The Royal Melbourne Hospital’s A/Prof Luke Burchill was among the winners of the City of Melbourne’s 2021 Melbourne Awards at the weekend.
The Royal Melbourne Hospital’s Associate Professor Luke Burchill was among the winners of the City of Melbourne’s 2021 Melbourne Awards at the weekend.
A/Prof Burchill was recognised for his efforts developing RMHive, a mental health support app that helps healthcare workers feel informed, supported and connected during the COVID-19 pandemic, and beyond.
The RMHive app was co-designed for and by RMH health workers, and features expert advice on mental health coping strategies, allows users to track their emotional state, includes a section to give light-hearted relief, plus more essential resources and information for health workers and their families.
A/Prof Burchill won the 2021 Knowledge and Innovation Award, a new category at this year’s awards. The Victorian Cancer Biobank was also a finalist in the category – the RMH houses one of the VCB’s five main tissue banks.
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