Regulating opioid supply
New rules aim to curb opioid-related deaths in Australia. These changes are a step in the right direction, but we need to tread carefully to avoid unintended consequences.
Coronavirus lessons for climate change
Solving climate change would involve only a fraction of the interventions into civic, business and organisational life that we're seeing now.
The gag clause
Three bioethicists have raised concerns about a unique ‘gag clause’ in the Voluntary Assisted Dying Act.
Retraining the brain
From dementia to depression to drug addiction, artificial brain stimulation has been hailed as a landmark medical technology for the future. But safeguards are needed if we want the benefits without the risks.
A glaring gap in Australia's migration system is failing victims of gendered violence.
Monash's most recent cohort of Fulbright, Rhodes and Schwarzman scholars share their passions and plans for the future.
Bike helmets a barrier for disabled cyclists
Our mandatory bicycle helmet laws are less than accommodating to those living with a disability.
Regulatory failure in gambling runs deep, and is a major political problem.
From fields of green to a '20-minute city'
With Melbourne’s population continuing to boom, urban planners and academics have a vision for the city to become a network of connected communities where people will be able to walk or cycle to amenities.
Preventing a stroke 'epidemic'
Action is needed to reduce the alarming rise in the incidence of stroke in low to middle-income countries.
Anatomy of a controversy
Protesters have urged a boycott of Sydney's Real Bodies exhibition over claims that it could be displaying remains of executed Chinese political prisoners.
Sex, confessions and a rush to condemn
Social media has become a threat to due legal process and the presumption of innocence.
Pre-approval process under threat
A bill before Parliament may further weaken the procedure of checking claims made in advertisements for medicines.
Connecting 'diblings': How the law is failing to keep up with modern families
It is time for the states and territories to develop a uniform legal framework that enables donor-conceived people to connect with their genetic kin.
The hard sell of stem cells
Investigations of medical misconduct or false or misleading advertising are treated on a case-by-case basis after the patient, their family member or medical practitioner make a complaint to the TGA.
Stem cell tourism's exploits
If online advertising and news reports are to be believed, stem cell tourism is a thriving industry
The rise of the tattoo removal industry
Tattoo removal is a lucrative business. According to one estimate, about a quarter of Australians under 30 have a tattoo. And approximately a quarter of these people are planning to have it removed
Associate Professor, Architecture
PhD Candidate (Clinical Psychology)
Deputy Director, Monash Addiction Research Centre
Director, Climate Change Communication Research Hub
PhD Candidate, Monash Bioethics Centre
Senior Research Fellow, Psychology
Associate Professor of Criminology
PhD candidate and teaching associate, Faculty of Law
Head of Gambling and Social Determinants
Professor, Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture
Associate Professor, Criminology and Director, Monash Migration and Inclusion Centre
Professor (Research), Medicine Monash Health
PhD Candidate in History
Associate Professor of Journalism, School of Media, Film and Journalism
Associate Professor, School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine
Professor of Sociology