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Registered nurses in aged care: how will Australia address the staffing shortfall?

Thursday, 17 Sep 2020

Registered nurses in aged care: how will Australia address the staffing shortfall? A nursing expert says COVID-19 has put a bigger public spotlight on the shortage of registered nurses in Australia’s aged care sector and, without appropriate interventions, this shortfall and the care of residents in the sector will only...

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Participants needed for COVID-19-related racism study

Wednesday, 2 Sep 2020

Participants needed for COVID-19-related racism study Charles Sturt University researchers are inviting residents from four regional NSW communities to take part in a study investigating the connection between COVID-19-related racism and healthcare. Researchers from Charles Sturt invite people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds living in Albury-Wodonga, Wagga Wagga, Griffith...

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Charles Sturt fosters a culture of giving back to students

Friday, 28 Aug 2020

Charles Sturt fosters a culture of giving back to students CSUGive Scholarship recipient Mrs Kristy Williams tells of how the scholarship helped her achieve her educational dreams and become a midwife in Wagga Wagga. More than $50,000 has been donated by staff in 2020 so far through the CSUGive Staff...

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Agreement gives Charles Sturt nursing students access to free expert tutoring

Tuesday, 16 Jun 2020

Agreement gives Charles Sturt nursing students access to free expert tutoring The service will provide students with free expert tutoring to offer high-quality content-specific assistance to help them in their studies, and will be available to Charles Sturt Bachelor of Nursing and Graduate Diploma of Nursing students. Charles Sturt University...

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Study to investigate links between COVID-19-related racism and healthcare in regional areas

Tuesday, 9 Jun 2020

Study to investigate links between COVID-19-related racism and healthcare in regional areas Charles Sturt has awarded funding for a study that will investigate the connection between COVID-19-related racism and healthcare access in four regional NSW communities. Charles Sturt awards $30,000 for study investigating the intersections between experiences of COVID-19-related racism...

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The job as a newly-qualified nurse during COVID-19

Monday, 1 Jun 2020

The job as a newly-qualified nurse during COVID-19 Little more than a year after graduating, 22-year-old Charles Sturt University nursing alumna Ms Mairead Sheehy (pictured) has learned to adapt in a frontline clinical role at Bathurst Hospital in the era of the COVID-19 pandemic. “The COVID-19 pandemic has challenged me...

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Academics explore what self-isolation in a pandemic looks like for remote Indigenous communities

Friday, 15 May 2020

Academics explore what self-isolation in a pandemic looks like for remote Indigenous communities Charles Sturt Professor of Nursing Julian Grant helps delve into what self-isolation looks like when you in remote Aboriginal communities in Australia. By Charles Sturt University Professor of Nursing with the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Indigenous...

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Charles Sturt thanks nurses and midwives for their dedication

Monday, 11 May 2020

Charles Sturt thanks nurses and midwives for their dedication Charles Sturt reflects on its role educating nurses and midwives and thanks those in the health profession ensuring our residents stay safe and healthy ahead of International Year of the Nurse and Midwife. Founding academic of Charles Sturt’s nursing program praised...

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Indigenous students on the right course to help mental health issues

Tuesday, 7 Apr 2020

Indigenous students on the right course to help mental health issues “The course has been collaboratively designed with community-based organisations and the mental health sectors specifically for Indigenous students." Gamilaraay nation woman Mrs Georgina O’Neill reflects on importance of study with Charles Sturt University University’s Djirruwang program has long history...

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Charles Sturt officially launches Bachelor of Nursing at Port Macquarie

Thursday, 28 Nov 2019

Charles Sturt officially launches Bachelor of Nursing at Port Macquarie Charles Sturt in Port Macquarie will welcome its first cohort of approximately 60 nursing students in March 2020 Celebration planned to mark arrival of Bachelor of Nursing at Charles Sturt in Port Macquarie in 2020 State-of-the-art facility to host University...

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Nursing students return from life-changing trip to Cambodia

Thursday, 21 Nov 2019

Nursing students return from life-changing trip to Cambodia Second-year nursing students return from Cambodia where they educated people living in remote villages and visited a hospital to learn international practices. Thirteen second-year Charles Sturt Nursing students assisted to provide sanitary items and education in remote high schools and clinics in...

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Nursing students to provide vital health care in Cambodia

Thursday, 31 Oct 2019

Nursing students to provide vital health care in Cambodia Second-year nursing students from Charles Sturt in Wagga Wagga, Albury-Wodonga and Bathurst to provide education on chronic diseases in Cambodia. Thirteen second-year nursing students from Charles Sturt to travel to Cambodia to provide health care and education Students will also visit...

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