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Broadening horizons for tomorrow's pharmacists

Monday 12 Sep 2011
There is no shortage of interest from Australian pharmacy students in a national conference at CSU for the next generation of pharmacists.

CSU pharmacy students awarded scholarships

Monday 1 Aug 2011
Growing up in a small country town has inspired Charles CSU student Ms Melissa McIntyre to pursue a career in pharmacy to help fill the gaps in rural health care.

Scholarship support for local students

Monday 16 May 2011
The generosity of the local region in its support of CSU in Wagga Wagga will be on display when the annual Scholarship Presentation Ceremony is held on Wednesday 18 May.

Pharmacy students work to 'close the gap'

Wednesday 30 Jun 2010
Pharmacy students from CSU have returned from a remote part of Australia where they worked on an important project to rid the local Indigenous communities of two common but treatable diseases.

Vaccination in Australian pharmacies?

Wednesday 10 Mar 2010
CSU has begun vaccination training with its pharmacy students in the strongly held belief Australia will follow an international trend to allow pharmacists to vaccinate.

Flexibility key to health care planning for rural Australia

Wednesday 12 Aug 2009
Accessibility and human rights, instead of rigid funding models, should be the priorities when planning health care services for rural and remote Australia says a leading CSU academic.

Valuing the future of rural pharmacy

Thursday 1 May 2008
Pharmacy students studying at CSU have secured valuable financial assistance for their four years of study through the nationally competitive Rural and Remote Pharmacy Scholarship Scheme.

One size does not fit all

Monday 31 Mar 2008
A physiotherapist is treating two people with low back pain. One is a tall, older man and the other is a younger, shorter, over-weight woman. The physiotherapist is faced with a dilemma: "how do I treat these people?" A book edited by a Charles Sturt University academic helps health professionals in these decisions in the light of the current health system.

CSU to focus on broader agenda

Friday 4 Jan 2008
Funding of the Australian higher education sector over the last decade has been an ongoing issue for universities, according to Charles Sturt University's acting Vice-Chancellor and Vice-President, Professor Lyn Gorman.

Continuing education for pharmacists in rural NSW

Tuesday 11 Sep 2007
Charles Sturt University (CSU) hosted its third Continuing Education Day for 2007 on Sunday 9 September on the University's Wagga Wagga, Orange and Dubbo Campuses for pharmacists living and working in rural NSW.

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