Music returns to the Valley
The Monash Medical Orchestra’s concert in Gippsland - Music for the Valley - successfully returned to the region for the first time in three years. More than 60 members of the Monash Medical Orchestra made the trip from Clayton to Churchill on
Gippsland doctors take part in Teaching on the Run
Doctors from across Gippsland have been able to improve their teaching skills and confidence by participating in the Teaching on the Run program, delivered locally by Monash Rural Health.
Doctor What? Doctor Where? podcast explores presenting at DRIVERS
The ninth episode of the Doctor What? Doctor Where? Stories of Rural Medicine podcast - presenting research at DRIVERS - is now available.
Delving deeper into the social health of people who use methamphetamine
Methamphetamine is an illicit substance used in communities across Australia and worldwide. A large 2019 survey estimated that 300,000 Australians aged 14 years and over had used some form of illicit meth/amphetamine in the previous year.
South Gippsland students and healthcare workers upskill with wound management workshop
Monash Rural Health medical students and Bass Coast Health staff recently had the opportunity to upskill in wound management through a recent workshop delivered by national wound care expert, Professor Geoff Sussman OAM and supported by allied
From Saint Saens to Pirates of the Caribbean: Medical students return to bring music to the valley
On Saturday 20 August, the Monash Medical Orchestra will put down their stethoscopes and pick up their violins, clarinets, and horns to perform a range of music from classical Saint-Saens to contemporary Pirates of the Caribbean for the people of
Doctor What? Doctor Where? podcast explores rural health leadership from the start
The eighth episode of the Doctor What? Doctor Where? Stories of Rural Medicine podcast - rural health leadership from the start with the Emerging Leaders Program - is now available.
Monash medical students welcomed to Swan Hill
Eight Monash medical students are currently completing general practice placements in Swan Hill. The fourth-year students are based with Swan Hill Primary Health Medical Centre for 18 weeks, under the supervision of enthusiastic local GPs.
Medical training opportunities in regional Australia continue to expand
Medical students and doctors seeking rural and regional study and work are now supported to see how they can live, work and train rurally to achieve their dream career. A website that maps the major specialty pathways and shows training