Preparing the paramedics
A new report reveals alarming statistics regarding male self-harm, and how first responders feel ill-prepared to deal with patients in mental crisis.
In 2018, more than 120 of Monash University’s alumni, staff, former staff and friends were recognised with Australian honours.
Seeking justice, one click at a time
Internet vigilantism is on the rise, particularly in Asia. Although the risks are obvious, can this online people-power be harnessed to combat cybercrime?
The increasing perils of sport and recreation
Major trauma and deaths from sports such as cycling are increasing sharply, causing a significant healthcare burden.
Low back pain: we're treating it all wrong
Unnecessary treatments, tests and advice to rest are making the problem worse worldwide, when in reality sufferers should simply remain active.
Digging deep into big data
Eureka Prize-winning data mining techniques are being utilised in areas as diverse as drug use research and medicine.
Delving into ice psychosis
A new study has looked at why some crystal meth users are more likely to experience mental health problems than others.
Pokies, we have a problem
Poker machines are doing great harm, but the gaming industry's deep pockets means it's an issue that's unlikely to be solved any time soon.
Research Fellow, Critical Care Research
Jamie Cooper, AO
Professor, Critical care research
Senior Lecturer in Criminology, School of Social Sciences
Professor, Addiction Studies and Services; Director, Turning Point Alcohol and Drug Centre
Professor and Head, Department of Community Emergency Health and Paramedic Practice
Director, Clinical Epidemiology, Cabrini Hospital, and Professor, Department of Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine
Director, Monash University Centre for Data Science
Head of Gambling and Social Determinants
Director of Respiratory Medicine, Eastern Health Clinical School