27 Aug 2021

Take our short course survey featuring headache, surgical research and neuroimaging

Take our survey and go in the draw for a
really nice bottle of wine.

We would like to find out what you think through our survey about three proposed CME short courses on:

  • headache
  • neuroimaging 
  • surgical research techniques. 
Is the content interesting? Are the fees reasonable?? Take the short survey (3-5 mins) here to give us your feedback, and you can go in the draw for a Penfolds St Henri Shiraz 2017!

26 Aug 2021

Do epilepsy patients accept clinicians using machine learning to support decision making?

Professor Patrick Kwan

by Dr Loretta Piccenna

Congratulations to Professor Patrick Kwan, who is in one of fifteen research teams awarded a Monash Data Futures Institute Seed grant in the latest 2021 round.

The project will look at understanding the factors and context that affect the acceptance of a machine learning based clinical decision support tool, developed by members of the team, for patients with epilepsy. They will use a novel participatory research design alongside an ethical impact assessment that foregrounds ethical and social implications.

18-24 Aug 2021 Central Clinical School recent publications

The psychiatric symptomology of  Visual Snow Syndrome: Study shows
VSS patients suffer high rates of anxiety and depression, depersonalisation,
fatigue, and poor sleep.Image: Monash Lens
Recent publications featuring research as notified by PubMed during 18-24 August 2021 from Central Clinical School affiliated researchers in the following departments. The below is not a comprehensive list. The most recent validated publications for the school and departments can be seen on their publications pages, linked to from the headings below. Otherwise, read down the entry for recent notifications.

25 Aug 2021

Creativity for our youngest students - volunteers sought

Volunteers sought for creative sessions with children to help
CCS staff home-schooling during lockdown: Sign up here
From Professor Robyn Slattery

Dear colleagues and extended Monash community,

We are seeking your time for approximately one hour per month (take the survey here) to support our Monash parent community.  Home-schooling parents, juggling professional commitments are perhaps the most impacted by extended lockdown.  This disproportionately affects our early career colleagues and graduate students -- most profoundly those with children in prep - grade 2. 

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