Researchers call for a consistent set of guidelines to support clinicians and caregivers in providing therapy and supports for children on the autism spectrum.
Children who attend private schools or have a high family income are more susceptible to wearing down their teeth.
Centre for Work Organisation and Wellbeing
Twin Griffith-led reports recommend changes to return to work practices.
Two Griffith alumni are helping to shape the future of disability policy and services with important advocacy roles at the Disability Royal Commission.
The winners of this year’s Outstanding Alumni Awards include Queensland’s first Chief Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Officer and the creator of hit TV series Bluey.
Personalised nutrition advice from primary healthcare providers is better than usual care at improving a person’s health and costs little more.
New research blocks HIV in mice, paving way to deliver therapies for other diseases affecting the brain.
Aboriginal scholar and podiatrist Professor James Charles has been appointed Director of Griffith University’s First Peoples Health Unit.
Fiona Wright took the plunge to commence University as a mature age student, in pursuit of a career to improve the public health and nutrition gap among Indigenous communities. Completing a Bachelor of Public Health Promotion and Graduate Diploma in Indigenous Health Promotion (2020), Fiona now works full time in Griffith’s First People’s Health Unit, supporting health students on their educational journey. “My study at Griffith set […]
Griffith University’s award-winning Industry Mentoring Program (IMP) is connecting students with professional role models and career coaches.
Griffith University researchers are redefining the future of limb loss rehabilitation.
Arts Education Law
Communicating a thesis on complex adaptive systems theory in just three minutes is no simple task, but Amy Kirkegaard did it in style to win the Griffith Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition on Friday.
The first large-scale study of Electronic Medical Record usability in Australia has found nursing and medical professionals have differing experiences depending on where they work.
Teenagers who spend a few hours online after a stressful experience fare better than those who spend too much time or none at all.
Architecture, construction and planning
From baristas to barristers, Griffith University experts insist it will require the efforts of people from all walks of life to fight climate change.
Centre for Environment and Population Health
One of the state’s most esteemed public health professionals, currently completing a PhD at Griffith University, has been appointed to the WHO to lead contact tracing efforts.
Arts Education Law
Griffith University has received funding for six research projects through the ARC Discovery Early Career Researcher Award scheme.
Griffith calls on athletes and coaches to take part in new surf training study.