After the release of the 2017 Australian Human Rights Commission's report on sexual assault and harassment across the nations' universities, it became apparent that change within tertiary institutions was urgent.

However, the identification of this severe problem drew attention to it's existence within an even greater problem: peer-to-peer disrespect.


A core feature of this educational intervention is the extensive involvement of Monash students to assist in the development of content.

The project's research team utilised a range of student groups, including focus groups, advisory boards, and students from the university's Summer Scholar program, to accurately develop detailed and relevant training.

Presented at the ANZAHPE (Australian & New Zealand Association for Health Professional Educators) Conference 2018. 

Special Thanks to Department of General Practice, Monash University.

MEDOODLE© 2019 by Jessie Z.