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Anna Schroeder

Schizophrenia research receives best data Blitz presentation at Biological Psychiatry Australia (BPA) 2020

Congratulations to Dr Anna Schroeder on receiving the best data Blitz presentation award at Biological Psychiatry Australia (BPA) 2020.

Clinical Sciences - Monash Health 26 October, 2020

Air pollution linked with cardiovascular disease

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), nine out of ten people breathe air that exceeds WHO’s guideline limit of pollutants. In China’s second most polluted city, Shijiazhuang, the level of air pollution is 16 times higher

Public Health and Preventive Medicine 26 October, 2020

The Missing Link? Electronic clinical handovers and patient outcomes

Episode #3 of our new paramedicine podcast is now available. Listen to Belinda Delardes discuss her co-authored article that highlights how handover between clinicians is a high-risk event for communication errors.

Primary and Allied Health Care 22 October, 2020
Hashrul Rashid

Dr Hashrul Rashid receives the RACP Victorian Trainee Research Award for TAVI study

Congratulations to Dr Hashrul Rashid on receiving the Royal Australasian College of Physicians (RACP) Victorian Trainee Research Award.

Clinical Sciences - Monash Health 21 October, 2020

If we have the guts to give older people a fair go, this is how we fix aged care in Australia

In the face of the harrowing findings of the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety and the COVID-19 crisis, it’s abundantly clear the way we provide residential aged care in Australia needs to change.

Public Health and Preventive Medicine 21 October, 2020

Greater needs, but poorer access to services: why COVID mental health measures must target disadvantaged areas

COVID-19 outbreaks and the resulting lockdowns, particularly in Victoria, have adversely affected many people’s mental health.

Clinical Sciences - Monash Health 21 October, 2020

New drug hope for migraine sufferers

A recent study by Monash University has shown the effectiveness of a migraine drug called Erenumab (Aimovig) for chronic sufferers, which sadly remains unaffordable for most patients.

Clinical Sciences - The Alfred 20 October, 2020

How to keep COVID waves small

Monash study reveals Stage 4 started too late to control COVID-19 community transmission, and recommends an early warning system and national mandatory mask wearing.

COVID-19 20 October, 2020

Monash University program addresses infection control training in Vic aged care facilities

The Aged Care Royal Commission recently released a special report looking at the sector’s response to COVID-19.

Nursing and Midwifery 20 October, 2020