Issue 8

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Message from the Executive Dean

Welcome to the first edition of the Faculty of Health Sciences newsletter for 2016. I would like to thank all staff from the Faculty of Health Sciences for your contributions to the growth and development of the Faculty, and also welcome new staff who have joined us in recent times. The Faculty is on track to meet its 2016 enrolment targets and has had growth across many disciplines. The Faculty of Health Sciences has been a significant contributor to the growth experienced by Australian Catholic University. Read more >>


School of Allied Health

Allied Health update

Established in mid-2015, the School of Allied Health Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander curriculum working group has focussed on embedding Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander content within the curricular of the School. Read more >>

School of Exercise Science

Exercise Science update

In early February, the 2016 High Performance Sport (HPS) intensive weeks were delivered across the Melbourne and Strathfield campuses. The School was abuzz with 60 students (local and international) commencing their Master of HPS studies in 2016, along with 30 students from the mid-semester 2015 intake. Read more >>

School of Nursing, Midwifery and Paramedicine

Nursing, Midwifery and Paramedicine update

Two postgraduate mental health courses have met the standards of the profession as defined by the National Framework for Postgraduate Mental Health Nursing Education. Read more >>

25 years of service - Assoc Prof Paula Schulz and Dr Monica Nebauer

The School of Nursing, Midwifery and Paramedicine  (Queensland) recently celebrated 25 years of service at ACU for Associate  Professor Paula Schulz and Dr Monica Nebauer. Read more >>

School of Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy update

Read about the success of our graduating students on awards night and meet the new faces around the School of Physiotherapy. Read more >>

School of Psychology

Psychology update

The School of Psychology held its annual retreat in January, providing an important opportunity for new staff to be inducted into the School, for teaching teams to undertake some intensive planning for the year ahead, and for major priorities to be addressed. Read more >>

School of Science

Science update

Dr Vaughan Monamy, Associate Professor of Environmental Science and Ethics, within the School of Science and Dr Roger Lord, Lecturer in the School of Science have been appointed to Commonwealth Government Committees. Read more >>