The Food Services team at Monash Health in Clayton was among the first to promote RUOK? Day, holding an RUOK? breakfast recently. RUOK? Day is being held this Thursday (12 September) and encourages everyone to stay connected and have meaningful conversations...

Superheroes have taken over Monash Children's Hospital! Our friends at The Supertee Project came to visit our patients today and give them their very own Supertee. They were joined by Superman, Batman, Aquaman, Supergirl and Harley Quinn, who helped transform...

Meet our stroke superheroes! As part of National Stroke Week, our team on Ward 54 are raising awareness about the F.A.S.T. signs of stroke. Recognise stroke and think F.A.S.T: • Face: has their face dropped? • Arms: can they lift both arms? • Speech: is...

Before they completed family violence training, a majority of health professionals reported they were not engaging consumers about family violence on a regular basis. This is one of the key findings of an evaluation conducted by a Monash University social work...

Cate Clancy, Victorian Paediatric Rehabilitation Service (VPRS) physio has been featured in this month’s edition of InMotion. InMotion is the Australian Physiotherapy Association  monthly magazine  which is sent out to its 26,000 members. The article recognised Cates contribution to Paediatric Physio...

Thursday 12 September is national R U OK? Day. R U OK? Day encourages everyone to stay connected and have meaningful conversations. R U OK? is a not-for-profit organisation that was founded by Gavin Larkin in 2009 to promote suicide prevention. Supporting mental...

1 -7th September is National Child Protection Week. The week is about celebrating the many ways – big and small – that everyone in the community can make a difference in the life of a child. Children do best when life is...

As part of National Stroke Week, Speech Pathologist Lisa Mangwiro presented to our staff on Ward 54 about the challenges stroke patients encounter when transitioning from hospital to home. Lisa shared her insights working in the Follow Up service at the...

Monday 2 - Sunday 8 September is National Stroke week, an annual opportunity to raise awareness of stroke. The theme for 2019 is F.A.S.T heroes, recognising the people who spotted the signs of stroke and called an ambulance straight away,...