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Health response to disasters in the spotlight

Our national response to natural and manmade disasters will be in the spotlight at a public lecture to be held at Charles Darwin University (CDU) on May 10.

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More qualified paramedics for the Territory

Charles Darwin University (CDU) is educating the next generation of paramedics to grow the local workforce and increase the capacity of primary health services in the Northern Territory.

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Centre for Better Health Futures in the Territory

Charles Darwin University’s (CDU) NT Centre for Better Health Futures (Centre) is set to expand capacity in health education and training in the Territory.

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First rural and remote health symposium to be hosted in Alice Springs

Charles Darwin University (CDU) will host the first NT rural and remote health symposium in Alice Springs, Better Health Futures: Building a rural and remote health workforce in the Territory.

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Charles Darwin University (CDU) social work lecturer Hannah Taino-Spick is a finalist in the 2022 Mary Moylan NT Social Worker of the Year Award.

CDU lecturer recognised in NT Social Worker of the Year

A Charles Darwin University (CDU) social work lecturer has been recognised in the 2022 Mary Moylan NT Social Worker of the Year Award.

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A new Master of Dietetics at Charles Darwin University will train dietitians locally to prevent and treat nutrition and diet-related concerns of Territorians.

New dietetics course to combat nutrition challenges in the Territory

A new Master of Dietetics will soon commence at Charles Darwin University (CDU) to train more dietitians to improve nutrition and diet in the Northern Territory population.

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Charles Darwin University (CDU) Microbiologist Dr Susan Pizzutto testing wastewater for traces of COVID-19 for the NT Department of Health.

CDU partnership speeds up the tracing of COVID-19 in the Top End

The Northern Territory now has the capacity to test its own wastewater for traces of COVID-19, thanks to a team of microbiologists at Charles Darwin University (CDU).

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English and digital skills training for migrant care workers

Essential English language training and digital skills development for migrant care workers in the Northern Territory (NT) is being provided by Charles Darwin University’s (CDU) Foundation Skills team to help improve the quality of care provided.

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Public lectures share expert insights in health

The newly launched School of Medicine at Charles Darwin University (CDU) is set to bring a series of public lectures to share expert knowledge in health topics across the year.

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