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New research tests wearable sensors for children with cerebral palsy

Children with cerebral palsy will wear specially designed wearable sensors as part of new Curtin research that seeks to overcome…

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Everyday Australians help deliver better treatment for concussions

A Curtin-led research team will develop a new range of online tools that will help predict life-changing consequences for the…

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Curtin appoints new Chair of Country Health Research and Innovation

Curtin University has appointed Professor Timothy Carey as the new Chair of Country Health Research and Innovation, which aims to…

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Inadequate post-release support drives up reincarceration rates: study

New research shows that people released from prison who sought help for their mental health or substance use problems were…

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New study to find COVID-fighting properties in existing medications

Nearly 50 existing prescription medications already used by Australians will be tested by new research in the fight against COVID’s…

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Curtin enabling better lives through consumer-first health research

A new institute based at Curtin University will be a hub for innovative research that, in partnership with communities, industry…

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New Curtin research to address damaging marketing to WA children

Curtin University researchers will investigate combatting the harmful effects of e-cigarettes and the promotion of alcohol, gambling and junk food…

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Study confirms ED cases spike after Australian bushfires

New research has – for the first time – found a direct link between people’s exposure to bushfire smoke and…

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New scientific approach drives people to take control of therapy sessions

A new universal approach to mental health issues has been developed, used across outpatient clinics, inpatient wards, and high schools, and will be researched by a…

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10,000 Aussie workers set to develop lung cancer from silica dust: study

As many as 10,000 Australians are predicted to develop lung cancer in their lifetime from being exposed to silica dust,…

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