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    UC leading the charge in teaching Physical Education online

    A series of videos produced by Health and Physical Education students at the University of Canberra has attracted worldwide interest, as learning shifts online due to COVID-19.

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  2. UC students win hackathon challenge, enable wider support for frontliners

    An award-winning design from the University of Canberra Engineering Society has made it possible for anyone with a 3D printer to help address the PPE shortage for healthcare frontliners – and its creators have made it free to download.

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  3. COVID-19 response: global collaboration on guidelines for ICU physios

    To ensure the safety of patients and clinicians, experts from around the world have joined forces on clinical guidelines for ICU physiotherapists treating COVID-19 patients – among them, the University of Canberra’s Dr Bernie Bissett.

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  4. UC study seeks a possible missing link in the recovery from hip pain

    University of Canberra’s Faculty of Health researchers are looking for GTPS sufferers to participate, as they investigate whether a slow recovery time is linked to a lack of balance and control.

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