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Charles Sturt nursing student selected for national industry conference

Monday, 16 Sep 2019

Charles Sturt nursing student selected for national industry conference Emma Aldrich always knew a career in rural healthcare was in her future, and now the high-performing Charles Sturt nursing student, who was recently selected to attend a national nursing conference, is more excited than ever to work in the field....

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Charles Sturt experts invited to advise Aged Care Royal Commission

Thursday, 12 Sep 2019

Charles Sturt experts invited to advise Aged Care Royal Commission Experts from Charles Sturt University were recently invited to meet with and brief representatives of the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety ahead of the Commission’s public meetings in Dubbo and Mudgee next week. Charles Sturt experts recently...

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Couple’s book examines cultural competence in Indigenous healthcare

Wednesday, 11 Sep 2019

Couple’s book examines cultural competence in Indigenous healthcare Charles Sturt academic and husband co-edit textbook to reinforce cultural competence in Indigenous healthcare. Charles Sturt academic releases book co-edited with husband Textbook supports clinicians’ development of Indigenous Australian cultural competence The book features case studies from the community, allied health professionals,...

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Charles Sturt academics in line for top honours at Women’s Agenda Leadership Awards

Friday, 30 Aug 2019

Charles Sturt academics in line for top honours at Women’s Agenda Leadership Awards Associate Professor Faye McMillan and Dr Abeer Alsadoon named as finalists in Emerging Leader in the Government or Public Sector category. Associate Professor Faye McMillan and Dr Abeer Alsadoon finalists in Emerging Leader in the Government or...

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From chance to change-maker: Charles Sturt's Dr Faye McMillan

Monday, 27 May 2019

From chance to change-maker: Charles Sturt's Dr Faye McMillan NSW Indigenous Woman of the Year Dr Faye McMillan talks about her experiences in pharmacy, her foray into mental health and her work as an Atlantic Fellow. “Anything is possible.” For Charles Sturt University (Charles Sturt) Associate Professor and NSW Indigenous...

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Let’s support our senior women

Friday, 8 Mar 2019

Let’s support our senior women As we celebrate International Women’s Day today (Friday 8 March), A CSU ageing expert reminds us to remember a group of women who are often lost in the media landscape. * Mature aged women who have long cared for others, can be a forgotten group...

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CSU in Port Macquarie awarded $15 million injection from NSW Government

Thursday, 7 Mar 2019

CSU in Port Macquarie awarded $15 million injection from NSW Government Charles Sturt University (CSU) in Port Macquarie will become the largest international teaching and learning centre in regional NSW, with today’s funding announcement from the NSW Government. * NSW Government contributes $15 million dedicated to new facilities at Port...

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CSU hosts international conference on ageing and spirituality

Thursday, 7 Feb 2019

CSU hosts international conference on ageing and spirituality The CSU Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture in Canberra will host an international conference on ageing and spirituality in late October 2019. * Australia’s ageing population in focus in 2019 with Royal Commission and new care standards * Conference relevant to...

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CSU graduate profile: Steven Tougher

Monday, 17 Dec 2018

CSU graduate profile: Steven Tougher Charles Sturt University (CSU) graduate Mr Steven Tougher said flexible study and strong reputation led him to choose the University’s Bachelor of Nursing via online study. Graduate says online study and strong reputation reasons for choosing CSU Joined Online Study SRC to get more involved...

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Scholarships worth $380,000 available for CSU health students

Wednesday, 5 Dec 2018

Scholarships worth $380,000 available for CSU health students 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. * 76 scholarships worth $5,000 each available to CSU nursing and...

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High-visibility record attempt for rural mental health awareness

Thursday, 11 Oct 2018

High-visibility record attempt for rural mental health awareness Three Rivers University Department of Rural Health at CSU helped raise awareness of mental health by being a part of the official Guinness World Record-breaking attempt in Wagga Wagga on Wednesday 10 October. * World Mental Health Day highlights the need for...

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Royal Commission into aged care: a chance to hear from different voices

Monday, 17 Sep 2018

Royal Commission into aged care: a chance to hear from different voices A CSU academic who has long advocated for a Royal Commission into Australia’s aged care system welcomes the announcement by the Prime Minister to establish a Royal Commission into the aged care industry. * Long-term advocate for a...

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