Faculty of Health and Medicine

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High honour bestowed on Alumni

High honour bestowed on Alumni

Friday, 14 September 2018

Twenty-seven outstanding leaders across the fields of science, engineering, business, medicine and creative arts have had their career achievements recognised at the 2018 University of Newcastle Alumni Awards.

Creativity the key to unlocking new ideas

Creativity the key to unlocking new ideas

Thursday, 13 September 2018

Passionate trailblazer and sustainable business founder, Stephanie Woollard, will headline the University’s Enterprise + Innovation 2018 (E+I18) month-long event, which aims to inspire original ideas and new perspectives among staff and students.

Teen back pain linked to substance use

Teen back pain linked to substance use

Wednesday, 12 September 2018

Adolescents with frequent back pain are more likely to smoke, drink alcohol and report feelings of anxiety and depression, according to new research led by the University of Sydney and University of Newcastle (UON).

Medical resource recognised for innovative education delivery

Medical resource recognised for innovative education delivery

Tuesday, 11 September 2018

The University of Newcastle’s Laureate Professor Nick Talley and Conjoint Senior Lecturer Dr Simon O’Connor have been recognised for their key work in medical education at the prestigious British Medical Association (BMA) Medical Book Awards 2018.

National nutrition study calls for young adults to trial real time diet feedback

National nutrition study calls for young adults to trial real time diet feedback

Friday, 7 September 2018

Aiming to enhance young people’s health and nutrition awareness, University of Newcastle researchers are trialling a new technology-based instant feedback system in a nationwide study.

Grant to curb deafness and disadvantage

Grant to curb deafness and disadvantage

Friday, 7 September 2018

A $69,000 RP Medical Fund philanthropic grant will accelerate a new project to offer early intervention in ear health in Aboriginal communities throughout the Hunter New England region.

Leading female surgeon to shine light on gender equity

Leading female surgeon to shine light on gender equity

Wednesday, 5 September 2018

Leading Australian cardiothoracic surgeon, writer, TV presenter and gender equity advocate, Dr Nikki Stamp will deliver a keynote lecture tonight as part of the University of Newcastle’s 40 Years of Medicine celebrations.

New agreement offers safety research opportunities for students

New agreement offers safety research opportunities for students

Wednesday, 5 September 2018

SafeWork NSW’s Centre for Work Health and Safety and the University of Newcastle have committed to working together to develop work health and safety research expertise in Australia.