31 Mar 2022

15-28 Mar 2022 Central Clinical School recent publications

Paul Myles argues that there needs to be a stronger focus on
patient-reported outcomes: Future of Clinical Trials article.
Recent publications featuring research as notified by PubMed during 15-28 March 2022 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.

30 Mar 2022

Monash University/UCL Perioperative Medicine Short Course 2022

Monash University and University College London (UCL) Perioperative Medicine Short Course 2022 (July and October)

Perioperative medicine is an emerging field of medicine that has developed in response to the increasing age and complexity of patients and in the number of surgical procedures being performed. The course has been developed as a collaboration between perioperative medicine experts at both Monash University and University College London and aims to provide a comprehensive overview of topics considered important in the field.

Registration for the Monash University/UCL Perioperative Medicine Short Course 2022 has now opened. See more below or download the flier.

Congratulations to Dr Leo Chen on his PhD completion

Congratulations to Dr Leonard Chen on his PhD completion, on 16 March 2022. Leo was supervised by Professor Paul Fitzgerald and Professor Kate Hoy in CCS's Department of Psychiatry. His thesis is titled, "Improving Efficacy and Efficiency of Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS) Therapy in Major Depression and Comorbid Anxiety."

Leo's thesis examined repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation’s (rTMS) parameters and scheduling to optimise its efficacy and efficiency in treating depression. Depression is a common mental illness that often presents with anxiety symptoms, both of which can be difficult to treat.

28 Mar 2022

Thank you to Alex Dimitropoulos for GEDI work!

Ms Alex Dimitropoulos
Ms Alex Dimitropoulos is a PhD student in the Department of Diabetes, and has been the student representative on the Gender, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (GEDI) committee of the Central Clinical School. The GEDI chair, Dr Jessica Borger, writes:

"I wanted to acknowledge what an outstanding job Alex performed in her role within the committee. I was also very impressed by her confidence to participate actively in all of our meetings, and present and discuss the issues of students at the CCS so eloquently.

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