Faculty of Health

The Faculty of Health at the University of Canberra educates clinicians, professionals and researchers to be leaders in the ever changing sectors of health and sport. With a focus on innovative education methods, the Faculty is continuously evolving with the environment and producing high quality graduates and leading health research.

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A Taste of Uni

More than 370 high school students from rural and regional NSW high schools recently visited the University of Canberra for the UC 4 Yourself Expo.

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High school students at the UC 4 Yourself Expo


News

  1. UC exercise physiology students Rebecca Eisenhauer (left) and Brady Foreman (right) training Daniel and Denise Brown

    Exercise physiology students run training program

    UC exercise physiology students are running an exercise program as part of their degree, helping train members of the community including athletes from the Special Olympics

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  2. The lumosity app running on a mobile device, the icon appears as a head with cogs spinning within it

    App illuminates UC researcher’s work on Parkinson’s

    By incorporating brain-training app Lumosity into her work with Parkinson’s disease sufferers, University of Canberra’s Hayley Teasdale aims to improve brain performance

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  3. A scared looking young boy with his head in his hands, sits on a flight of stairs

    UC research delves into mother-son sexual abuse

    PhD student Lucetta Thomas investigates the taboo subject of mothers sexually abusing their biological sons and has found that myths may obscure our understanding

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  4. Dr Ashby and Miss Karouta hold a chick in the lab while examining it with an ophthalmoscope

    UC researchers' rooster study shining bright light into myopia

    Dr Regan Ashby is studying how to protect people from developing myopia or short-sightedness, and it's his baby rooster chicks that are lighting the way.

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Important Dates

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  • Friday, 11th Sep 2015

    Last day to nominate for Semester 2 course completion for March Graduation Ceremonies

  • Monday, 28th Sep 2015

    Semester 2 class free period begins

  • Thursday, 1st Oct 2015 – 2nd Oct 2015

    October Graduation Ceremonies