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24 February 2014
Sarah Gardiner, Griffith University, on beach with Gold Coast high rise skyline in background.

Tourism’s important role in ‘Closing the Gap’

Australia’s first dedicated Indigenous theme park attraction highlights the strong role tourism can play in helping to ‘Close the Gap’,...

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23 September 2015

Griffith Film School to host Australian premiere of Singapore Unbound

Griffith Film School (GFS) will host the Australian premiere ofBrisbane Festival’s Singapore Unboundfrom Tuesday 22 September to Saturday 26 September...

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31 March 2013

Griffith Indigenous students help ‘close the gap’

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Midwifery students get involved in a new partnership in Townsville.

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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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14 March 2017

Griffith Health First Peoples Health Plan launched

Closing the gap in health outcomes between Australia’s First Peoples and other Australians is the aim of the Griffith Health First Peoples Health Plan 2016-2022.

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18 April 2016
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27 February 2024
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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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17 July 2023

A new law in Nigeria lights the way for worldwide cancer prevention strategy

Griffith University researchers influenced passing of Nigerian bill making breast, cervical and prostate cancer education compulsory in high schools, providing a sustainable pathway to cancer prevention.

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25 April 2023

Time to do time for a fairer future?

Professor Susan Harris Rimmer contemplates the charges against a group of Queenslanders who protested against coal and gas in the parliament and were charged with disturbing the legislature, which carries a three-year jail sentence. She questions if getting arrested is the only meaningful way to achieve intergenerational justice.

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