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Loren Smith from Early Learning Review, news editor Patrick Avenell and James Wells from Education Review and Campus Review.

Talking Eds, Episode 6: PPD’s hidden victims, Melbourne’s new MATRIX, seniors on the internet

In Episode 6 of Talking Eds, the team behind Campus Review, Education Review and Early Learning Review discuss post-partum depression (PPD) in new dads, a new maths hub in Melbourne, tech skills in senior citizens and the 2016 federal election.

In place of James Wells, who is currently on holiday, the team welcomes Wesley Kington to the pod. Plus, Dallas Bastion, editor of Aged Care Insite, drops by to offer his expert views.

In Part 1, Loren talks about her article on the hidden suffers of PPD: new fathers. Part 2 sees Wesley hit the pod studio for the first time to chat about MATRIX, a new joint initiative from Monash and UniMelb to bring the best maths minds in the world together. In Part 3, we welcome Dallas to the mic to chat about the hows and whys of teaching senior citizens how to use technology to access the internet. Finally, in Part 4, the gang gives their thoughts on the election campaign.

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