More than nine million COVID-19 tests have been conducted in Australia since January – but what happens to them after they leave the testing centres?
By Zoe Taylor | Alumni news | Leave a comment
Treating Navy personnel, being threatened at gun point, coordinating the state’s COVID-19 response; Dr Andy Robertson shares his illustrious career in public health.
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Curtin Adjunct Research Fellow doesn’t let type 1 diabetes hold her back and is showing others how to not only survive, but thrive with type 1.
By 281716a | Campus and community
Thousands of kilometres north of Perth, a lone car is making its way along a red dirt road to one of WA’s most remote communities. The driver is pharmacist and Curtin alumna Hannah Mann.
By Anne Griffin-Appadoo | Alumni news; Health | Leave a comment
Meredith Grose is a self-confessed people person, so decided to pursue a degree in social work, despite the challenges of studying as a totally blind person.
By Arianne Chavez | Campus and community; Student News; Health | Leave a comment
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.
By Anne Griffin-Appadoo | Health and medicine; Research; Health | Leave a comment
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 | 1 comment