Discover the latest health news about Swinburne’s research, teaching and student success stories.
Child abuse is due to a disregard for children’s rights
Wed 15 Nov 2017
A disregard for the rights of children has led to sexual abuse in institutional environments royal commission chair has told a Swinburne lecture.
Discovery could impact neurodegenerative diseases
Thu 09 Nov 2017
Neurodegenerative diseases could be stopped in their tracks due to new research.
Pelvic floor health campaign launched
One in eight women experience bladder leakage says a new public health campaign.
Vice-Chancellor appointed to aged care taskforce
Fri 03 Nov 2017
Swinburne Vice-Chancellor has been appointed to an expert taskforce focused on supporting safe, quality aged care for senior Australians.
Understanding filicide will help prevent it
Thu 02 Nov 2017
Filicide, the killing of a child by their parent or caregiver, is estimated to account for 18 to 25% of family homicide cases in Australia.
Aboriginal tenants at an energy related disadvantage
Mon 30 Oct 2017
Swinburne research finds a majority of aboriginal tenants live in homes with poor energy efficiency.
Workers exposed to traumatic events benefit from funding
Thu 26 Oct 2017
The Healthy Living Design Hub will focus real-life health issues and be located at the Swinburne Innovation Precinct.
Forensic researchers win gold with Vic Police
Swinburne forensic researchers work with Victoria Police and Forensicare to produce award winning project.
Healthy half-time snacks promote healthy habits
Fri 20 Oct 2017
Providing healthier food at junior sport improves dietary outcomes, Swinburne research shows.
Reward system `broken’ for those with bipolar disorder
Tue 17 Oct 2017
Bipolar expert says sufferers have `broken’ reward system