Uptake of highly effective female contraception is lower in Victoria and New South Wales compared to other states
A new nationwide study led by Monash University's Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences (FPPS) has found that the rate of supply for hormonal long-acting reversible contraception (LARC) in Australia began to plateau from 2015.
More say in what to pay? Putting patients in the driver's seat
Delivering high-quality health care with limited funding is increasingly difficult for many GPs. Could the solution be as simple as giving patients more say in what to pay?
Questioning quarantine – there are better ways to manage it
$1.9 million MRFF grant to improve access to medical abortion services in rural and regional areas
In anticipation of Women’s Health Week (7-11 September 2020), the Federal Health Minister, The Hon Greg Hunt, has today announced a $1.9 million MRFF Primary Health Care Research grant for the ORIENT study.
Resources needed for gestational diabetes in South Asian women
Culturally appropriate resources are required to assist with recommended lifestyle modifications to reduce risks for future development of gestational diabetes or type 2 diabetes in Australia’s South Asian communities.
Vale - Emeritus Professor Neil Edwin Carson AO
We are sad to announce the passing of one of the pioneers of the Faculty of Medicine, Monash University. Neil Carson attended Box Hill High School and Carey Grammar School where he received the Doery Scholarship. He graduated from Medicine at the
Improving access to early medical abortion amid COVID-19
To mark today’s International Day of Action on Women’s Health (May 28), a newly formed coalition of key stakeholders and clinician experts is advocating rapid policy and practice-based changes to improve the accessibility of early
Agents of Change -Transforming Women's Health
With many Australian women still facing significant barriers to accessing contraception and abortion services.