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  1. Major boost for mental health research at UC

    Funding from the National Health and Medical Research Council will drive a new nursing research project to reduce preventable physical illnesses among people with psychosis

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  2. Former UC Capitals coach named new UC Director of Sport

    Former Olympic and seven-time WNBL championship-winning coach Carrie Graf has been appointed the University of Canberra’s inaugural Director of Sport

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  3. Construction starts on new oncology services facility at UC

    Work is formally under way on a new state-of-the-art facility to provide specialist medical services, education and research at the University of Canberra

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  4. Disadvantage and disease hidden in plain sight: UC study

    Reliance on large scale disease mapping may be hiding the real story of disadvantage and heart disease in Canberra’s suburbs

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  5. Babies at risk are more likely to stay in out of home care: UC study

    University of Canberra research into newborn babies being put into out of home care in NSW has found very few are returned to a parent and even fewer are adopted

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