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Superhealth Program Showcase

Students draw on experiences from the health sector to design future hospital systems that incorporate artificial intelligence, biotechnology, robotics, and virtual reality.

Design Thinking

Students are challenged to design patient-focused health precincts for a growing population in Greater Melbourne.

Students take on the role of health precinct planners and through design thinking learn more about Victoria’s healthcare system and the challenges experienced by workers and patients in the sector. In teams, students design and prototype cutting-edge solutions that seek to respond in increasingly personalised ways. Concepts relating to biomedicine, medical technologies, biotechnologies, robotics and virtual reality create a future focussed picture of how technologies will interface with humans and impact on lives for the better.


Humanoid robots, autonomous vehicles, and genetic engineering enrich students' understanding of the brave and increasingly personalised technologies entering the healthcare sector.

A collaborative approach to learning about new technologies underpins this program. Students learn and use technologies that produce virtual reality environments, genetic engineering solutions using bacterial models, artificial intelligence and voice recognition simulation tools to create a deeper understanding of how technology is augmenting healthcare. These prototypes are tested by peers who interact with these technologies at the conclusion of the program.