Memories are made of this – or are they?
Although we may think of our memories as a data bank that we can retrieve and play back, the reality is more slippery – particularly in relation to trauma.
Visas, the virus, and family separation
Migrant visa holders have for years been feeling the pain of family separation that many of us are now experiencing in isolation.
PTSD: The battle after the war
The recognition of post-traumatic stress disorder has played a part in the resurgence in the popularity of Anzac Day, But, even now, returned soldiers don't receive enough support.
The battle back home
Leaving behind a military uniform and the status that it brings can be profoundly difficult.
A virtual take on pain reduction
A trial has shown that VR can help women better cope during a common procedure to reposition their breech baby.
Supporting women after miscarriage
Cliched comments like "it wasn’t meant to be" or "don't worry, you'll get pregnant" are hurtful and dismissive. Instead, acknowledge their loss, listen and let them grieve.
Research Officer, Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Clinical Associate Professor, Department of General Practice
Senior Lecturer, School of Psychological Sciences
Research and Centre Manager of the Monash Migration and Inclusion Centre and the Managing DIrector of the Border Crossing Observatory
Associate Professor of Criminology
Associate Professor, Criminology and Director, Monash Migration and Inclusion Centre
Professor of History, and Head of School for the School of Philosophical, Historical and International Studies.
Clinical Research Fellow, Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Senior Research Fellow, Melbourne Sexual Health Clinic
Professor, Monash Alfred Psychiatry Research Centre