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CSU physiotherapy student presented Honours research in Hong Kong

Tuesday 27 Nov 2018

Charles Sturt University (CSU) final-year Bachelor of Physiotherapy student Ms Claire Smart recently presented her Honours research paper at the 11th Pan-Pacific Conference on Rehabilitation in Hong Kong.

Celebrating 20 years of speech pathology at CSU

Friday 23 Nov 2018

The first speech pathology and therapy degree in Australia to be offered outside a metropolitan area celebrates 20 years on Friday 30 November, demonstrating the need for training allied health professionals for regional and rural Australia in the regions.

Using the arts to create quality care for people living with dementia

Thursday 15 Nov 2018

A CSU research proposal aims to enhance the quality of life of people living with dementia in the Mid North Coast region by examining their experiences in creative and arts-based programs.

Interim Head of the CSU and WSU Joint Program in Medicine announced

Tuesday 13 Nov 2018

Charles Sturt University (CSU) welcomes Professor Amanda Barnard as interim Head of School for the Charles Sturt University and Western Sydney University (WSU) Joint Program in Medicine.

Equally Well website relaunched to improve mental health

Monday 15 Oct 2018

The national Equally Well campaign has recently launched a new website to help people living with mental illness.

National double acclaim for CSU speech, language and hearing team

Monday 1 Oct 2018

CSU speech pathology researchers have received the double honour of being named ‘Australia’s Research Field Leaders’ in both the individual ‘Field Leader’ and ‘Leading Institution’ categories.

Royal Commission into aged care: a chance to hear from different voices

Sunday 16 Sep 2018

A CSU academic who has long advocated for a Royal Commission into Australia’s aged care system welcomes the announcement by the Prime Minister to establish a Royal Commission into the aged care industry.

Tenacity leads to professional friendship and prestigious scholarship

Wednesday 12 Sep 2018

When he first sought to come to Australia from Iraq in 1992, little did Dr Karim Hashim Al-Saedi know it would take 26 years to reach his goal.

CSU research: How Hendra and Nipah viruses hijack nuclear trafficking machinery in human cells

Wednesday 12 Sep 2018

CSU research has uncovered new information about how two deadly viruses, Nipah and Hendra, replicate.

Sport as leisure, not as panacea: new book

Monday 27 Aug 2018

A new book cautions against political elevation of sport as a cure-all for social ills.

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