News


05 August 2019

Research has found the increase in antimicrobial resistance (AMR) could lead to common bacterial infections becoming untreatable.

Dr Mark Plummer awarded top honour for ICU examination
02 August 2019

Royal Melbourne Hospital ICU registrar Dr Mark Plummer has recently been awarded the top honour following successfully completing the College of Intensive Care Medicine (CICM) fellowship exam.

DonateLife Week 28 July - 4 August
29 July 2019

As home to the highest number of organ donors in Australia in 2018, the Royal Melbourne Hospital is proud to celebrate DonateLife Week.

vegetables in a wooden crate
19 July 2019

A Royal Melbourne Hospital dietitian has stressed that while healthy eating plays an important role in reducing risk of type 2 diabetes, it is just one of many factors involved.

16 July 2019

The Royal Melbourne Hospital is leading an international trial to investigate whether a CT scan is the best method in detecting early lung cancer.

close up of a blood test vial
11 July 2019

Most news items about Aboriginal health paint a dark story about the high rates of disease – not this one.

Staphylococcus aureus (golden staph) strain ATCC 29213 cultivated on BHI plate
09 July 2019

Infectious disease experts from around Australia are calling for urgent action to address antibiotic resistance before it has a dangerous impact on remote Aboriginal communities.

Professor Stephen Davis
03 July 2019

Director of the Melbourne Brain Centre Professor Stephen Davis has received the International Cooperation Award at the fifth Annual Scientific Session of Chinese Stroke Association & TISC 2019.

25 June 2019

The Emergency Department is at the heart of The Royal Melbourne Hospital and is often the first place patients come when they arrive.

24 June 2019

Research into measles cases in Victoria has shown a number of people who were hospitalised with the disease had been vaccinated at least once in the past, but their immunity had waned over time.