14 Sep 2014

Media mentions

08/09/2014 Professor Peter Gibson, Head of the Department of Gastroenterology is said to be 'sceptical' of the symptoms of gluten sensitivity.  He is said to believe that Fodmaps (carbohydrates found in food containing gluten), may be to blame and that the industry has taken advantage of the gluten-free craze.  He said that people who go gluten-free put themselves at risk of nutritional inadequacy.
SBS TV

08/09/2014 Ms Dussy Kuttner, Communications Assistant (CCS & SPHPM), describes how sexual harrassment and binge drinking take place at Monash University orientation week camps run by Monash clubs and societies, and many girls have reported that the bullying and harrassment have subsequently affected their psychological wellbeing. The activities are not regulated by Monash University. 3AW, syndicated to regional radio stations.

09/09/2014 Dr Jane Muir, Department of Gastroenterology, will speak at the inaugural Foods for Specific Populations Conference on 17 September.
Australian Food News
http://ausfoodnews.com.au/2014/09/08/dna-technology-changing-dietary-therapy-one-of-the-hot-topics-at-the-upcoming-foods-for-specific-populations-conference.html

 
10/09/2014 Professor Jayashri Kulkarni, Director, MAPrc, discusses violent words, not just deeds, leaving a lasting mark on our kids.  She said that Family violence includes physical, sexual, mental, neglect or negligent forms of assaults.
The Conversation
http://theconversation.com/violent-words-not-just-deeds-leave-a-lasting-mark-on-our-kids-31374