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Image -  UNSW Rural Clinical School explores research collaborations using a wireless wrist continuous blood pressure monitor with Korean Industry start-up H2
Associate Professor McLachlan and fellow researchers from the RCS and Sydney University met with the founders of H2 a wireless continuous blood pressure device. We chatted over several days at the International Society for Hypertension in Seoul. “This is an impressive cost effective solution for... more
Image - UNSW Rural Clinical School visit Keimyung University, Medicine Faculty in Daegu South Korea under an Australia-Korea Foundation grant
UNSW Rural Clinical School academics A/Prof Craig McLachlan, Ms Yuling Zhou, Dr Yaxin Lu, Joel Katz and A/Prof Brett Hambly from University of Sydney travelled via the express train from Seoul Station to meet with biomedical engineering academic Dr Jong-Ha Lee (lab website - http://www.aicdlab.... more
Image - UNSW RCS academics visit the Clinical Hypertension journal booth in Seoul
Associate Professor McLachlan from the RCS visits the Clinical Hypertension journal booth at the International Hypertension conference in Seoul – A/Prof Craig McLachlan (in photo above, centre) was surprised to see his co-authored paper being show-cased at the booth. Other co-authors from Sydney... more
Image - In Seoul: UNSW Rural Clinical School meets our external supervised PhD Nepal student Dinesh Neupane from Aarhus University
Associate Professor McLachlan meets Dinesh Neupane his external co-supervised PhD student at the International Hypertension conference in Seoul. Both Associate Professor McLachlan and Dinesh supported the conference by submitting four poster presentations and abstracts. The photo above is of of... more
Image - UNSW Rural Clinical School collaborates with Monebo Technologies Inc for rural heart rhythm screening with a focus on atrial fibrillation
UNSW’s Rural Clinical School (RCS) is excited to launch a research collaboration with Monebo Technologies, Inc. (Texas, USA). The collaboration allows use of Monebo’s leading industry cardiac arrhythmia detection software to screen for atrial fibrillation using our school’s small ECG devices. The... more
Image - Local med student waxes lyrical about Orange
After a very pretty train ride west across the mountains and farmlands, you arrive at Orange. In autumn it defiantly lives up to its name; absolutely gorgeous trees covered in orange and yellow. And if you are lucky, you might even catch some snow. Bloomfield hospital is one of the last remaining... more
Image - Srajan is a UNSW medical student… and a trained astronaut!
Second year rural medical student Srajan Singh is a muso, medical student – and a trained astronaut. Yes you heard that right. In Year 11 Srajan was selected as one of an elite, multi-national squad of high school students to take part in ‘International Space Camp’ in Alabama, USA. The Narrabri... more
Image - From East Timor Diplomat, to Arnhem Land project officer, to non-fiction writer – UNSW med student Tanya has seen it all!
Tanya Burke has already seen and done more than most people do in a lifetime. It was as a diplomat in East Timor when she first discovered her love of medicine, working alongside the Australian Embassy doctor – and she carried that passion onto her work on a scabies program in East Arnhem Land,... more
Image - Morgan helps Fijian children smile again
Morgan Haines of Tanunda has seen the highs and lows of working in reconstructive surgery in resource-poor Fiji. She has just returned from a medical placement in Fiji, working with charities Avant and Interplast and Morgan tells how her trip gave her an insight into the often challenging world of... more
Image - UNSW med student sees impacts of climate change on one of Pacific’s most vulnerable island-nations
Medical student Georgia Diebold feels that working with people in fields outside of health, often leads to much better ideas and solutions - especially when dealing with complex issues like climate change and how it relates to healthcare. The RCS Port Macquarie student has just returned back from a... more

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