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Prof Max Finlayson and Gillian Davies Recognition by Society of Wetland Scientists 

Congratulations Prof Max Finlayson on his election as a 2017 Fellow of Society for Wetland Scientists.  At the  2017 Annual Meeting, Max delivered a presentation on the die back of mangroves in Kakadu National Park and was one of over 200 attendees who signed the San Juan Statement on Climate Change and Wetlands,  Photo is presentation of Award from SWS President Gillian Davies San Juan, Puerto Rico, June 2017

Elderly face many barriers to obtaining good oral care

 A/prof Maree BernothThe experiences of residents and their relatives accessing oral hygiene care in a residential aged care facility. Cresp, S. J., & Bernoth, M. (2017) Australian Nursing and Midwifery Journal, 24(11), 26.

Indigenous Politics of Potential 
Indigenity
Indigenous peoples and a liberal politics of potential is a blog post by A/Prof Dominic O'Sullivan, appearing in Policy Press blog, University of Bristol, based on his new book Indigenity A Politics of Potential.

Empowering Social WorkersCompassion, love, commitment, some core values of skilled social workers
 A new book edited by Professor Manohar Pawar et al, demonstrates the central role of ethical character in effective social work practice.