ACU in the media 16-22 February

ACU in the media 16-22 February

A chemical alert in North Sydney, an intervention program to cut risk factors for heart disease and diabetes, meaningless awards, the teacher education report, and  are among the stories featuring ACU in the media in the last week.  

HEADLINE

OUTLET

DATE

CIRCULATION

We need to talk about your child

The Age

16.02.15

106,843

Interview with Prof. Greg Craven about Bali Two

2SM Sydney

16.02.15

n/a

Telephone-based COACHing cuts cardio risk factors

Pulse + IT

16.02.15

n/a

Interview with Prof. Simon Stewart: atrial fibrillation

Radio National, Health Report

16.02.15

52,000

ACU in 3-continent endeavour in Rome

Catholic Weekly

16.02.15

n/a

ACU evacuated due to “chemical situation”

Campus Review, Daily Telegraph, ABC, 2GB, 2SM, WIN/NBN

17.02.15

n/a

On court and in court – it’s a busy life for a new vixen

The Weekly Review

18.02.15

89,988

St Colman’s welcome Rosie

Mortlake Dispatch

19.02.15

320

Relief for uni move

Shepparton News

21.02.15

6,649

Interview with Prof. Jim Bright: performance reviews

702 ABC Sydney Drive

19.02.15

54,100

Show us the money to improve standards of teacher training

Hunter Post

18.02.15

24,991

Smart choice: top kids make the best teachers

The Australian

20.02.15

104,774

Speech pathology role in dementia communication

agedcareguide.com.au

20.02.15

n/a

ABS wants census every 10 years

The Australian

20.02.15

104,774

Have gong, will travel

SMH/Age Careers

21.02.15

451,144

Parents v. teachers: no one wins

Launceston Examiner

21.02.15

28,417

New Calling for Dr Casey

Catholic Weekly

22.02.15

n/a

Watched over by Milton, Darwin

Catholic Weekly

15.02.15

n/a

 

 

Read the stories here (PDF, 4.1MB).

AUDIO

Listen to Professor Simon Stewart on ABC Radio National, The Health Report

 

To contact MER about an upcoming media story of public interest, please contact Jen Rosenberg, ext 2513, 0407 845 634, jen.rosenberg@acu.edu.au.  

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