New Australian research demonstrates the potential public health impact of mental health prevention programs delivered in the workplace.
Two medical doctors who have visited and worked at the detention centre on Christmas Island will speak publicly for the first time about their experiences at a symposium hosted at UNSW.
The beauty of this exhibition is that while it keeps to its theme of investigating Australia’s Scottish legacy, it roams over the entire country, writes Johanna Mendlesohn.
How couples interact can provide clues to the fate of their relationship but more research is needed, write Lisa Williams and Rebecca Pinkus.
Three UNSW students are gaining behind-the-scenes experience at the Sydney Writers’ Festival as interns after surviving a competitive selection process.
Stripping the states and territories of $80 billion in federal health and education funding was undoubtedly the biggest surprise in the federal budget, writes Andrew Lynch.
The Abbott government has burnt too much political capital for too little economic gain, writes Geoffrey Garrett.
The budget focuses on the way we fund the health system rather than on the way we deliver care. It is unfair and unnecessarily increases hardship for many, writes John Dwyer.
Preserved giant sperm from tiny shrimps that lived at least 17 million years ago have been discovered at the Riversleigh World Heritage Fossil Site by a team including UNSW researchers.
The University's partnership with NSW Family and Community Services has been strengthened by a new agreement ensuring UNSW research has a practical impact on the local community.