Human rights and social justice advocate to break down the Voice in CDU public lecture
Leading human rights and social justice campaigner Professor Tom Calma AO will unpack how a Voice to Parliament would operate, its impact on Australians and more in his inaugural Faculty of Health public lecture at Charles Darwin University (CDU).
Study highlights reasons behind antibiotic use in children in rural and remote NT
Northern Territory mothers living in remote or rural areas often make decisions about the need for antibiotics for their children out of fear or based on the advice of their personal network a new study by Charles Darwin University (CDU) researchers has found.
Territorians will get a taste of university life, the tertiary learning experience and explore the pathways to their lifelong passions at Charles Darwin University’s (CDU) Open Day at the Casuarina Campus.
New partnership to soar health students into the skies
From loading critically injured patients on red dirt runways to making lifesaving split-second decisions mid-air, a new partnership between Charles Darwin University (CDU) and CareFlight is opening placement opportunities with a difference for students.
Territorian Zoe Boyle dreamed of being a florist or marine biologist when she grew up, but it was a Charles Darwin University (CDU) nursing degree that opened her eyes to the world of opportunities within the NT’s own healthcare system.
Study looks into the banning of commercial surrogacy and how this can exploit women
Research by a leading expert in reproductive tourism has highlighted how bans on commercial surrogacy in Thailand has done little to stop the practice rather it can often leave the surrogate feeling unsupported by the community and exploited.