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9 February 2023
Dr Chester Cao, Dr Sarah D’Arcy, Dr Victoria Allan and Dr Steve Ahn,

Team takes out medical prize for IUD research

Dr Sarah D’Arcy, Dr Chester Cao, Dr Steve Ahn, and Dr Victoria Allan along with their supervisor Associate Professor Alireza Ahmadvand investigated how the COVID-19 pandemic and associated lockdowns affected rates of long-acting reversible contraception utilisation.

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10 December 2019

Vascular access research receives $3.6m in funding

National Health and Medical Research Council funding to improve the experience for thousands who require peripheral intravenous catheters.

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2 September 2014

Griffith improves community health care access

Providing Australia’s multicultural society with improved access to health services is the focus of Griffith University research.

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6 June 2024

$1m award delivers Australian-first tech for biomed research 

Native Charge Detection Mass Spectrometry will enable cross-collaboration research to develop life-changing therapies, vaccines and diagnostics. 

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21 May 2024

Pharmacy alumnus leads medication automation at Tugun Satellite Hospital

The digitisation and automation of medication management is helping nurses and doctors to provide quality care to patients.

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13 March 2024

$5 million grant for the Tracking Cube

$5m MRFF grant to help screen children and adolescents at risk of neurodevelopmental disorders.

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31 January 2024

Griffith pros and QAS paramedics meet in Mongolia to elevate emergency care

Gold Coast paramedics have united with ambulance staff in Mongolia as part of Griffith's ongoing efforts to elevate emergency medical services (EMS) and disaster capacity.

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21 December 2023

Sole connection: New guidelines for diabetes-related foot disease considers those most at risk

Professor James Charles has been instrumental in developing new national guidelines for diabetes-related foot disease, the first in more than a decade.

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4 December 2023
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8 November 2023
Chemist checklist

Avoid stigmatising patients who seek emergency contraception

Emergency contraception, often called the 'morning after' pill, is used by individuals to prevent unintended pregnancy. Pharmacists play a crucial role in providing this medication. The timeliness and professionalism of their services are vital, as these medications have limited effectiveness windows. However, the use of intrusive checklists to gather information has been discouraged since 2022, as it can hinder patient care and sensitivity says Griffith University's Denise Hope.

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