Fifteen years of Occupational Therapy
A broader community commitment to inclusion and full participation, and widespread interest in building healthy communities, underpin the continued popularity of Monash University’s occupational therapy (OT) courses.
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
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.
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
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.
In their own words: Work placements put students on the COVID-19 frontline
Monash University students from the medicine and pharmacy faculties had only just begun their latest 2020 work placements when the coronavirus crisis hit. Here, six Monash students tell of their experiences on placement during the pandemic.
OT staff take out Conference prize
Em Bould, Libby Callaway, Libby Witts and Scott Thomas from the Occupational Therapy Department, recently won the Virtual Disability Conference (Australia, 2019) Occupational Therapy Australia Prize for, Innovation in Co-design of Open Employment
OT and Aussie Rules hand and wrist injuries
Occupational Therapy’s Dr Luke Robinson, and Associate Professor Lisa O'Brien recently had an article published in ‘The conversation”. They found that Australian Rules Football was the number one cause of sport and