The art and science of dance
University of Melbourne's Professor Emma Redding wrote the world’s first masters degree in Dance Science – a now growing discipline in the dance profession
Taking on blood cancer - actively
Having blood cancer can be overwhelming, but professionally-guided exercise even when unwell is safe and can boost recovery, says University of Melbourne expert
Crafting your work to increase job satisfaction
By enabling staff to take greater control over their work, job crafting can help drive greater employee wellbeing, say University of Melbourne experts
There is no ‘normal’
Science Gallery Melbourne's MENTAL: Head Inside finds dreams, hallucinations or reality are a product of the same thing – so there's no such thing as normal.
Mental Health ≠ Wellbeing
Science Gallery Melbourne's MENTAL: Head Inside explores the tendency to link mental health and wellbeing as an inseparable conceptual couple, when they're not.
Judicial stress falls heaviest on magistrates
A survey of Australian judicial officers finds magistrates are the most vulnerable to stress and burnout, according to University of Melbourne research
Are you OK Australia?
HILDA Survey shows high life satisfaction in Australia, but Indigenous Australians, immigrants and unemployed, not so good says a University of Melbourne expert
The science of supporting others
University of Melbourne experts provide six evidence-based tips for providing support in times of extreme change –finding our ‘COVID normal'.
What does a great day at work look like?
The University of Melbourne's Dr Rebecca Jarden’s training in nursing led her to research what a balanced approach to measuring wellbeing for nurses looks like.
A University of Melbourne expert asks if we are undervaluing the role that beauty salon workers can play in reaching some of society’s most vulnerable members.