The rollercoaster of COVID-19 easing
As COVID-19 restrictions ease in Victoria, a University of Melbourne expert says it’s important to remember that in terms of next steps – we make our own luck.
Gathering lessons from COVID-19 health workers as they happen
Voice memos from health workers are being used to confidentially capture their experience of the pandemic, in a project led by the University of Melbourne.
The crucial role of physiotherapists in COVID-19 recovery
From intensive care to rehabilitation, University of Melbourne experts look at the role of physiotherapists on the frontline helping COVID-19 patients recover.
Architecture and design in a post-pandemic world
For a post-pandemic world, some architecture and design features can support infection control, as the past has shown, explain University of Melbourne experts.
Test smarter not harder for an agile system
Knowing who is being tested, why, and counting close contacts is the key to an agile and effective COVID-19 testing strategy say University of Melbourne experts
Making sense of Victoria’s daily COVID-19 cases – and (maybe) some good news
A University of Melbourne expert says batching explains why the number of new COVID-19 cases in Victoria is a rollercoaster, but this may also mean good news.
How Timor-Leste has mobilised against COVID-19
Timor-Leste is now COVID-19 free, but ongoing threats of pandemic disruption could have longer term impacts on the country warn University of Melbourne experts.
Use Stage 4 wisely, or not at all
A University of Melbourne expert says if Stage 4 restrictions are introduced in Victoria to tackle a spike in COVID-19 cases, there has to be a worthy goal.
Bonus Episode: Life Beyond Coronavirus: The Expert View
Life Beyond Coronavirus: The Expert View brings together an expert panel of University of Melbourne researchers and academics to review the latest COVID-19 data
Testing wildlife could stop pandemics in their tracks
The key to reducing disease in humans is proactive disease surveillance in animals; we already have the technology to do it say University of Melbourne experts.