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Filipino students visit Canberra

The University of Canberra hosted 12 nursing students from the University of Santo Tomas College of Nursing (UST) in the Philippines, giving both student cohorts new insights into international nursing education and practice. Professor Kim Foster, head of the disciplines of ...

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Art, creativity take on cancer

Cancer patients will participate in creative workshops to determine how art can help them make the most of the limited energy they have and improve their wellbeing. The eight-week HeART Artful Wellbeing program is running from July to September, through Charles Darwin University. ...

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Nurses, midwives say TPP will weaken health systems

Nurses have penned an open letter to trade ministers and government leaders warning about a range of detrimental effects on Australia’s and other nations’ health systems from a key international trade agreement. The controversial Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) has been spruiked by the Australian ...

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Hubbub over WHO hub: UTS centre showcased

An Australian World Health Organisation collaborating centre put on an exhibition of its work in the Asia-Pacific region to celebrate the launch of the centre as secretariat of WHO's worldwide network. The University of Technology, Sydney-based WHO Collaborating Centre (WHO ...

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APNA conference engages the world

International experts brought lessons on leadership, infectious and chronic disease, and mental health and career frameworks to an Australian Primary Health Care Nurses Association conference on the Gold Coast. Brave to Bold, the APNA national conference, featured a range of experts ...

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