The Pandemic and Professional Evidence bases: Lessons learned from an Education, Practice and Primary Healthcare Perspective
This panel discussion covers how the evidence base that underpins the nursing profession has been influenced by the COVID-19 pandemic, and what research is now necessary to build our knowledge base
CDU Weekend Art Immersion series 2020
It is time to immerse yourself in creative endeavours and try something new or maybe even further a professional practice.
Get Baked! Is your research good enough to eat?
Calling all College of Nursing & Midwifery, Honours, Masters and PhD students, as well as any staff working on research projects to create a foody representation of their research topic.
CDU Virtual Open Day
Join us on a journey of discovery and find out where CDU can take you to learn about internationally recognised courses, access course information on-demand, for a whole year, visit our virtual car
Research Impact Summit
The 2020 Research Impact Summit features over 20 speaker sessions led by research impact experts, researchers, proven practitioners and influencers from government, policy and business.
The Dialysis Models of Care Project - Determining value for money
Menzies School of Health Research
One Disease - short film and new resources
A showcase of resources developed by One Disease for use in media campaigns to promote Scabies Free Zones and provide an update on plans for the final phase of work.
Realist influence in the real world: A case study
Policy and program evaluation is a form of applied social research. Dr Gill Westhorp examinses one relatively recent evaluation that seems to have had more use than some.
What a waste! Where do solar panels go to die?
Managing waste from removed solar photovoltaics (PV) is increasingly becoming a global problem.
Indigenous Women in Science: A framework for Leadership, Knowledge, Innovation and Complexity
Dr Tracy Woodroffe provides an overview of the Women in Science project and a list of considerations developed from listening to the Indigenous women participants and their messages.
The Territory and Me – a quest to understand migration drivers
Dr Sigurd Dyrting and Fiona Shally explore survey results of migration behaviours in the NT.
Research Enhancement Program for HDR students, supervisors and staff
Research-based workshops to provide skills training for Higher Degree by Research (HDR) students, supervisors and staff.
CDU Parent Information Session - Casuarina Campus
Join us at a Parent Information Session to learn about course options, entry requirements, pathways, how to apply, student support services, scholarships and much more.
CDU Live: Scholarships to support your study
Find out what financial support is available to help you through the tough economic times ahead.
CDU Live: Let's myth-bust VET
Let’s debunk some rumours about the Vocational Education and Training sector and hear how these skills can help shape successful careers.