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Symposium signals movement in motility disorders

International experts and medical health professionals will assemble at Western Sydney University’s Campbelltown campus on Saturday 24 February 2018 for the Australian Symposium on Gastroparesis.

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Clinical incidents and early career graduate nurses

Researchers at Western Sydney University are investigating the experiences of recent graduate nurses who have had involvement in the reporting of a clinical incident.

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Why sport hasn’t made much progress on LGBTI+ rights since the Sochi Olympics

Athletes from Western nations have various protections, and many now share equal rights in most aspects of the law. But when they travel to compete in countries with regressive human rights records, these protections can be lost.

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Menstrual Health

Western Sydney University researchers lead national project to improve menstrual health

Researchers from Western Sydney University have embarked upon a 12-month national project to change the way young women learn about, and deal with menstruation.

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Lunar New Year

Lunar New Year: year of the dog and a celebration of culture

Lunar New Year is a good time to reflect on positive contributions made by the Australian-Chinese community, according to Director of the Australia-China Institute for Arts and Culture, Professor Labao Wang. However, 2018’s Year of the Dog, might not bring good fortune for all.

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When citizens set the budget: lessons from ancient Greece

Today elected representatives take the tough decisions about public finances behind closed doors. Politicians rarely ask voters what they think of budget options and they are no better at explaining the reasons for a budget.

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