Allied health

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More resources not more tests needed for classrooms

Tuesday 31 Jan 2017

A CSU paediatric speech pathologist argues more resources rather than a new test is the key to helping Australian school children with difficulties in phonics and reading.

The price of a healthy diet in western NSW

Monday 28 Nov 2016

CSU research has found a basic healthy diet can cost up to around a third of some family's income support payments, shining new light on food stress in western NSW.

CSU student shines as future paramedic

Thursday 13 Oct 2016
A CSU paramedicine student has won a national award with the prediction she'll have a 'significant' future impact on her chosen profession.

Harnessing virtual technology to teach health students

Wednesday 6 Jul 2016

CSU is tapping into virtual technology to give allied health students a unique learning experience.

Research points to new treatment for stuttering

Monday 6 Jun 2016
New treatment methods that change the way that people stress syllables when they speak, could help reduce stuttering, according to research by a CSU academic.

Hands up to talk about sex

Monday 23 Nov 2015

The search is on for participants in a new study at CSU on the impact of upper limb injuries or conditions on sexual activity.

Physiotherapy students assist young Indigenous footballers

Wednesday 16 Sep 2015

There's been high praise for ten physiotherapy students at CSU involved in a rugby league carnival in Sydney for Indigenous boys from regional NSW.

New physiotherapy clinic opens for Albury community

Monday 2 Mar 2015

CSU and Flex Out Physiotherapy will open a new physiotherapy clinic at CSU in Albury-Wodonga, boosting access to health services for local residents.

Graduation for Daniel and his dog

Tuesday 16 Dec 2014

Amongst the 700 CSU graduates to take the stage in Albury this week will be one with four legs and a tail.

SpICE helps Aboriginal health in Griffith

Monday 15 Dec 2014

The Specialist Integrated Community Engagement program at CSU has won praise from the Griffith Aboriginal Medical Service and from a graduate who now works there.

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