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Wednesday 28 September 2022

Entrepreneurs share their business ideas as part of iAccelerate’s RISE program

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Wednesday 28 September 2022

UOW early career researchers awarded $1.3 million in funding

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Stories

UOW research collaboration to investigate mental health in the workplace

Employees’ poor mental health costs Australian businesses $11 billion annually

What's the difference between a healthy and unhealthy relationship to your phone?

UOW researchers discovered smartphone addiction is worse when we use the screens in a meaningless way

Lost touch with friends during lockdown? Here’s how to reconnect (and let go of ‘toxic’ ones)

As we resume our social lives after strict COVID restrictions have lifted, many of us are finding it’s time to take stock of our friendships

High prevalence of psychological distress among healthcare workers during pandemic: study

Doctors more likely to experience depression while anxiety more common among nurses

UOW researcher awarded $1.2m Discovery Indigenous Scheme grant

Grant to investigate the safety and quality of life of young Indigenous people who come into contact with the carceral system

Lonely after lockdown?

How COVID may leave us with fewer friends if we are not careful


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