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May 2017

PhD candidate Rachel Cohen is investigating the link between social media usage and body image dissatisfaction.
UTS PhD candidate Kielen McAlinden has been selected by RSF to receive the 2017 ATS Stuart J. Hirst Award
GSH is currently accepting applications for HDR for commencement in Spring 2017. 
The UTS Newsroom talks to UTS Graduate Liam Nguyen about his pharmacy journey
New research by Jay Raman suggests the key to sustained weight loss lies in the ability to pay attention to details, plan, organise and make healthy decisions.

April 2017

Dr David Berle talks to Think:Health about his research into PTSD
Dr David Berle explains PTSD and his research into coping methods
UTS hosted a workshop focused on creating and sustaining cultural change in psychology education and representation
Dr John McAloon shares his advice on preventing, detecting and treating depression amongst young people
Mary Bebawy discusses her research on extracellular vesicles with 2ser's Think:Health program
Community members are encouraged to upload a photo of themselves with a senior family member

March 2017

Dr Maria Sukkar has won the 2017 Boehringer Ingelheim COPD Research Award
The UTS Library shares their advice on how to write a literature review
Trainee psychologists who struggle in real-world external placements pose an ongoing headache for training in the profession, a new study has shown.
New research being carried out by a UTS Master of Clinical Psychology student is looking to mindfulness to help manage PMS
UTS Pharmacy and CIC collaborators win Best Paper Award
Dr Lynette Roberts talks to Think:Health about her research in using probiotic supplements to treat adults with depression
A study which looks at the effects of mindfulness on chronic pain is calling for participants

February 2017

This week we are celebrating Orthoptics Awareness Week, run by Orthoptics Australia. The theme for this year is Orthoptists Australia Wide, illustrating that despite being small the profession has a wide reach right across the country.

January 2017

Pharmacy PhD student Jack Taylor recently presented at the Cold Spring Harbor Asia Conference in China
UTS:Pharmacy in conjunction with Ventura Health is offering a PhD Industry Scholarship in professional pharmacy services

December 2016

There are many varied hospital pharmacy roles where collaboration within health care teams is required to make significant interventions and contribute to patient management. Find out more.
The UTS Master of Physiotherapy degree has been approved for accreditation by the Australian Physiotherapy Council and Pharmacy Board of Australia, effective 31 December 2016.
The role of the modern pharmacist is rapidly evolving, reaching beyond traditional dispensing to include expanded roles across community and hospital pharmacy and pharmaceutical industry. Read about Professor Benrimoj's research findings in this area and a UTS: Master of Pharmacy graduate who gives insight into her current role within professional services.

November 2016

The official opening of the UTS:Orthoptics clinic was joined by fellow clinicians, students and staff. UTS: Orthoptics used the event as an opportunity to say a big ‘thank you’ to those who have supported the discipline and who have taken on students as part of the clinical placement component.
This year's Barometer reports growth in professional services despite neutral confidence in the community pharmacy sector.
Read about UTS: Orthoptics students international placement experiences at the Boston Children’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA
Read about UTS: Orthoptics students international placement at the Moorfields Eye Hospital, London, UK

October 2016

UTS Clinical Psychologist Dr Lynette Roberts and UTS Microbiologist Dr Catherine Burke have received a top prize from a US science firm to assist their research into the efficacy of probiotics in treating depression.
The school is currently offering 9 PhD scholarships across our current fields of research: pharmaceutical science, pharmacy practice, psychology, orthoptics and physiotherapy. We seek outstanding candidates with excellent academic records to become health leaders of the future, creating new and innovative solutions to some of the world’s most difficult problems.