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23 September 2020
NICM HRI is has been identified as Australia’s top research institute in the field of Alternative and Traditional Medicine in The Australian’s 2020 Research Special Report.
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22 September 2020
Researcher from NICM HRI have featured in the media on topics from COVID-19 to mental health, medicinal cannabis, and kava.
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4 September 2020
Attracting over 200 attendees, the Medicinal Cannabis Research Update webinar, highlighted how medicinal cannabis research is shaping patient outcomes in Australia.
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2 September 2020
The $350 million development, a joint venture between Western Sydney University and Charter Hall, is to be known as Innovation Quarter. It will house some of the University’s leading research institutes and CSIRO.
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31 August 2020
Although about 60 per cent of patients starting chemotherapy, and 47 per cent of those receiving radiotherapy, also use complementary medicine, a “concerning” number of hospital cancer services do not have policies about complementary medicine practitioners or patient-initiated complementary medicine use, according to research published online today by the Medical Journal of Australia.
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13 August 2020
We congratulate NICM HRI PhD candidate Yu-Ting Sun on her recent thesis submission and official notification of graduation.
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30 July 2020
Congratulations to Justin Sinclair for his appointment to the Australian Medicinal Cannabis Association Board.
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24 July 2020
Congratulations to Dr Carolyn Ee who was awarded the 2020 Primary Care Collaborative Cancer Clinical Trials Group Training Award. Dr Ee will use the award to develop research into weight management for breast cancer survivors.
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10 July 2020
We hope our mid-winter newsletter finds you safe and well. As we say goodbye to the first half of the year, we look to the future with optimism, preparing for the new normal. As COVID-19 restrictions begin to ease, we are planning to safely return to campus under the University’s carefully managed stages, gradually recommencing research, teaching and learning activities on campus.
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7 July 2020
As Melbourne returns to lockdown, the evidence suggests routine mask-wearing - as seen in many countries but not so far in Australia - could be a valuable tool to help stop the spread of COVID-19.
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