05 April 2023

Nearly two-thirds of adolescent long stays in NSW hospitals for mental health

Professor Adam Guastella says tailored models of care and improved community treatment for high-risk groups and in regional areas could help reduce extended length of stay.
04 April 2023

Three ways to help build family support for young trans people

A strong family network is important for protecting young trans people, but their families need help too, says Senior Research Associate Cristyn Davies.
04 April 2023

Sydney strengthens international ties in research and innovation

New international opportunities are open to Sydney researchers and students as the University expands partnership agreements with the University of Glasgow and the University of California San Diego.
04 April 2023

Challenges facing Australian universities

Sydney University Press has launched Australian Universities: A conversation about public good which highlights contemporary challenges facing Australian universities and offers new ideas for expanding public good.
03 April 2023

3 ways to help the $15 billion National Reconstruction Fund revive manufacturing

There is support for the fund from employer groups and trade unions, but there are also criticisms, writes Dr Jarryd Daymond from The University of Sydney Business School.
03 April 2023

Ukraine refugee awarded University of Sydney MBA scholarship

Ukrainian refugee Marta Artemenko is aiming to help rebuild her war-torn nation after being awarded the University of Sydney Business School 2023 Anstice MBA Scholarship for Community Leadership.
03 April 2023

GPs more likely to undercharge than overcharge Medicare

Analysis has found GPs were significantly more likely to undercharge than overcharge Medicare for their services, with an estimated $351 million in savings in 2021-22.