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'Stay clear' of complex ethics issue

Professional organisations could polarise debate on euthanasia if they take a position nursing expert warns Professor Megan-Jane Johnstone, chair of Nursing at Deakin University and an internationally renowned bioethicist says there are good reasons why health advocacy organisations should not ...

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The man who loves to teach

When Mahfuz Aziz moved to Australia 10 years ago from Bangladesh, the cultural and academic diversity of his new students forced him to rethink how he taught. Confronted with students from multiple entry pathways and diverse linguistic backgrounds, Aziz altered ...

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Lewis’s law

It is not often that science students are asked to write an analytic essay or participate in a mock trial, but for Simon Lewis relevant curriculum needs to think outside the box. In a professional context, forensic scientists will need ...

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Swinburne collects large training award

Swinburne University has won large training provider of the year at the National Training Awards. Swinburne TAFE is the nation’s leading large training provider - recognised at this year’s Australian Training awards. The main event on the national VET calendar ...

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