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  1. After decades of controlled crying concerns, a 'Gentle Method of Sleep Settling' rolls out

    Published: 21 March 2019

    Up to 40 per cent of families have a child with a sleep problem warranting help from a health professional, yet medical schools offer fewer than 10 hours of training focused on children's sleep.

  2. CQUni welcomes roundtable on proposed medical program

    Published: 21 March 2019

    A medical program for Central Queensland and Wide Bay is one step closer to becoming reality, with discussions progressing between government and industry at a roundtable this week.

  3. Interesting places and extraordinary people - Dr Deagon's rewarding Home Economics career

    Published: 21 March 2019

    From Australia to Ireland, the Czech Republic, South Korea, and Nepal, CQUni Senior Lecturer Dr Jay Deagon’s interest in Home Economics has led her to meet extraordinary people from around the globe.

  4. Waking up to better sleep as a key focus on Close the Gap Day

    Published: 21 March 2019

    The sleep patterns of many Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children are influencing their school performance and should be a key focus on national Close the Gap Day, Thursday 21 March.

  5. CQUni cleans up major footprint

    Published: 20 March 2019

    CQUni cleans up major footprint

  6. CQUniversity comes together in harmony

    Published: 20 March 2019

    CQUniversity comes together in harmony

  7. CQUni working with a world leader in turning trash into treasure

    Published: 20 March 2019

    Some look at a pile of waste and see a problem. Others see an opportunity to produce value-added products such as heat, power and biofuels.

  8. Closing the gap by sparking Indigenous kids’ love of STEM subjects

    Published: 20 March 2019

    Gladstone and Boyne Island have been hosting a unique five-day camp aimed at closing a key education gap by enhancing Indigenous kids’ engagement with science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) subjects.

  9. Pregnant women to get their own national guidelines on physical activity

    Published: 19 March 2019

    The Australian Government offers physical activity guidelines for adults and children and now the gestation period has started on new guidelines aimed at pregnant women.

  10. Not just winging it - students do the groundwork for airshow safety

    Published: 19 March 2019

    Mix thousands of spectators with hundreds of plane movements and the Avalon Airshow becomes a perfect event for CQUniversity’s Accident Forensics students to study in fine detail.

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