Nursing & midwifery

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Indigenous students awarded scholarships

Monday 27 Jul 2015

Scholarships designed to support Indigenous participation in higher education have been awarded to six motivated CSU students.

Public safety first - nursing academic standards

Monday 27 Apr 2015

A leading nursing academic at CSU is concerned about allegations of poor standards at some universities aired by the ABC TV Four Corners program on Monday 20 April.

Proposals could erode quality of aged care

Monday 16 Mar 2015

CSU academic Dr Maree Bernoth is using this Senior's Week to highlight proposed changes to government legislation she believes could erode the quality of residential aged care.

Nursing profession focus of new clinical school

Friday 21 Nov 2014

A new clinical school for nursing and midwifery students in southern NSW is being hailed as the first of its kind in the state.

Nursing in rural India

Monday 1 Sep 2014

A work placement in rural India has given a CSU nursing student a unique opportunity to reflect on how health care in a developing nation compares to practice in Australia.

Opening new learning about ageing

Thursday 12 Jun 2014

Ahead of World Elder Abuse Awareness Day this month, one Charles Sturt University (CSU) nursing academic is doing her bit to improve the quality of aged care in Australia by changing student attitudes to aged care.

A rural and regional backdrop to healthy ageing

Monday 26 May 2014

Healthy ageing in rural and regional Australia is the focus of a workshop being organised by Charles Sturt University (CSU) as part of its 2014 Explorations Series.

National student learning award for aged care advocate

Thursday 22 Aug 2013

A passionate long time advocate for improvements in residential aged care in Australia has been named as one of the CSU recipients of national awards for outstanding student learning.

Australian midwifery students give to women in Africa

Thursday 25 Jul 2013
As if it wasn’t enough to spend six straight days away from home and work studying for postgraduate qualifications, a group of midwifery students at CSU have donated money to help women in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

Nutritional neglect and dehydration found in aged care

Friday 24 May 2013
A picture of lonely dining experiences with poor quality and inadequate food has emerged in CSU research centred on nutrition and hydration in Australian residential aged care.

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