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A common fear women have when contemplating having a baby is whether the birth will tear the tissues between the vagina and anus, also known as the perineum. How can something as big as a 3.5kg baby come out of something as small as a vagina without inflicting damage?
It was cause for celebration on Wednesday as Bachelor of Nursing students at Western Sydney University (Western) The College's Lithgow campus finished their first year of studying nursing. The first Bachelor course to be taught at Lithgow's campus, this group of students will now be heading to different Western campuses to complete their study from next year.
A study by Western Sydney University has found more than half of infant feeding bottles have inaccurate or missing markings, sparking calls for Australia and other countries to introduce and enforce industry standards for bottles to prevent formula fed babies from becoming ill.
The moment a call to triple zero is placed, the clock is ticking and it's up to the emergency services to help as best they can. From the paramedics who arrive on the scene, to the emergency physicians, surgeons and nurses that help save lives and start the recovery process, emergency health professionals are at the frontline of our health system.
Western Sydney University students refined their clinical skills by providing free health checks at Western Sydney Homeless Connect. 11 third year students from the School of Nursing and Midwifery and School of Medicine volunteered their time offer basic health services such as blood pressure checks and blood sugar levels to the homeless.
Ranked in the top 100 in the World for Nursing QS World University Rankings by Subject
Research Grants Awarded Australian Research Council
Funding top 20 National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC)
Universities in the world Times higher education
Western Sydney University has been ranked Australia's highest ranked Nursing School, in this year's CWUR Rankings by Subject.
Western Sydney University has been ranked in the Top 100 Universities for Nursing, in this year's QS World University Rankings by Subject.
In the News
School of Nursing and Midwifery recent media:
- Western Sydney University students celebrate Australia Day - Hawkesbury Gazette (opens in a new window)
- Their nursing careers beginning in Lithgow - Lithgow Mercury (opens in a new window)
- Western Sydney Students on a pathway career - Lithgow Mercury (opens in a new window)