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The 2020 Good Universities Guide rankings

Monash Social Work have recently received a 5-star rating for Learner engagement for their Master of Social Work course.

Primary and Allied Health Care 28 September, 2020

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?

Primary and Allied Health Care 16 September, 2020

The myth of the 'child offender' Webinar

Monash Social Work co-hosted an expert Zoom panel session with Q&A on Thursday September 10, exploring the way the ‘child offender’ has been constructed and understood throughout history and within systems.

Primary and Allied Health Care 10 September, 2020
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The role of Physios in the treatment of COVID-19

Monash Alum, Jason Pereira, graduated from Monash with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours) in 2017 and has worked in the Alfred Hospital’s ICU through the two COVID-19 peaks.

Research 4 September, 2020

Questioning quarantine – there are better ways to manage it

As the judicial inquiry continues into quarantine practices at several Melbourne hotels designed to prevent the spread of COVID-19 from returning travellers, we are treated to a smorgasbord of tales from witnesses who were housed there or

Primary and Allied Health Care 4 September, 2020

$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.

Primary and Allied Health Care 2 September, 2020

Paramedicine study targets 'frequent attendance'

A global study of frequent attendance to emergency departments (ED), by our Department of Paramedicine, Peninsula Health and Ambulance Victoria researchers, has identified that the cohort of patients, sometimes categorised by health care

Primary and Allied Health Care 28 August, 2020
Monash University news

Social Work Indigenous research

Indigenous children in Australia are known to be over-represented in many out-of-home care systems, particularly within the English-speaking world.

Primary and Allied Health Care 11 August, 2020

First intake of Doctor of Physiotherapy students

The first cohort of the Doctor of Physiotherapy program has commenced. Monash is now the only Australian university co-offering an undergraduate and post-graduate entry-to-practice physiotherapy qualification.

Primary and Allied Health Care 7 August, 2020