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16 March 2021
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5 May 2020
Members of the Pharmacy Trial Program research team. From left Dr Sara McMillan (Griffith), Dr Sarira El-Den (USyd), Professor Amanda Wheeler (Griffith) and Dr Claire O’Reilly (USyd).

$5M to help community pharmacies support people with mental illnesses

Griffith University researchers are working on a collaborative project to enhance the way pharmacies assist people with mental illnesses.

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29 August 2019
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26 June 2018

Improving medication management in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities

Equitable access and effective use of medicine is critical to closing the gap in health and life expectancy between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders and other Australians.

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4 July 2017

Worrying statistics around unwanted medicines, says Griffith research

Over 60 per cent of Australians currently have unwanted medicines in their home, says a new study conducted by Griffith School of Human Services and Social work.

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15 January 2014

Pharmacies helping mental health consumers

Community pharmacy staff are being sought by Griffith University as part of a study to improve the role of the local pharmacy and meet the needs of people with mental illness.

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10 December 2012

New mental health scholarships at Griffith

Griffith awards scholarships in a bid to further develop the non-government community mental health workforce.

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10 October 2012

Community pharmacy assists mental health

Improving the role of the local pharmacy to meet the needs of people with mentalillness is the aim of anational...

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31 October 2011

Griffith secures ground-breaking pharmacy project

Griffith University has secured $2.1 million research funding through the Pharmacy Guild of Australia. The research will significantly increase the...

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