CSU and Royal Far West have joined with media outlet Nine Australian Community Media to advocate for improved services to children and families in rural and remote areas.
Research as part of the Active Living Longer (ALLong) program held at CSU in Bathurst launched last June shows benefits for the participants.
Asked whether it is safe for a woman to run for exercise while pregnant, a CSU social science researcher gives a qualified ‘yes’, if …
A scholar from Vietnam graduates from CSU in Bathurst today with a PhD in speech and language acquisition.
Seventy-six scholarships worth $5,000 each – with a total value of $380,000 − are available for commencing and continuing students who study a range of health courses at CSU in 2019.
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.
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.
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.
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