Combating COVID with steroids
They're low-cost medicines that can be easily accessed, and are being used to treat seriously ill COVID-19 patients.
The latest commentary and opinions on COVID-19 from Monash University's leading academics.
Director, Gender and Family Violence Prevention Centre, Senior Lecturer in Criminology, School of Social Sciences
Associate Professor of Criminology
Professor of International Relations and Director, of the Gender, Peace and Security Centre
Deputy Director, Gender and Family Violence Prevention Centre, Associate Professor (Research), Criminology
Research Fellow, School of Nursing and Midwifery
Research Fellow, Criminology
Professor, School of Clinical Sciences
Senior Lecturer, Nursing and Midwifery
Let's leave no-one behind
As schools prepare to reopen, bringing back the youngest and oldest students first, using the same logic as the term two return needs to be re-evaluated.
Face masks versus face shields
Many people in Victoria are opting to wear face shields instead of face masks. It's allowed – but are they as effective at preventing the spread of COVID-19?
Our changing psyche
Has Australia opened a new chapter in national selfhood with increased emotional articulation as a healthy response to the COVID-19 pandemic?
When prevention isn’t the cure
Giving police and PSOs the power to detain individuals for preventative reasons raises concerns for the rule of law and human rights principles.
When the home is a prison
New research shows women on temporary visas are trapped in family violence by a lack of financial support, safe accommodation, and the threat of their visa being revoked.
Bridging the class divide
Remote learning has made it even harder to implement the principles of inclusive education, but there is a way forward.
Coming back stronger
Addressing the health, social and economic inequities in our communities is crucial in the COVID-19 recovery.
Conveying the COVID message
A new study suggests that approaches to support effective communication with multicultural communities should be incorporated in government strategies from the beginning.