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.
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.
CSU medical ethicist Dr Alberto Giubilini believes making child immunisation mandatory would be a better policy than withholding welfare payments.
CSU lecturer Dr Rahena Akhter has been recognised with an award at the world's biggest dentistry conference.
The CSU paramedic graduates recently recruited to work with the London Ambulance Service will enjoy professional registration, something denied them in Australia.
London Ambulance Service offered jobs to 55 CSU paramedic graduates or third-year students when it visited Melbourne and Sydney in March to recruit Australian paramedics.