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Increased risk of death in smoke impacted areas during and after the Hazelwood mine fire

The Hazelwood Health Study’s Hazelinks Stream, which uses population health datasets to investigate changes in the health of the community during and after the Hazelwood mine fire, has released a report on risk of death in smoke impacted

Research 29 October, 2020

Not for me, but PHAWRU

Episode #4 of our paramedicine podcast is now available. We chat to Ben Meadly about his co-authored research, “The health and well being of paramedics - a professional priority”.

Primary and Allied Health Care 28 October, 2020

Bushfire recovery and readiness

Today, 28 October 2020, marks the completion of the Royal Commission into National Natural Disaster, and aligns with the beginning of bushfire season in Australia.

Public Health and Preventive Medicine 28 October, 2020

From the Frontline: Using Nursing's Diverse Expertise During COVID-19 webinar provides insight into nurses’ experience of the pandemic

Monash University’s From the Frontline: Using Nursing’s Diverse Expertise During COVID-19 webinar took place on Thursday 22 October with over 200 viewers tuning in to the live event.

Nursing and Midwifery 28 October, 2020
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Gippsland yarning provide keys to Aboriginal cancer survivorship

“Our culture has lifted me from where I was, ‘cause I was down here, now I’m back up here, and I give thanks to all the old fellas ‘cause they’ve given me strength in places I never thought even existed”

Research 27 October, 2020
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Clinical trials for severe acute asthma in children need consistent outcome measures and large multi-centre studies

Monash University research demonstrates that large multi-centre studies with consistent outcome measures are needed to understand the management of acute severe asthma in children.

Clinical Sciences - Monash Health 27 October, 2020

COVID-19: Pandemic alcohol use and mental health problems

Excessive alcohol use is an established public health problem in Australia, and did not originate from the coronavirus pandemic. But what has changed is how much alcohol we're drinking at home, as a result of closed restaurants, clubs and hotels,

Public Health and Preventive Medicine 27 October, 2020

Rural GPs put their hands up to train registrars – a regional Tasmanian survey

Doctors training to become a general practitioner can choose to spend a significant amount of time working in regional areas where they undergo supervised training.

Rural Health 27 October, 2020

USNWR Global Rankings places 5 Monash Medicine and Health Sciences subject areas in top 50

The US News & World Report Rankings (USNWR) compares institutions’ academic research and reputation. Institutions from the U.S. and more than 80 other countries are ranked based on 13 indicators that measure their academic research

Medicine Nursing and Health Sciences 27 October, 2020