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  • Freda Jacobs AM received the Lifetime Achievement Award for her significant contributions to the occupational therapy profession.

  • Curtin researchers are on the hunt for the genes which may be responsible for stuttering, believing genetics, rather than environmental or behavioural factors, may trigger the disorder.

  • A new study points to increasing levels of workplace dissatisfaction and stress among one of the most critical groups of healthcare professionals.


Health at Curtin


In this issue we explore the latest in biosciences research at Curtin, including the links between lifestyle and allergies, an innovative new treatment for diabetes and how nutrition contributes to neurodegenerative disorders.

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Curtin Medical School accreditation

Curtin University’s Medical School has been granted accreditation by the Australian Medical Council (AMC) which is the independent national standards body for medical education and training.

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