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New medical school solves regional doctors shortages

Wednesday 26 Apr 2017

A new and independent economic impact assessment provides a compelling case for the Murray Darling Medical School.

CSU leads new program in regional NSW to boost clinical training places

Thursday 13 Apr 2017

The success of CSU in securing a University Department of Rural Health is being hailed as a win for strong, vibrant and resilient communities in regional Australia.

Involving older people in aged care education

Tuesday 11 Apr 2017

A new research project at CSU aims to develop a resource to help older people share their experiences of ageing with those who are training to work in the aged care sector.

Fish ear bones to map migration

Monday 10 Apr 2017

Small bones inside a fish's ear will be used by CSU researchers to map the journey of migratory fish in the Mekong Delta in South East Asia.

Tool to bridge the communication divide

Thursday 6 Apr 2017

A CSU researcher has developed a tool to help multicultural research teams find the best ways of communicating with colleagues in developing countries.

Research shows impact of smoking and exercise

Monday 3 Apr 2017

CSU research has provided new insight into the impacts of smoking and exercise on the brain and immune system.

Search for ancient mammal in ancient land

Friday 31 Mar 2017

A team of internationally recognised researchers led by a CSU ecologist aim to solve a scientific riddle when they search for an ancient mammal in the rugged Kimberley region of Western Australia.

CSU boutique wine celebrates University connections

Wednesday 22 Mar 2017

CSU's new boutique wine to be launched on Wednesday 22 March is a toast to the expertise of Alumni and students.

Closing the Gap is good paramedicine

Thursday 16 Mar 2017

Providing greater opportunity for Indigenous people to train as paramedics is one way that CSU is helping to close the health-care gap.

Mapping for conservation

Tuesday 14 Mar 2017

CSU research is investigating the best way to apply species distribution modelling to support plant and animal conservation.

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