The launch of a podcast series today will reinforce a new brand that aligns the mission of Avondale with its research agenda.
The evidence has been inconclusive until now: using an antiseptic instead of saline when inserting catheters reduces the risk of urinary tract infection.
Healthcare providers take note. An Avondale academic’s paper published in a prestigious journal shows how a change in cleaning practices significantly reduced infections at 11 hospitals in Australia.
This is the story of an Avondale nursing alumna with an eponymous last name, her entrepreneurial brother-in-law and a greeting at graduation with a professor whose research has helped bring a hospital infection control resource to market.
Students from a faith-based system in Australia who self-rated their health are helping researchers at Avondale discover what sets them up for success.
Almost all first-year pre-service teachers at Avondale are living more happily after participating in an experiential wellbeing intervention as part of their course.