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Wednesday 21 September 2022

UOW PhD candidate Sarah Vogel to compete in Asia Pacific finals of Three Minute Thesis Competition

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Monday 26 September 2022

Backcountry visitors are leaving poo piles in the Australian Alps – and it’s a problem

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Australian-first parenting intervention for personality disorders

A new program that helps people with personality disorders cope with the challenges of parenting was launched at UOW recently.

Caring for dementia under reforms

Researcher receives $570K to investigate the impact of new reforms on people with dementia.

Wellbeing festival promotes mental health resilience

Campus comes alive with flash mobs, live music and a vibrant gratitude wall for Mental Health Week. 

Search for biomarkers for depression could improve diagnosis and treatment

Study could lead to simpler diagnosis and more personalised treatments for depression.

Inaugural Community Fellowship Award conferred to Lifeline South Coast

A Community Fellowship Award was bestowed upon Lifeline South Coast today (13 May 2015) at the organisation's annual Volunteer Recognition lunch during National Volunteer Week.

Australian first camp to tackle mental illness

New initiative for people with a mental illness also trains next generation of Australian health professionals.


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