A CSU academic has taken her long-term advocacy for quality care in residential aged care facilities to NSW policy-makers.
Charles Sturt University (CSU) has announced a new direction in its leading pharmacy program in regional Australia.
Working in mobile health clinics in remote mountain villages was just part of the adventure for a group of CSU nursing students and their lecturer during a recent trip to Thailand.
A CSU researcher is working with colleagues in China as part of the push to develop healthier grains and functional foods.
Scholarships designed to support Indigenous participation in higher education have been awarded to six motivated CSU students.
A pharmacy student from CSU has been elected to head the peak body for pharmacy students across Australia, the National Australian Pharmacy Students' Association.
The figures from an international study trip to Cambodia by 12 CSU students are impressive. The dental science and oral health students treated 557 patients, mainly children, with another 95 consultations during the international study experience in June and July.
Research at CSU is examining the potential benefits of olive fruit and leaf compounds in the prevention and treatment of Alzheimer's disease.
From treating elite athletes through to applying band-aids for spectators, CSU paramedic students put their training to good use at the recent Australian Ironman in Port Macquarie.