Business and government
Griffith University well-being survey: Preparing for an intergenerational practice pilot in Western Australia during COVID-19
In order to better understand and respond to the needs of older Australians living independently, Griffith University researchers partnered with Western Australian not-for-profit community organisations to conduct a Wellness survey. The Griffith Well-being Survey, part of the Western Australia Intergenerational Practice Pilot, explores the level of well-being experienced by older people living independently, especially in […]
Artistic mediums such as visual art, music, dance and creative writing may empower people recovering from mental health issues to share their stories and gain confidence and understanding of their illness.
Wiradjuri descendant Naomi Sunderland leads ARC funded research into how First Peoples music mitigates negative health factors in communities.
A Griffith panel of experts has explained why it is essential that patients from all walks of life see themselves represented by the clinicians that treat them.
Graduating Griffith students are celebrating their academic milestone virtually this year as COVID-19 mass gathering restrictions move the ceremonies online.
Contrary to popular views, parental smartphone use is rarely associated with poor parenting.
Arts Education Law
Griffith University’s commitment to breaking the cycle of disadvantage in Logan has been bolstered by a $5.5 million grant from the Paul Ramsay Foundation that will fund an expansive community-based research program.
Australians are well-versed in the symptoms of COVID-19 but assessing our mental well-being after weeks of lockdown is less well-known.
Griffith Health and The Ministry of Social Affairs, Indonesia come together to find solutions to social problems
The Ministry of Social Affairs (MoSA) visited Griffith this week to further advance the strong collaboration initiated in 2012, with continuing involvement from Professor Patrick O’Leary, Professor Donna McAuliffe, Head of School, other staff members from the School of Human Services and Social Work (HSV) and Griffith Health. HSV is helping the government of Indonesia […]
Department of Business Strategy and Innovation
Empowering women aged 50 and over with the skills and knowledge to start micro-businesses is the aim of a Griffith University project.
A new podcast series, CRUcial Conversations, will feature five stories of grassroots leadership and change in the disability sector, highlighting leaders who have created incredible impact in the public domain. They are Queenslanders who have created a more inclusive society for people with disabilities. In the process, they have improved countless lives and have shown […]
Young people can change negative attitudes to violence against women.
Griffith Graduate Research School
The program gives students a taste of what it’s like to be a researcher, and the impact their research could have on the community.
A passion for helping people with disability is close to Chithrani Palipana’s heart.
Arts Education Law
ABC Brisbane Radio’s Loretta Ryan will host a discussion with community and university experts about the prevention of domestic and family violence on Tuesday, August 21, 2018. They will discuss the prevalence and impact of gendered violence in the community and how bystanders can play a role in recognising and preventing this behaviour. Vanessa Fowler […]
From paediatric palliative care and humanitarian dental work to a passion for astrophysics and groundbreaking scientific research into Malaria, the 2018 Alumni Awards showcase the rich diversity of Griffith’s Health and Science alumni.
Addressing communication challenges when a friend or family member receives a cancer diagnosis has been the focus for Griffith’s Dee Handyside and Dr Vanette McLennan.
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.