With spring in the air (and a cold and wet winter behind us), Avondale is again partnering with a local council to boost the health and wellbeing of residents.
Amanda Oakes-Cornellissen is an active and entrepreneurial physiotherapist from Kathu in the Northern Cape Province of South Africa. She’s also one of the first students in our new Master of Lifestyle Medicine. We asked her six questions. Here are the answers she gave.
An anthology featuring leading Australian poets is an Avondale academic’s abiding gift to those in hospitals and aged care residences who feel anxious or alone.
An academic journal has published a paper co-authored by one of our researchers in a supplement introducing lifestyle medicine practices to family physicians.
The influence of his father and an advertisement for a scholarship encouraged Urijah Liligeto to begin his journey as a healthcare professional who is now helping his country make evidence-based choices to improve quality of life.
Lifestyle medicine is an essential skill for Marty Thomson’s ministry in Kempsey. With the town “suffering under the burden of so many preventable diseases,” the key to connecting with the community is pastors working with doctors.
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