Monthly Archives: August 2012
Some of the eclectic sculpture and artwork scattered around the grounds.
I took this photo in the summer, so be aware, it may not be as green in the midst of winter!
Technology has opened up a myriad of new avenues for news production and consumption, but there are dangers with the raw amount of sometimes potentially falsified information available on the web. Jade Peters, a University graduate, blogger and editorial journalist, … Continue reading
Australia is a world leader in human organ transplantation successes, but the historically low organ donation rate has capped the number of surgeries able to take place. However, with the recent momentum of Government community programs and awareness campaigns, focusing … Continue reading
Recently, Melbourne was host to the 4th Annual Reducing Hospital Re-admissions and Discharge Planning Conference. Patricia Doughney, conference speaker and Community Health care coordinator, discussed important issues and case studies from this Government Initiative to help individuals in the community … Continue reading
Melbourne is a wonderful, vibrant city. Breathtaking architecture, intriguing art, and a ‘cooler than cucumbers’ atmosphere. There are many, many, many tour buses shuttling around the masses of eager tourists with the standard camera pressed to face, and rosy … Continue reading