Professor Sarah Johnson & the team behind HunterWiSE win the University of Newcastle's Excellence Award for Equity, Diversity and Inclusion. (Dec 11, 2019).
'Stroke Stories' was featured on ABC Radio National Life Matters today, interviewing playwright Linden Wilkinson and stroke survivor and actor, Brian Lowe, on theatre performance interventions for recovery after stroke and 'What life is really like after a stroke?' Listen to the interview here.
A new play exploring this question has come up with a range of answers with one common theme - that hope is needed to make life after a stroke not just bearable, but enjoyable. Playwright Linden Wilkinson speaks to us about devising the play. Stroke survivor and actor Brian Lowe tells us about his experience performing in 'Stroke Stories.'
A new decision-making tool being developed in a $1.5 million research project at the University of Newcastle (UON) and Hunter Medical Research Institute is set to give patients better and more personalised rehabilitation interventions after knee replacement surgery.
Healthcare is on the edge of a frontier right now as, across the nation, a range of new and established health hubs work to design a future bringing together research, industry and community.