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Opinion: Group B strep and having a baby: what pregnant women need to know

One group at particular risk of Group B streptococcal (GBS), is newborn babies, who may pick up GBS from their mother’s vaginal tract during childbirth.


New appointment to strengthen School’s Indigenous engagement

Western Sydney University is pleased to welcome criminology researcher and Tharawal and Yorta Yorta woman, Robyn Oxley to the School of Social Sciences.


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Western and Northcott join forces to create jobs, retrain displaced workers, and fill critical disability care roles

Western Sydney University and Northcott are working together to rapidly upskill, retrain and employ displaced workers, and address critical gaps in disability care brought on by the COVID-19 health crisis.


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Opinion: Is it OK to drink coffee while pregnant? We asked 5 experts

There are so many dos and don'ts associated with pregnancy it can be hard to keep up with them. Coffee is an everyday staple for many people, so it is not surprising women seek reassurance this stimulant is safe during pregnancy.


Aspiring doctor paves way for greater representation

Gomeroi-Ngarabul man and trainee doctor, Shayne Miller, recently delivered his first baby. When he’s not bringing a new life into the world, Shayne is nurturing Indigenous representation in health care.


New strategy to empower Indigenous success

Western Sydney University has launched a new Indigenous strategy, reflecting a renewed commitment to Indigenous Australians and an expansion of educational, leadership and Indigenous-led research.



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