletics Australia
- Melissa Crunkhorn, Performance Health Manager, Queensland Academy of Sport
- David Spurrier, Physiotherapist, South Australian Sports Institute
- Ben Pagett, Physiotherapist, Paralympics Australia