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Campus health and wellbeing

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

Supporting your health 


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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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.



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.


Resources supporting the safe consumption of alcohol

Please take time to review the resources below to empower safe and responsible consumption of alcohol. 

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