CALDER videos boost diversity of participants in clinical trials

A video series has been designed to make clinical trials more accessible to people from (CALD) backgrounds.

20 May 2021

Care of the Ageing Leadership Announcements

MACH announces new Co-Chairs for the Committee and launch of an Emerging Leader Network

27 Jan 2021

World Osteoporosis Day

World Osteoporosis Day is a great time to raise awareness of ways to maintain bone health, especially in older adults

20 Oct 2020

National Asthma Awareness Week

Explore why rates of children readmitting to hospital with asthma is on the rise with Prof Harriet Hiscock and Dr Katherine Chen

2 Sep 2020

Survey: Understanding ethical research with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities

Conducted by the Aboriginal Leadership Group and the Cardiovascular Health Equity Group

25 March 2021

ALG joins MACH Board

As the nation celebrates NAIDOC Week, MACH welcomes the Aboriginal Leadership Group

13 Oct 2020

Webinar Series

A series of online forums focusing on social isolation and social prescribing are launching soon

28 Sep 2020

$40m MRFF Frontiers Grant awarded to MACH-affiliated stroke research project 

The Stroke Golden Hour project, which will transform diagnosis and treatment of stroke.  

8 March 2021

Ageing Research Review 

MACH Care of the Ageing's first Ageing & Aged Care Research Review maps the breadth of partner research in Melbourne's health sector

13 Oct 2020

Funding awarded

MACH is supporting an MRFF grant allowing MACH Care of the Ageing Committee’s Dr Suzanne Kapp to tackle the rise of pressure injuries in aged care. 

21 Sep 2020


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