The Employment CoLab program wins 2021 PIEF Excellence in Injury and Disability Management Award
A new open employment program for people with Acquired Brain Injury (ABI), developed by a team at Monash University in collaboration with key industry partners, was last week announced as a joint winner of the award for Excellence in Injury and
Outstanding achievements celebrated at the 2021 Dean’s Awards for Excellence
Twenty-five Monash Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences individuals and team recipients were recognised for their outstanding achievements in education, research, industry education programs, professional services, and doctoral thesis.
Occupational Therapist of the Year Award
Congratulations to Associate Professor Libby Callaway, who has been awarded Occupational Therapist of the Year as part of the 2020-2021 Australian Allied Health Awards.
Community paramedic trial for regional Victoria
The Department of Paramedicine will trial a program in two regional Victorian towns in which paramedics will be trained to perform primary health care functions, including vaccinations, chronic health management and palliative care.
Building the healthcare workforce of the future
The Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences (FMNHS) presented a virtual panel discussion event for career counsellors from top Victorian schools to hear directly from researchers and alumni. If you were unable to attend the virtual event
Medically supervised injecting rooms and the politics of illicit drug policy
t’s often presumed that centre-left political parties and governments favour a public health-based approach to illicit drug use designed mainly to save lives and reduce harm to individuals and the community, even if it results in an overall
Monash health courses celebrate milestone anniversaries and the power of practical solutions to the big issues
The COVID-19 pandemic has thrust health professionals into the spotlight, making them the most listened to and trusted experts on the world stage. Chief Health Officers around the country are household names, and there is a deep and abiding public
Trial of hand-held ultrasound in intensive care ambulances could save lives
A trial is underway in Victoria to see if hand-held ultrasound devices can help intensive care paramedics on the road to save lives.