Mums benefit from childcare support to study

Thanks to financial support in place and the added benefit of close-knit campus communities, studying rural health courses at uni is now much more achievable for parents.

Change Proposal: Shepparton

La Trobe University Change Proposal released for consultation

La Trobe University Change Proposal

La Trobe University Change Proposal released for consultation

PhD to improve human service delivery in regional Victoria

La Trobe University and FamilyCare are collaborating on a project focused on implementing data platforms and evaluation tools that support evidence informed practice

Coping during COVID report to benefit rural communities

Report details effective health promotion strategies to help cope with COVID-19

Brumby backs ‘foolproof’ Victorian quarantine facility

La Trobe University chancellor and former Victorian premier John Brumby speaks about the need for a purpose built quarantine facility as vital to the survival of regional universities, which played a“crucial role” in mee

Chronic conditions and loneliness

People with chronic conditions are more susceptible to loneliness

Flying start for renewable fuels project

Promising crop trial results for renewable energy project

La Trobe recognised for student support

La Trobe students more satisfied with support services: Major survey

International Women’s Day: Akuot Wundit proud of her past

Bachelor of Nursing student, Akuot Wundit, has embraced her past to help a generation of youth in Shepparton.

Furphy Literary Awards Open

Start writing: Students are encouraged to enter the Furphy Literary Awards for 2021.

Big boost: First sod turned at new rural health education facility

Doctors-to-be will be given the chance to live and learn in brand new educational facilities in Shepparton from 2022.

Study into AFLW head and knee injuries

Research will help reduce injury risk in women's sport

Putting natural capital on farm accounts

Project to improve the environmental performance of farms

Ella steps up as President of the La Trobe Rural Health Club

Ella is in her final year of the Bachelor of Biomedical Science (Medicine) and hopes to leave behind a legacy through her new role as President of LARHC

Crowhurst presented Ganbina Education Excellence Award

We congratulate Bachelor of Nursing student, Shaelyn Crowhurst, who has been recognised with the Ganbina Education Excellence Award. Shaelyn is a Greater Shepparton Secondary College graduate.

Following in dad’s footsteps

Inspired by her father, Shepparton campus Bachelor of Nursing student, Akuot Wundit, is fundraising to support education in her South Sudanese village.

Women need more support to breastfeed

Major study finds regional women need more support to breastfeed

Fighting fake news in the COVID-19 era

La Trobe researchers publish landmark report on online misinformation

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