Changing the conversation
Young adults talk about food as good and bad, but health professionals should move away from the focus on shame, guilt and fear around food and nutrition.
Old habits die hard
Pandemic-induced stress can result in the return of unhealthy behaviours, but there are ways to minimise the effects.
Dinner for who?
The traditional family meal is under threat from modern lifestyles and family diversity. But that's not necessarily a bad thing, according to a new study.
Students of the future
In Australia, as in the UK, we see considerable public discussion around higher education. More recently we have seen elements of that discussion turn to debate centred on the very heart of a university’s purpose.
Research Officer, Department of Nutrition, Dietetics and Food
Senior Lecturer, Department of Nutrition, Dietetics and Food
Research Fellow, Turner Institute for Brain and Mental Health
Professor, Psychology, Turner Institute for Brain and Mental Health
Professor (Research), Psychology
Professor, Sociology, Associate Dean Enterprise, Arts Faculty
Senior Lecturer, Curriculum & Pedagogy, Faculty of Education
Professor of Sociology
Margaret Gardner AC
President and Vice-Chancellor, Monash University