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30 October 2014
A former Monash University medical student has received the Royal Australasian College of Physicians (RACP) Bryan Hudson Medal.
Victorian Hospitals will be better equipped to measure the quality of care for their cardiac patients, under a new project that collects and compares data on coronary angioplasty practice.
28 October 2014
GPs working in mental health in south east Melbourne are being offered an opportunity to participate in an Australian-first project.
27 October 2014
Monash University experts are available to talk on key news items.
24 October 2014
Monash University is now offering personalised low-cost nutrition consultations to staff, students and the general public.
New data shows that healthcare and personal costs to support survivors of stroke remains high 10 years on.
One person is killed on the roads every two to four minutes in India, a terrible toll that experts believe could be reduced by improving the trauma response system in the country’s hospitals.
23 October 2014
Leading diabetes experts will discuss how to prevent and treat the disease at a leading conference in November in Melbourne.
A renowned engineer, a leading IVF and stem cell biologist and a thought leader in urban water management have been named as 2014 Fellows of the Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering (ATSE).
As the Ebola outbreak continues in West Africa, hospitals and health systems are preparing for possible cases in Australia. What would this response look like?
Anyone who’s worked in a big organisation will know about KPIs – key performance indicators. Numbers to measure how the organisation is functioning. We have dozens in hospitals – time from arrival to discharge, infection rate, falls rate, seclusions rate,
The Queensland government has recently implemented changes to poker machine regulation under the banner of “red tape reduction”. Some of these are relatively minor at first glance; others have more obvious prima facie impact.
Scientists have found a molecule that could potentially accelerate clinical trials to combat autoimmune diseases.
21 October 2014
The level of awareness among Australian men who at are most at risk of osteoporosis is ‘deeply concerning’ according to a leading expert in bone health.
A novel bi-directional cannula that prevents severe complications following cardiac surgery has been developed by School of Clinical Sciences’ Mr Randall Moshinsky.
A Monash University professor has received the Victorian Minister for Health’s highest honour in the 2014 Victorian Public Healthcare Awards.
20 October 2014
Six young Monash University researchers have been recognised in the Young Tall Poppy Science Awards.
The use of aspirin to prevent cancer will be discussed by experts at a symposium in Melbourne today.
17 October 2014
Monash University has received $72 million – the largest amount given to a university in today’s NHMRC project grants funding announcement.
14 October 2014
Monash researchers have scooped an award at an international symposium on wearable computers.
A new Monash University and Cancer Council New South Wales study suggests only 47 per cent of the general public know that alcohol consumption is a risk factor for cancer.
13 October 2014
Monash University experts are available to speak on key news items.
9 October 2014
New medical technologies and treatments over the past few decades have led to remarkable improvements in treating older patients.
A world-first mapping system that will pinpoint areas of high male self-harm and suicide, as well as hot spots for men with poor mental health, has been unveiled today as part of National Mental Health Week.
7 October 2014
The Institute for Safety, Compensation and Recovery Research has launched an ambitious strategy for the next six years to 2020.
6 October 2014
An interactive learning system, unique to Monash, is now available for the University’s third year medical students.
3 October 2014
Brooke Huuskes isn’t one to relax. When she isn’t conducting kidney research at the School of Biomedical Sciences, the pint sized PhD student and kidney transplant recipient is promoting organ donation through her award winning films and other activities.
2 October 2014
A Monash University researcher is combining his love of writing with his work as a psychiatrist in a new book series.
Mental Health Week is on from 5 - 12 October, Monash University experts are available to comment on related topics.
New research suggests treatment in Australia and New Zealand for patients with sepsis is the best in the world.
1 October 2014
Two Monash University medical students have had the incredible opportunity to meet Microsoft Founder Bill Gates.
A program combining mindfulness meditation with cognitive therapy to prevent depressive relapse is being offered at Dandenong Hospital in Victoria.
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