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Are you a breastfeeding mother at Western? Share your experiences

Western Sydney University researchers are working to improve the experiences of breastfeeding mothers on campus. Staff and students who have breastfed their babies over the past two years are invited to take part in an online survey.


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Research calls for young people with physical disabilities to share their experiences

A new Western Sydney University doctoral study aims to understand the unique skills and perspectives of young people who live with a physical disability.


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Premature birth study to explore how fathers fare in the NICU

When parents imagine the arrival of their new baby, they picture a cuddly little bundle dressed in pink or blue, being passed around a room of smiling family and friends. They don’t envisage the fluorescent lights, monitors and breathing machines of the NICU.


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Innovative weight loss study provides rare opportunity for participants

Managing weight loss could become a whole lot easier after preliminary findings from Western Sydney University have found that the way we think may be associated with our ability to shed kilograms.


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Did you translate for your parents? Study explores the role of children as translators

Western Sydney University is conducting a study which looks to explore language brokering, and develop a deeper understanding of children's' experiences and how they felt about taking on this important role within the family unit.


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Western Sydney University leads study on inclusion and safety

The study will consist of an anonymous survey and a series of focus groups to investigate student and staff experiences surrounding safety and inclusion on campus, including those who identify as sexuality and gender diverse.


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Staff and students needed for health supplement reminder study

A study looking into ways of reminding people to take their health supplements is being conducted by a PhD student at Western Sydney University.


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Study examines changes to financial planning profession

Financial planners are now subject to more stringent education requirements and Western Sydney University and the Financial Planning Association of Australia are at the forefront of research guiding this transitional period.



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