$2.5 million to improve health of First Nations families
A program that is already showing unprecedented success in improving the health and employment outcomes of First Nations families has been awarded $2.5 million in funding through the National Health and Medical Research Council.
New research proves water injections effectively relieve backpain.
For the one-in-three women who experience severe back pain during labour and birth, a safe, simple and effective treatment to ease the pain is here, thanks to a recent study, lead by CDU’s Professor Sue Kildea.
Staff spotlight: Margaret Yen
The lessons of COVID-19 have been broad, says Nursing Lecturer Dr Margaret Yen, who joined CDU five months ago.
CDU student wins regional scholarship
First-year undergraduate and mother of four, Bronwyn Chenery, has won a Rural and Regional Enterprise Scholarship, valued at $18,000.
Adjunct Professor Sue Hawes
It was an act of chance that lead to Adjunct Professor Sue Hawes to a career in nursing.
Academic appointment to improve NT health outcomes
Charles Darwin University and the NT Health Department have joined forces in the appointment of a highly credentialled primary health care academic to a newly minted strategic leadership role in Alice Springs.
You can't ask that
This year, as the COVID-19 pandemic sweeps through the globe, health professionals continue to step up and show up, to help fight the crisis and support their communities, despite the health risks to themselves.
Academic play an integral role in the fight against COVID-19
As a nurse and an academic, CDU Lecturer in Nursing, Nicole Norman, recognised the seriousness of the COVID-19 pandemic relatively quickly.
Student on the frontline
When South Australian nursing student Melissa Boyd first became aware of the Coronavirus pandemic making its way through Australia, her first though was: ‘what can I do to help?’.