Professor Stan Grant Jnr commences new role at Charles Sturt University as the Vice-Chancellor's Chair of Australian-Indigenous Belonging, based in Wagga Wagga.
In the current environment health professionals may be looking to include the use of telehealth as a mode to deliver services within their current practice for both acute and chronic care.
First Indigenous student on track to complete the Graduate Diploma of Mammography is on a mission to improve the health of Indigenous women by creating a 'culturally safe environment' to encourage regular check ups.
Following the recent first anniversary of the 2019 mosques massacres in Christchurch, New Zealand, national and international policing and security services draw valuable insights into right wing extremism from Charles Sturt researchers and courses.
Dr Kumar Raghav has received the 2020 Giddon Award from the International Association of Dental Research for his joint study into virtual reality exposure therapy in the treatment of dental phobia.
Call for people who own or manage lamb feedlotting enterprises in Australia to complete a short survey online to aid research.
Two Charles Sturt University students have recently staged their co-authored co-production at an inner Sydney theatre.
A Charles Sturt University exercise and sports scientist has been recognised by Australia’s peak national exercise and sports science body as part of its 2020 International Women’s Day celebrations.
Charles Sturt University's Dr Richard Culas has spent time researching the waterways in Pakistan and said there can be a lot to be learned to benefit waterways on a global scale ahead of World Water Day on Sunday 22 March.
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