The importance of AEDs at GP clinics
A Monash University study has found that a person having a cardiac arrest in a GP clinic are less likely to survive than those attended by paramedics in a non-clinical setting – but for those who do suffer a cardiac arrest in a GP clinic,
Reassessing the social context of illicit drug use and addiction
Popular depictions of drug use suggest that people who inject them come from all walks of life. In the 1980s, entertainer Debbie Byrne was often presented as the stereotypical middle-class heroin user, and the tabloid media still highlights stories
Congratulations to our 2021 Queen’s Birthday Honours Recipients
Congratulations to our Monash Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences colleagues, alumni, friends and supporters who have been recognised with a Queen’s Birthday Honour this year.
Outstanding students celebrated in annual Faculty Student Awards 2020
More than 100 students were recognised as part of the annual Faculty Students Awards for 2020.
Monash study of cardiac arrests at schools and universities highlights the importance of available and findable public access defibrillators
A Monash University study of cardiac arrests on university campuses and primary and secondary schools has highlighted the need for more publicly available and – importantly – findable – defibrillators.
New education offerings in contemplative practices
Monash University has announced it will develop a first-of-its-kind centre for unprecedented collaboration between philosophy, neuroscience, medicine, education and interfaith dialogue research and studies.
New Graduate Courses for Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences to boost COVID-19 recovery
We are very excited to announce that we have four new Graduate Certificate courses that have been awarded Commonwealth Supported Places (CSPs) as part of the federal government’s Job-Ready Package.
Complete a Monash university course in mental health or nutrition in one semester!
We are very excited to announce that we have two new Undergraduate Certificate courses that have been awarded Commonwealth Supported Places (CSPs) as part of the federal government’s Job-Ready Package.
New tool for assisting people with a disability choose the support they need
Victoria takes another step forward in assisting people with disability find the allied health services they need, while also providing resources to upskill allied health professionals with the launch of My Allied Health Space.