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Jawun partnership

The La Trobe Rural Health School in partnering with Jawun, a First Nations organisation that provides six-week staff secondments in local Aboriginal organisations

Boost to Robinvale midwifery services

A new midwifery placement partnership between La Trobe Rural Health School and Robinvale District Health Service aims to sure up and sustain essential midwifery services

Solving social work skill shortages

Degree-qualified social workers could solve “dire” workforce shortages.

Making every hospital visit count

La Trobe Rural Health School is the research partner for a Bendigo Health intervention that is improving lives for rural patients

Ear-shape as accurate as fingerprints

Ear-shape as accurate as fingerprints for identification

Top improver in QS World University Rankings

Top improver among Australia’s top 20 universities

Seini's pathway to success

Seini takes some time to reflect on her journey

Our paramedic PhDs

Angela and Brodie hare why they chose to pursue research and what impact they hope their research will have.

A career change to nursing

Grace and Greg share their stories about changing up their careers to pursue nursing

La Trobe's highly employable graduates

La Trobe graduates are among the most employable in the country

School Captains start at La Trobe

Three Mildura high school captains have joined the La Trobe Mildura student body, commencing their health qualifications.

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Ideas & Society Program: Disability and Australian Society: How Well Are We Doing?

Thursday 05 October 05:00pm

The October 5 event promises to be an enlightening introduction-in-depth to one of the most vital questions facing all Australians interested in the health and humanity of their society. We invite everyone with an interest in Australia’s democracy not to miss this exclusively online event.

John Richards Centre 2023 Oration (Hybrid event)

Wednesday 25 October 05:15pm

Ageing on farm is a complex process, requiring farmers to adapt and negotiate a host of changes as they transition to new realities. This is complicated by wider societal, economic, political, and climatic changes. Our expert panel will draw on their work in adaptation and transition to help situate ageing on farm in its wider context and draw out some of the opportunities this presents.