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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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23 February 2022
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26 November 2021
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26 February 2021

Rewards for outstanding contributions to student learning

Severalhighly regarded Griffith educators have been awarded Citations for OutstandingContributions to Student Learning in the 2020Australian Awards for University Teachinground.

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1 October 2019

‘Morning after’ misleading Schoolies on emergency contraception

Re-think on outdated ‘morning after’ terminology urged after study finds more than 25% of Schoolies believed emergency contraception pill was harmful.

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27 September 2018

Griffith recognises Teaching Excellence

A passion to teach not just languages but impart knowledge about different cultures and people plays a major part of...

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31 May 2018
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22 May 2014

Changes to intercountry adoption must put children’s needs first

Prime minister Tony Abbott has released the Report of the Interdepartmental Committee on Intercountry Adoption and announced changes to “enable more people to find families”, not meet children’s needs. This wordplay is more important than it might seem, writes Dr Patricia Fronek, School of Human Services and Social Work.

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