31st May 2018
Angela Sdrinis discusses a recent Victorian case that will be of particular interest to abuse lawyers, exploring the question of whether medical records which contain confidential communications can be subpoenaed in matters of sexual assault.
7th Sep 2017
Approximately 50% of women who have had children will suffer some degree of pelvic organ prolapse. For thousands of those women, urogynaecological surgical mesh has been presented as a viable option. It is only recently that public has been made aware of the associated physical and psychological complications.
3rd Aug 2017
AHRC released a report on sexual assault and harassment of university students. The report details disturbing instances of sexual assault and harassment.