MYMI offers the opportunity to work in diverse teams on one of our many projects. You'll be able to apply the skills and knowledge you've gained from university to solve real problems brought in by clinicians.
If you're interested in any of the projects or have any questions feel free to send them to email@example.com.
Project Aeris aims to increase apnoeic time during intubations, and by doing so, we will be able to decrease the risks associated with intubation complications.
Project Aesop’s mission is to create a mobile application to deliver social stories in a way that reduces maladaptive behaviours and enhances the psychosocial wellbeing of paediatric patients in the setting of hospitalisation and procedural interventions, and empowers health professionals, families, carers, educators, and other stakeholders to better support children with autism and special needs.
Project Arteriam seeks to improve current simulation-based training for the management of emergency tracheostomies (artificial airway, e.g. on throat) by increasing accessibility and opportunity to refine the individual’s skills at their own leisure.
Project Beta is an app developed for patient living with diabetes to help
better manage their condition.
Project Breathe aims to improve the transition process from paediatric to adult cystic fibrosis (CF) care by identifying and filling gaps in patient knowledge, promoting compliance for chronic illness management and empowering adolescents with CF.
Project Gravitar looks at predicting pregnancy disorders such as gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) and hypertensive disorders in pregnancy (HDP) within the first trimester to allow for early intervention.
Project Impact aims to minimise injury to athletes by designing a genital protector strong enough to withstand the impact of a high-speed projectile.
Clinicians must often make complex clinical decisions in a matter of minutes. With changing guidelines/protocols from hospital-to-hospital and the explosion of new clinical trials, clinicians face the challenge of having to read and memorise an immense amount of information.
Project Lexicon is an all-in-one web-application that acts as a clinical decision support system (CDSS) which helps health professionals on the front-line access up-to-date interactive and static standard hospital guidelines/protocols, and clinical decision calculators.
Our ethos is focused on making this information transparent and accessible for clinicians regardless of their home institution. With the evolution of guidelines and protocols into the digital space, there exists the ability to offer high-quality support for Australian clinicians on the ground.
metaQI is a cloud-based web-app designed to track, store, and share Quality Improvement (QI) projects across hospitals to improve communication and promote collaboration between healthcare staff.
Project Mosaic aims to develop and implement an automated, AI- driven solution to improve the efficiency and reliability of the clinical gait analysis process.
Project PSSS is developing a sleeping device that will alleviate the risk of Sudden Unexpected Death in Infancy (SUDI).
Raksha aims to bring confidence and independence back for people with dementia through assistive technology by creating a mobile application to help manage their lives. Our motto is to simplify your life.
Project Rudolph aims to create affordable and accessible diagnostic and monitoring solution for Ear Nose & Throat (ENT), Sleep and Respiratory conditions.
Project Swivel aims to develop a versatile and modular storage solution for electric wheelchair users.