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Study finds Emergency Department nurses routinely abused, facing violence
Thu, 31 Mar 2022
Researchers interviewing frontline staff in a rural NSW emergency department have been told nurses go to work expecting to search patients for weapons and to be physically and verbally abused.

COVID-19 and the brain
Fri, 18 Mar 2022
A James Cook University neuroscientist is set to answer questions about COVID-19’s effect on the brain at a public lecture tonight, to mark the end of Brain Awareness Week.

Concerns as development threatens reefs
Fri, 4 Mar 2022
A new study has delivered a stark warning about the impacts of urban growth on the world’s coral reefs.

A hookup may not make you feel better
Wed, 2 Mar 2022
A new study by James Cook University researchers has found satisfaction with casual sex depends on the motivation behind it.

Poor sleep more common for Indigenous people
Tue, 8 Feb 2022
A new study suggests sleep disorders in Indigenous Australian are more common than for non-Indigenous Australians and have worse effects.

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