Discover the latest health news about Swinburne’s research, teaching and student success stories.
Training police to better respond to people with mental illness
Tue 04 Mar 2014
Surprisingly few police officers have had mental health training.
Australia trafficks and abuses asylum seeker children
Tue 25 Feb 2014
Swinburne Professor of Human Rights Linda Briskman co-writes a piece that explores the treatments of child asylum seekers.
Food for thought: a free public lecture
Mon 24 Feb 2014
Discover how food and water can affect your mental performance and mood
Industry has a role in funding alternative medicine research
Fri 21 Feb 2014
It's important that industry supports complementary medicine research, writes Swinburne's Andrew Scholey.
Violence and mental illness: harsh reality demands sensitive answers
The relationship between violence and mental illness is a contentious issue, write Swinburne forensic academics Rosemary Purcell and James Ogloff.
Sitting Phat: Re-Designing Obesity and Chairs
Thu 20 Feb 2014
Understanding the role of product designs in the experience of obesity is important, writes Swinburne Associate Professor Dori Tunstall.
Beware the happiness trap
Mon 17 Feb 2014
International best-selling author of The Happiness Trap will share his wisdom at a Swinburne event
You don't need to feel alone.
Fri 07 Feb 2014
If you are having a tough time and looking for someone to talk to, help is now close at hand at headspace Hawthorn
Super-resolution 3D medical imaging could aid the early detection of cancer
Fri 10 Jan 2014
Breakthrough technique for super-resolution 3D medical imaging of living cells has been developed by Swinburne researchers.
Dementia carers to see the world through the eyes of their patients
Mon 06 Jan 2014
Swinburne students have developed a training tool for aged care workers that combines interactive touch screen and gesture-sensor technology.