Two Monash Malaysia professors are part of global slum revitalisation projectProfessors Daniel Reidpath and Professor Pascale Allotey are part of an international research consortium which was awarded an AUD $14 million grant.
SEACO awarded with ISO 9001 certificationISO 9001:2008 adds credibility to SEACO.
SEACO Friends Award recognises community members, leaders and stakeholdersThe Monash SEACO Friends Award Ceremony was held to honour the people who have been instrumental in facilitating community engagement effort. <
New Frontiers in Dengue Viral Infections
“New Frontiers in Dengue Viral Infections: A Community Based Study at Kampung Abdullah, Taman Segar and Kampung Jawa, Mukim Sungai Segamat, Segamat, Johor” is a new study by the Malaysian Ministry of Health with Monash Univeristy and SEACO as the collaborators and research platform.
→ Malay news article published on Utusan Online – "Kajian denggi libatkan Kampung Abdullah, Mukim Sungai Segamat"
→ Chinese news article published on Sinchew Online – "骨痛熱症研究啟動–400志願者成跟進對象"
Professor Daniel Reidpath spoke about how the general population lacks concern for pertinent issues such as global warming, poverty or rising carbon dioxide emissions at the fourth instalment of the PechaKucha.
Professor of Population Health and Head of Public Health Dr Daniel Reidpath interviewed by BFM 89.9 on factors that contribute to the rising costs of healthcare and whether we can arrest it.
An international consortium, led by Monash University's Sunway campus, has established a 'community health laboratory' at Segamat, with the official title of South East Asia Community Observatory (SEACO). It will bring together researchers to track and assess the health and wellbeing of the surrounding community.
The health and demographic surveillance system (DHSS) pioneered by Monash University Sunway campus’ South East Asia Community Observatory (SEACO) is seeking academic partners to contribute to this growing multi-disciplinary effort.
Australian scientists will join an international research team in establishing a community health laboratory in Malaysia to gain new insight into preventing chronic disease across South East Asia.
The University of Copenhagen (UCPH) now collaborates with Monash University Malaysia on SEACO - a community health observatory. 70,000 people in the Malaysian district of Segamat will be invited to join the project that is taking off now in January 2012 and will give a unique insight to how e.g. culture, family, jobs and the economy shape the transition in life style.
Professor of Population Health and Head of Public Health Dr Daniel Reidpath interviewed by BFM 89.9 on what universal healthcare coverage really means and what roles the different governmental and private agencies play in the situation.
Professor of Population Health and Head of Public Health Dr Daniel Reidpath interviewed by BFM 89.9 on "Issues related to access to healthcare".