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CSU academic contributes to genocide discussion in new book

Thursday 19 Oct 2017

CSU Professor of Rural Health Linda Shields contributes to the Australian genocide discussion with the publication ofGenocide Perspectives V: A Global Crime, Australian Voices.

National award for book championing aged care

Monday 16 Oct 2017

A national award has been bestowed on the publishers of a book by a CSU nursing academic and her editor.

New role for quality aged care

Thursday 5 Oct 2017

CSU and Catholic Healthcare have announced the appointment of Associate Professor Marguerite Bramble as the inaugural Clinical Chair in Aged Care Practice Innovation.

CSU nursing student aims for the stars

Sunday 25 Jun 2017

CSU student Mrs Corinne Cameron has a clear goal – to make a difference to her family and her community in NSW Central West.

Preventing elder abuse with quality aged care

Wednesday 14 Jun 2017

On World Elder Abuse Awareness Day, a CSU academic is renewing her support for more registered nurses in NSW aged care homes to deliver a high standard of care to elderly residents.

New academic role to research quality aged care

Friday 9 Dec 2016
A Memorandum of Understanding has been signed by CSU and Catholic Healthcare to further quality research into residential aged care.

Clear vision for nursing students’ trip to Thailand

Thursday 26 May 2016

When CSU nursing students travel to Thailand to provide health care and education in June, they also hope to deliver much needed eye glasses for local villagers.

Nurses lost in WW2 hospital ship sinking remembered

Sunday 8 May 2016

The roles of Australian nurses in conflict will be remembered this Sunday 15 May during a ceremony in Bathurst to mark the sinking of the Australian Hospital Ship (AHS)Centaur

in 1943.

A question of ethics in health research

Thursday 31 Mar 2016

An internationally recognised academic from CSU is stressing the importance of looking to history in defence of ethical human research.

The aged care workforce of the future

Tuesday 1 Mar 2016

Care for older Indigenous Australians, along with education and recruitment for aged care workers are the key issues CSU academic Dr Maree Bernoth wants a federal parliamentary inquiry to consider.

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