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30 October 2018

Westmead Clinical School opens its doors to mark 40 years

In 1978, the University of Sydney established the Westmead Clinical School and the Sydney Dental School in Westmead Hospital. Forty years on, the precinct has grown into Australia’s largest concentration of health facilities.
30 October 2018

Uluru Statement from the Heart

Professor Andrew McLachlan Head of School and Dean and Sydney University Pharmacy Association signed the Uluru Statement from the Heart that supports justice and respect for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians.
30 October 2018

I am public health: Erika Bro

We asked international public health graduate, Erika Bro, to tell us what she liked most about her degree. She says it's the satisfaction she felt working on sustainable health programs during her international placement in Timor-Leste.
23 October 2018

USYD pharmacist: life in the Northern Territory

Angela Young is making an impact to the lives of central Australians in her role as Director of Pharmacy at Alice Springs Hospital. Learn how she copes servicing a catchment area of 1.6 million square kilometres.
15 October 2018

Professor Fran Boyle presents at the Women in Vietnam conference

Professor Fran Boyle delivered presentations as part of the Women in Vietnam conference where she discussed breast cancer and maternal health management.
27 September 2018

How Jordan O'Reilly is fixing disability support with a mobile app

Before he was the founder and CEO of Hireup, one of Australia’s most talked about purposeful businesses, Jordan O’Reilly was a brother on a mission to change the lives of people living with disability.
25 September 2018

7 surprising inventions made by pharmacists

In celebration of World Pharmacist Day, we took a look at some surprising inventions made by pharmacists throughout history. These seven discoveries stem from some pretty unusual and unexpected circumstances.
14 September 2018

Everything you need to know about primary health care nursing

As Australia faces a multitude of challenges surrounding its ageing population and increased incidence of chronic conditions, the demands on our primary health care system are increasing, and so too is the need for nurses.        

12 September 2018

Cardiovascular research boosted by NSW Health Fellowships

Researchers from the University of Sydney’s Cardiovascular Initiative have received eight of thirteen NSW Health Early-Mid Career Fellowships.
06 September 2018

USYD pharmacist: leading change in medicines policy

Matthew McCrone is leading the implementation of Australia’s first real-time prescription monitoring system. Find out how a Bachelor of Pharmacy and an inquisitive mind led him on an unusual path.