Discover the latest health news about Swinburne’s research, teaching and student success stories.
It's not as good as it gets for OCD sufferers
Mon 11 Aug 2014
The Swinburne Psychology Clinic offers relief for people suffering from obsessive-compulsive disorder.
Why some children wake up delirious from anaesthesia
Fri 08 Aug 2014
One of the major risks associated with anaesthesia in children is a clinical phenomenon known as emergence delirium.
Don't blame the booze, it's zero tolerance on violence that's needed
Adjunct Associate Professor Mike Keane says cultural violence needs to be addressed and the people who are committing the violence need to be dealt with.
Swinburne researcher finalist in Premier's Design Awards
Wed 06 Aug 2014
A revolutionary sleep system to prevent sleep apnoea is in the running for a prestigious design award.
Finding the key to prevent youth homelessness
Tue 15 Jul 2014
Swinburne joins forces with local youth services to tackle the growing issue of youth homelessness.
Swinburne creates online clinic for gastroparesis sufferers
It's National Diabetes Week and Swinburne has launched a new online resource for people suffering from gastroparesis, a condition commonly caused by diabete
Swinburne study reveals why workers avoid work
Fri 27 Jun 2014
Wasting time on the job is costing hundreds of millions annually.
Positive findings for the health of older Australians
Fri 20 Jun 2014
Preliminary findings from the largest health study of its kind shows improvements in mood and memory of older Australians.
Older workers doing the heavy lifting
Fri 30 May 2014
Swinburne's Assoc Prof Elizabeth Brooke discusses the government’s exhortation to repair the national economy to avert ‘intergenerational inequity.’
Swinburne’s Professor Janet Hiller calls for change in health care focus
Thu 29 May 2014
We need to re-engineer the health system to meet challenges ahead, according to Swinburne’s Dean of the School of Health Sciences