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Helping each other: the value of uni / hospital partnerships

27-02-2017 Adjunct Associate Professor Alanna Geary knows firsthand the importance of hospitals and universities working together to improve health care for patients.

NT trip part of ‘real world’ training for student optometrists

22-02-2017 It doesn’t get more ‘real’ than travelling to remote communities in the Northern Territory to do your practical training.

New program launched to fast track medicines to market

12-04-2017 A new program focused on translating cutting-edge Australian health research into the marketplace has been launched by QUT and the Medical Technologies and Pharmaceutical Growth Centre (MTPConnect).

CARRS-Q to launch road safety initiative in Samford Village

26-04-2017 Coinciding with the United Nations Global Road Safety Week and Australia’s Yellow Ribbon National Road Safety Week, QUT’s Centre for Accident Research & Road Safety – Queensland (CARRS-Q) is launching a Queensland-wide initiative “Watch your Pace when Sharing Space” on Friday May 12, 2017. 

Barcaldine student awarded Rural Bank scholarship

12-04-2017 Barcaldine student, Rhiannon Bennett, has been selected as one of nine Rural Bank Scholarship recipients who will receive financial support to the value of $5,000, to help fund her degree in Behavioural Science at QUT.  

Jumping to your death? Motivations of extreme sports

19-04-2017 Researchers have debunked the myth that extreme sportsmen and women are adrenalin junkies with a death wish, in a recently released book.

QUT ranked Queensland’s top young university

06-04-2017 QUT has been named the best young university in Queensland and jumped several places internationally in the prestigious 2017 Times Higher Education (THE) Young University Rankings.

QUT Professor Peter Coaldrake earns international award for inspirational leadership

26-04-2017 QUT Vice-Chancellor Professor Peter Coaldrake has been honoured with the 2016 CASE Asia-Pacific Leadership Award in recognition of his inspirational guidance and development of a strong culture of advancement at the institution.

From outback to world stage: Anna leads Australia’s ‘eye heroes’

27-02-2017 Anna Morse works in some of Australia’s most remote Aboriginal communities but the isolation hasn’t stopped her dedication being noticed at a global level.

What to do in a disaster: new must-have guide for health professionals

21-03-2017 A world-first grass-roots guide for doctors, nurses, paramedics and other health professionals will give them a much-needed common language to deal with the growing number of natural and man-made disasters worldwide.


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