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Monday 19 September 2022

The stories of Indian and Chinese nursemaids brought to life in new exhibition

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Tuesday 20 September 2022

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Stories

Study participants wanted for new UOW research into potential benefits of purple foods

Can changing the diet of 60 to 85 year olds improve memory?

1 in 4 Australians is lonely. Quality green spaces in our cities offer a solution

Higher-quality green space maximises opportunities for both social connection and health

Getting more men into nursing means a rethink of gender roles, pay and recognition. But we need them urgently

Despite the efforts to achieve equity of gender representation, in many high income countries men make up only around 10 per cent of the nursing workforce

Health consumer representatives reimagine their role after COVID-19 pandemic

New study reveals how the pandemic served as a backdrop for transformations in health consumer engagement

Community Linkers tackle suicide in Shoalhaven’s Indigenous communities

UOW's MIND the GaP and South Coast AMS provide essential training to reduce suicide rate

New book focuses on the emerging issue of aging with HIV

Research collaboration provides unique overview of growing older with HIV in sub-Saharan Africa


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