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Hunter research study looks at using devised theatre performance as a stroke therapy (July 19, 2019)

Brian Lowe was standing on top of a ladder when he suffered his first stroke. The Wallsend man was 73. A handyman. Click here to read more.

Project targets 'precision rehab' for knees (Dec 6, 2018)

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. Click here to read more

Health Hubs: the changing face of Australian healthcare (Nov 15, 2018)

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. Click here to read more

New Centre to lead innovation in rehabilitation (Nov 24, 2017)

Medical rehabilitation services are set for a significant overhaul, following the launch of Australia's first Centre for Rehab Innovations (CRI) at the University of Newcastle. Click here to read more

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