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Chinese uni delegation visit 1.3.07

Wednesday 28 Feb 2007
Charles Sturt University (CSU) officials will welcome executives from universities in China when they visit the University’s Bathurst Campus on Thursday 1 March to discuss the evolving relationship between the higher education institutions.

Researchers find the good oil in olive waste

Thursday 26 Oct 2006
New research by Charles Sturt University and the Heart Research Institute in Sydney suggests a beneficial new use of ‘waste’ from the production of olive oil that could be good for heart health.

A step in the right direction

Monday 22 May 2006
If you think the state's hospital waiting lists are shocking, have a look at the waiting lists for treatment in the public dental system. If you can afford a private dentist, a general shortage of practitioners threatens to create crisis in that sector as well.

A robust approach to frailty

Thursday 23 Feb 2006
Frailty is regarded as a knife-edge condition, like a waiter balancing an overloaded tray. As long as the tray stays balanced, it may be carried safely but if one plate falls off and the balance is upset, it is likely the plates will fall says Professor of Rural Pharmacy Patrick Ball from Charles Sturt University.

The first Professor of Rural Pharmacy

Friday 22 Apr 2005
In an Australian first, a Professor of Rural Pharmacy has been appointed after the NSW Department of Health and Charles Sturt University (CSU) joined forces to address the shortages of pharmacists.

Securing pharmacists into the future

Thursday 29 Apr 2004
A need to ensure future generations of pharmacists for rural and regional Australia has driven third generation pharmacist Peter Gissing to take the helm of the Charles Sturt Pharmacy Foundation.

Australia’s first Indigenous pharmacist

Friday 5 Sep 2003
Australia’s first indigenous pharmacy graduate is continuing her pioneering work by participating in the Pharmacy Academic at University Departments of Rural Health project to promote the profession in rural and remote communities.

Pharmacy's new generation

Wednesday 1 Jan 2003
Retiring regional pharmacists can rest assured that the next generation of pharmacists will continue to offer a high standard service, with students like Daniel Flavel preparing to graduate.

CSU welcomes National Party medical school support

Wednesday 1 Jan 2003
CSU Vice-Chancellor, Professor Andrew Vann, has welcomed the support of the NSW National Party for the University's rural medical school proposal.

CSU seeks new solutions for rural doctor shortages

Wednesday 1 Jan 2003
CSU will examine ways to provide rural and regional Australians with better access to medical services when it hosts rural health experts, rural doctors, government representatives and local government at a policy forum in Canberra on Friday 24 May.

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