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Although hyperbolized in media, resuscitation is an infrequent requirement in Emergency Departments. More than 8 million patients presented to...

This project is a partnership between the Brain Recovery and Rehabilitation Group at the Central Clinical School (Alfred) and the La Trobe University...

Self-efficacy is a person's estimate or personal judgment of his or her own ability to succeed in reaching a specific goal. You experience self-...
Supervisor: Dr Nicole Robinson

Holistic care aims to enable continuity of care, with early medical and psychosocial intervention, should an issue develop. Unfortunately, existing...
Supervisor: Dr Judy Lowthian

Genome sequencing technologies have played an integral role in helping us understand the COVID-19 pandemic. Australia has played a leading role in...
Supervisor: Dr Nenad Macesic

PCOS is a common, under-recognised and increasingly prevalent condition with major and sometimes devastating health impacts. It affects one in five...

Background: Shoulder problems are a significant cause of morbidity and disability in the general population. A systematic review of eighteen cross-...
Supervisor: Ms Romi Haas

Sense of touch (somato-sensation) becomes available to embryos even before birth and is one of the oldest senses in the animal kingdom, yet little is...
Supervisor: Dr Mehdi Adibi

The Drimolen fossil site in South Africa has recently garnered international scientific attention and global news announcing the oldest fossil...
Supervisor: Dr Jason Massey

Women are recommended to have a check-up at six weeks postpartum, usually with their general practitioner (GP). Whilst there is an expectation that...
Supervisor: Dr Jessica Botfield

Contraceptives are used by millions of women worldwide and are critical to prevent unwanted pregnancies and reduce maternal and infant morbidity and...
Supervisor: Dr Lindi Masson

Over 30,000 people in Australia have contracted COVID-19 (as of mid 2021). Outbreaks are continuing to emerge in Australia despite the national...
Supervisor: Dr Daniel Griffiths

The mammalian oocyte is the largest cell in the body and undergoes two highly specialised asymmetric meiotic cell divisions. Coordination of...

Overweight and obesity and their related conditions are crucial public health problems affecting 25% of children and 67% of adults. The perinatal...

"The COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 has brought unprecedented disruption to the lives of populations across the globe, including in Australia....
Supervisor: A/Prof Megan Lim

Workers employed in healthcare settings are at risk of anxiety, depression and stress as they shoulder the burden of the COVID-19 pandemic, and...
Supervisor: Professor Karin Leder

This will be a retrospective review of a clinical paracetamol overdose database investigating whether there is any correlation with the symptom of...
Supervisor: Professor Anselm Wong

An opportunity is open to a suitable applicant to conduct a fully funded full time PhD within Monash University’s Centre for Research Excellence in...
Supervisor: Professor Karen Smith

HIV is a very significant health issue in the Asia-Pacific region. The Asia-Pacific region is home to nearly 6 million people living with HIV, with...
Supervisor: Dr Jason Ong

Over the past 10 years, WHO has issued over 400 recommendations on interventions to improve maternal and perinatal healthcare. In developing these...
Supervisor: Dr Joshua Vogel

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