Discover the latest health news about Swinburne’s research, teaching and student success stories.
Migrants and Australia’s health system
Fri 07 Jul 2017
Migrants are healthier than the average Australian, so they can’t be a burden on the health system
Young mums given a head start
Tue 04 Jul 2017
Swinburne’s Business Without Borders and Young Mums program are working together on a new initiative.
Swinburne leads commitment to ‘Child Safe Standards’
Fri 16 Jun 2017
Working with Children Checks will be mandatory for all staff, in a heightened commitment to child safety.
A soft touch for mending broken bones
Professor Alan Lau’s combination of a little silk with a biodegradable plastic may be the formula to heal broken bones.
Research-led innovation takes flight at Swinburne
Wed 14 Jun 2017
Swinburne Innovation Precinct pilots Launch Camp program at Design Factory Melbourne.
Body dysmorphic disorder visual retraining program
Tue 13 Jun 2017
A world-first study is aiming to alleviate symptoms of those with body dysmorphic disorder through a unique visual retraining program.
Bringing families together
Thu 08 Jun 2017
Carla McEnery hopes to launch a program with the aim of supporting the family members of schizophrenia sufferers.
Stories from the land
A group of farmers touched by rural suicide come together at Swinburne to share their experiences and heal.
Why we’re designed to move
Mon 05 Jun 2017
Clever urban design can make it easier to reap the health benefits of incorporating more physical activity into daily life.
‘Alternative’ to Safe Schools not that alternative
Edmund Rice Education Australia’s anti-bullying program is similar to the Safe Schools program.