Edith Cowan University’s (ECU) South West Campus has unveiled a new nursing and midwifery demonstration wards and simulation facility.
ECU’s Professor Stephen Teo likes a good office joke as much as the next person, but when it comes to workplaces in the midst of organisational change, his research shows it’s better to keep a straight face.
A lack of public understanding about when to call an ambulance is putting a strain on paramedic services and potentially risking lives, new research has found.
Edith Cowan University congratulates the Honourable Ken Wyatt AM, MP on his appointment as Australia’s first Indigenous Minister for Indigenous Australians, announced this week.
It’s not commonly known that Indigenous Australians are three times more likely to suffer a stroke or brain injury than non-Indigenous Australians – and they’re far less likely to receive vital rehabilitation. This ECU research is a game-changer.
New research demonstrates how a stereotyped framing of veganism is being used to challenge animal activists' work, but also how activists have employed the tactic of not directly contesting the stereotype.
University graduates should be able to choose their own measures of success in job outcome surveys, rather than the current measure of full-time employment, new ECU research has found.
ECU has launched its new brand campaign ‘World Ready’, created by 303 MullenLowe, to show how an ECU education is the bridge connecting students to the rest of the world.
Aged care expert Professor Beverly O’Connell has joined ECU’s School of Nursing and Midwifery.
PhD candidate Carmen Jacques explains the background to the Bali Peace Park and why the way we memorialise terror events is so important.
Exams are certainly challenging, but our rhetoric may be teaching young people to be afraid rather than encouraging them to see exams as a positive challenge.
Changes in the modern workplace suggest we will increasingly see more circumstances in which mentors may be younger – sometimes much younger – than their mentees.
New Edith Cowan University research aims to help vocational dancers balance training demands, avoid burnout and reach the top of their game.
New research has found that people on lower incomes may be more likely to have obesity due to psychological distress that gives rise to emotional eating to cope.
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