Women accountants call for greater workplace support: study
Women accountants are calling for greater workplace support and better culture in order to improve longevity in the profession, Monash University research shows.
New research reveals wellbeing toll of Melbourne’s toughest COVID-19 restrictions on practitioners responding to family violence
Family violence practitioners have struggled with increased workloads, concerns about clients’ trauma and isolation from co-workers during Melbourne’s toughest COVID-19 lockdowns.
Monash University and Arianna Huffington's Thrive Global launch Asia-Pacific partnership to support employee productivity and wellbeing
Monash University and Thrive Global have announced an exclusive partnership to address mental wellbeing and help drive business productivity in the Asia-Pacific region.
COVID-19: Australia’s class of 2020 can (and will) overcome adversity
The struggle to belong at school: Australia bombs in student satisfaction
Study shows teachers underappreciated, overworked in classroom
Monash is calling on Australians to #ThankYourTeacher on the back of a new report showing 71 per cent of teachers feel underappreciated in the classroom.
Study finds doctor-pharmacist partnership significantly reduces patient harm
A new study led by researchers from Monash University and Alfred Health has found that a collaborative medication-charting model involving a doctor and a pharmacist significantly reduces medication errors and subsequent patient harm in hospital