Projects per year
A/Prof. Stephen Maloney (B.Physio, MPH, PhD, eMBA) is Director of Education for Monash University’s School of Primary and Allied Health Care, and Deputy Head of the Department of Physiotherapy, in the Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences. Stephen is a founding member and current chair of the International Society for Cost and Value in Health Professions Education, a fellow of the Monash Education Academy, and an adjunct of the Monash Education and Research Quality Unit. Stephen’s education and research interests are in the field of cost and value – applying economic evaluations to health professions education, with the goal of increasing the evidence base toward sustainable excellence in teaching and learning practices.
- Monash Education Academy Fellowship, awarded 2017.
- Australian Government, Office of Learning and Teaching, Citation – For outstanding contribution to student learning. 2015
- Monash Teacher Accelerator Fellowship. Office of PVC(L&T). 2014-2015.
- Vice Chancellor’s Award for Teaching Excellence, 2013.
- MU-OLT Teaching innovation and impact special commendation. Nov 2016. Haines, Maloney, Nestel, Bowles, Keigaldie, Williams
- Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences (MNHS) Faculty ECR Publication Prize, for Social and Educational Research.2013. Breakeven, cost benefit, cost effectiveness, and willingness to pay for web-based versus face-to-face education delivery for health professionals.
- Medical Education (journal of) Critics Choice Award. Edinburgh, 2013
- Monash University Faculty-based early career researcher publication prize (2013)
- School of Primary Health Care ECR publication prize (2013).
- Higher Education Research Development Society of Australia, seed funding award ‘starting an International Society for Cost and Value in Medical Education’. 2013.
Successful Funding Teams
Maloney S, Ilic D, Rivers G, Foo J, McDonald S, Li J, Reupert A, Brookes R. ‘Cost and Value of Implementing Innovative Pedagogies – Increasing Capacity for Excellence. Monash Education Academy Interfaculty Transformation Grant. 2017. $60,000
Hay M, Ilic D, Foo J, Rivers D, Maloney S. Determining the cost and value of the Multiple Mini Interview (MMMI), Situational Judgement Test (SSJT), and UMAT in undergraduate medical course selection. UMAT Consortium. $51, 625
Towards establishing minimum standards for the application of economic evaluations to health professional education. 2017. Office of Vice Provost (L&T). Maloney S, Reeves S, Rivers G, Walsh K, Foo J, Cleland J, Ilic D. $67,000.
- Cost-effectiveness of practical skill assessment approaches in the MBBS. 2017. Office of Vice Provost (L&T). Ilic D, Leech M, Loiacono R, Reeves S, Rivers G, Walsh K, Foo J, Cleland J, Maloney S. $32,000.
Establishing the effectiveness, cost-effectiveness and student experience of simulation training for the prevention of falls amongst hospitalised inpatients. C. Williams, D. Kielgaldie, D. Nestel, S. Maloney, T. Haines. Department of Health and Human Services. 2015. $200,0000.
A 360 degree analysis of the cost of an underperforming student within health professional education. S. Maloney, G. Rivers, D. Ilic. Office of the Vice- Provost (Learning and Teaching). $30,000
Determining the cost-effectiveness, and impact on student value, for implementing BTBL agenda within a first year marketing unit. S. Maloney, D. Tojib. G. Rivers, D. Ilic. Office of the Vice-Provost (Learning and Teaching). $18,000
An Evidence Check review brokered by the Sax Institute for the Health Education and Training Institute (HETI). Bowles KA, Haines T, Molloy E, Maloney S, Kent F, Sevenhuysen S, Tai J. The costs and benefits of providing undergraduate student clinical placements for a health service organisation: A rapid review. 2014. $20,000
Forming an International Society for Cost and Value in Medical Education: Facilitation collaborations through leadership'. Maloney S, Walsh K, Ilic D. Higher Education Research Development Society of Australasia. 2012. $2,500.
Australian Physiotherapy Association Educators Group. Paynter S, Morgan P, Maloney S, Sevenhuysen S, Farlie M. National Short-Course Development Tender – Developing Effective Educators. 2013. $12,000
Monash Teacher Accelerator. Office of PVC(L&T), 2015. CIA $50,000.
Strategic Grant Scheme 2014. Monash University. The acceptability and effectiveness of social media as a bridge between clinical research and the point of care. Maloney S, Gaida J, Morgan P, Keating J, Clearihan L, Sadasivan S, Davies D, Ilic D. SPG007 CIA $48,000
PVC (L&T) Monash University. Maloney S, Rivers G, Ilic D. Economic Analyses of Implementing Better Teaching Better Learning. 2013 CIA $25,000
Monash University Learning and Teaching Grant. 2013. Keating J, Rajan R, Duig B, Lane A, White P, loiacono R, Maloney S. $18,000
Monash Education. Maloney S, Keating J, Morgan P, Kotsanas G. Evaluating the impact of digital repositories on teaching and learning activities, and exploration of its use as a vehicle for sharing resources between departments. CIA. $20,000.
Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and health Sciences Learning and Teaching Fund. 2009. CIA Stephen Maloney, Dragan Ilic, Jenny Keathing, Karen McConalogue, Robyn Benson, George Kotsanas . Producing a market research informed e-learning template, for interprofessional online module development, of health care professionals $38,000
Faculty Medicine Nursing and Health Sciences Information Technology Committee Grant Scheme. Maloney S, Keating J. Creating and populating a searchable online resource repository supporting efficient and innovative teaching and learning for Monash Physiotherapy staff and students. 2009. CIA $46,000.
Collier Charitable Fund. Cameras for practical skill resource creations. Keating J., Maloney S., Nickson W. 2009. $6,000
Carrick Grant. Molloy E., Keating J., Maloney S., Preparing physiotherapy students for clinical practice: evaluating the ‘pre-clinical week’ model. 2009. $10,000
- Cost Effectiveness
- Health Professional Education
- Economic Analysis
1/01/18 → 30/06/18
The effectiveness of student clinical exemplar videos for improved teaching, engagement and retention of advanced clinical skills and procedures
1/04/16 → 31/03/17
1/01/10 → 31/12/10
Research Output per year
Research output: Contribution to journal › Letter
How do professional Australian Football League (AFL) players utilise social media during periods of injury? A mixed methods analysisNankervis, B., Ferguson, L., Gosling, C., Storr, M., Ilic, D., Young, M. & Maloney, S. Jul 2018 In : Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport. 21, 7, p. 681-685 5 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article