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Campus health and wellbeing

The Bond University Campus Nurse has compiled a range of health and wellbeing resources for staff and students.

This hub of resources is regularly¬†updated with new content to ensure the Bond University community has access to up-to-date and relevant content.¬† If you would like a particular topic covered, please email [email protected]

 

 

Breast Screen Queensland logo

Breast Cancer is the most common cancer for women effecting 1 in 7 women in Australia in their lifetime. Since the introduction of regular, free breast screening mortality rates have dropped nationally by 34%.

Breast screen Queensland offers free Breast screening to Women aged 50 to 74 at clinics located across the Gold Coast, no referral needed. Screening is recommended every 2 years.

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Person using the rowing machine in the gym

Did you know that Coronary heart disease is the leading cause of death in Queensland? Or that two-thirds of Cardiac disease fatalities are preventable? It is never too early to consider your cardiac health.

 

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Building a Better Bondy infographic

Bond University students have access to a new Community page on iLearn that connects you to a wide range of wellbeing initiatives. The Building a Better Bondy community contains six subjects, including Living Well. 

Developed in collaboration with mental health experts, Living Well takes a positive, preventative approach to help students maintain their mental, physical, emotional, and financial wellbeing.

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Find out more about our Registered Nurse:

 

Melissa Masters (Mel) is a post graduate qualified Registered Nurse with 15 years' experience working across a variety of acute care settings including Emergency and Haematology/Oncology.

Having worked in critical care environments, Mel has experience with diverse patient presentations and has extensive experience providing advanced life support to critically unwell people.

Mel has a particular interest in Women's health and sexual health.

Mel is available by appointment for:

  • General Healthcare and advice
  • Sexual Health advice
  • Wound care
  • Immunisations
  • Routine travel vaccinations and information
  • Triage for doctors
  • First aid
  • Pathology Collection
  • Blood pressure check
  • Lung Function testing