Fatch Kalembo is a native Malawian and registered nurse whose PhD research at Curtin is set to dramatically improve HIV disclosure practices to children in Malawi.
By Zoe Taylor | Alumni news; Health and medicine; Research; Health | 1 comment
A top-notch international research collaboration looks set to deliver the best progress in more than a century in diagnostics and interventions for cerebral palsy.
By Karen Green | Health and medicine; Research; Health | Leave a comment
We’re all afraid of something, but sometimes fear can overtake our lives. Curtin researchers are examining how we can ‘unlearn’ our irrational fears.
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Curtin academics, mental health and drug and alcohol service providers are working with Aboriginal Elders to provide more culturally appropriate health and wellbeing services to Aboriginal people.
By Nicholas Brant | Health and medicine; Research; Culture, language and Indigenous; Health | Leave a comment
Curtin neuroscientists are helping stroke survivors regain control of their bodies by using unexpected bursts of noise to boost brain function and facilitate movement.
By Nicholas Brant | Health and medicine; Research; Health | Leave a comment
The Ramirez-Smith triplets are one step closer to becoming physiotherapists after graduating from Curtin’s Indigenous Pre-Medicine and Health Sciences Enabling Course.
By Zoe Taylor | Campus and community; Student News; Culture, language and Indigenous; Health | Leave a comment
Dance has always been in Danica Hendry’s blood. The physiotherapist and professional ballerina has worked for The Australian Ballet and Tim Minchin’s smash hit, “Matilda the Musical”.
By Arianne Chavez | Alumni news; Campus and community; Research; Health; The arts and creative industries | Leave a comment
Children often idolise musicians, actors and athletes, but the person Curtin first-year student Sean Bong most aspired to be was his local GP.
By Zoe Taylor | Campus and community; Health | 1 comment
Making friends can be tough. But one young Australian is looking to change that.
By Daniel Jauk | Alumni news; Campus and community; Health | Leave a comment
Occupational Therapy is one of the most rewarding career paths you can possibly take. Here are just three incredible places a degree in Occupational Therapy can take you.
By Brooke Garland | Campus and community; Future students; Health | Leave a comment