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In February next year, 20 brave people just like you, will be walking to the top of Mt. Kilimanjaro to raise vital funds and awareness for Monash Health.
Over the next few weeks we will introduce you to some of the wonderful people who have already registered – each with their own inspirational story to tell. You are also invited to join the team.
There are only 12 spots left on the 2019 Monash Health Mt. Kilimanjaro Climb!
To register your interest and find out more visit inspiredadventures.com.au/events/Monash_Health_Kili_2019/ Together we can imagine a healthier future.
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This week over 120 physiotherapists attended the 6th Annual Physiotherapy and Exercise Physiology Research and Innovation Conference at Monash Health.
Presentations were themed into Models of Care, Falls Prevention and Service Review and Development and covered the continuum of care from acute through sub-acute to the community.
It was fantastic to hear about the incredible research taking place and see how our Monash Health Physiotherapy and Exercise Physiology research culture has grown over the years.
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Lisa McLeod, a Psychologist at Black Dog Institute, visited our staff at Dandenong Hospital for R U OK Day to speak about mental health and wellbeing in the workplace.
Lisa provided insight into how anxiety, depression and other mental health issues can affect our wellbeing in the workplace, and how to start a conversation about mental health.
1 in 5 Australians are affected by mental illness each year, and the workplace can play a significant role in our mental health and wellbeing.
If you notice that a friend, loved one, colleague, team mate or neighbour is struggling, there has been a change in their behaviour or you feel like something is not quite right, start the conversation and ask #RUOK?
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Today is national R U OK? Day.
R U OK Day encourages everyone to stay connected and have meaningful conversations.
If you notice that a friend, loved one, colleague, team mate or neighbour is struggling, there has been a change in their behaviour or you feel like something is not quite right, start the conversation and ask R U OK?
There are four simple steps to have the conversation:
1. Ask R U OK?
3. Encourage action
4. Check in
Every day is R U OK? Day – today is the day to start a conversation that could change a life.
Join the conversation movement! #ruokday
Find out ‘How to Ask’ ruok.org.au/how-to-ask
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🚨Congratulations to Monash Newborn @MonashChildrens @MonashHealth who enrolled their first @PlussTrial baby today! They become the third participating centre, led by Dr Risha Bhatia.
Today is national #RUOKDay. Stay connected and have meaningful conversations. Start a conversation that could change a life and ask R U OK? @ruokday #ruokday2018
Congratulations to our 2018 Victorian Public Healthcare Awards finalists!
Monash Health is proud to be a finalist in five categories for the 2018 Victorian Public Healthcare Awards. https://t.co/KkYucLsMfR