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  1. Makayla ‘a perfect fit’ for Mackay beauty salon

    Published: 14 Dec 2017

    Makayla King’s Certificate IV in Beauty Therapy has taught her there’s no such thing as ‘nothing to do in the workplace’.

  2. Change of career made easy with Diploma of Nursing

    Published: 14 Dec 2017

    Jodie Ward thought she had found her career in childcare, up until she witnessed a family member suffer from a life-threatening health issue.

  3. CQUni’s growing affinity with major services firm Downer

    Published: 14 Dec 2017

    CQUniversity Australia is looking forward to extending its already fruitful relationship with Downer, a major Australian-owned engineering services company.

  4. Intensive diseases for Aussie sonography students in Vietnam

    Published: 14 Dec 2017

    Vietnam has no free healthcare so many patients don’t present to a doctor until their disease processes are quite advanced.

  5. Simulation volunteers required to play clinical role in 2018

    Published: 14 Dec 2017

    To ensure simulation remains an integral part of health courses, CQUni is seeking Expressions of Interest (EOI) from community volunteers to assist at several 2018 events.

  6. Problem gambling akin to severe alcohol use or schizophrenia

    Published: 14 Dec 2017

    Given the significant psychological and relationship distress that accompanies problem gambling, it has a 'disability weight' akin to severe alcohol use or schizophrenia.

  7. Tour of western schools caps off year for Japanese visitors

    Published: 14 Dec 2017

    Farm visits, horse-riding and wallaby spotting were just some of the highlights when a group of Japanese university students toured west recently, to engage with schools in Blackwater, Springsure and Emerald.

  8. CQUni Occupational Therapy student Katie garners prestigious training award

    Published: 14 Dec 2017

    Katie Emmert is only 18 and already she is claiming prestigious awards for her dedication to becoming an occupational therapist.

  9. Dying to Win: Do athletes really want to live-fast-die-young?

    Published: 14 Dec 2017

    A new research study has found that the idea that athletes would be willing to trade death for glory is a myth, but like most fake news, the story won’t die, and grows in the retelling.

  10. Embracing open-ended, ill-defined situations as learning tools

    Published: 14 Dec 2017

    Engineering students appreciate assessment tasks which develop skills they will need in the future career, even if it means embracing open-ended and ill-defined situations.

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