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The latest research news from the University of Canberra.

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  1. WOKE program team members

    Empowering young people to create positive mental health trajectories

    The WOKE program is a progressive new early intervention initiative from the University of Canberra’s Faculty of Health, to help and support young people to cope with mental health challenges and create positive mental health pathways from the start.

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  2. Jean Blackburn book

    New book celebrates the life of Jean Blackburn, UC's first Chancellor

    Jean Blackburn was an educator, feminist, and advocate for quality teaching for all children, authors Craig Campbell and Debra Hayes put the story of UC’s first Chancellor back into the spotlight.

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  3. CHARM 2019

    UC researchers receive awards at CHARM 2019

    Faculty of Health researchers received awards for their presentations at this year’s Canberra Health Annual Research Meeting (CHARM).

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  4. Prof Michelle Lincoln

    Key Thinkers Forum tackling Allied Health Careers heading to Canberra

    The Poche Indigenous Health Network’s latest Key Thinkers Forum is heading to Canberra this week, looking at how to build and support an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander allied health workforce that meets the needs of the community.

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