Griffith University researchers have helped develop national guidelines to minimise healthcare workers' risk of infection spread.
Arts Education Law
The University has launched a new doctoral program to give future autism researchers the skills and experience they need to improve the lives of people on the spectrum. The Autism Future Researchers Doctoral Training Program is the first of its kind in Australia and was designed with extensive input from industry and the autism community. […]
Active lifestyle choices such as eating vegetables, exercising and quitting smoking can reduce the risk of chronic kidney disease a new study has found.
Business and government
Lead investigators from Griffith University Intergenerational Practice Project were delighted to receive the first of two proposed instalments of the Cromwell Property Group Foundation donation towards the 2-year Intergenerational practice partnership project. Professor Anneke Fitzgerald (Department of Business, Strategy and Innovation), Dr Gaery Barbery (School of Medicine, Health Services Management) and Gabriela Di Perna (Business, […]
Griffith University researchers who have developed an AI enabled virtual reality system to help people who have suffered a brain injury have won a major prize at the Bionics Queensland Challenge.
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.
Healthcare rationing disproportionately affects people with disabilities and COVID-19 has put a well overdue spotlight on the issue.
Griffith University medical students are getting their first taste of telehealth as they diagnose and treat simulated patients via webcam. While telehealth emerged as a way to avoid the doctor’s office during a pandemic, it is set to stay, transforming the way many access healthcare. More than 200 Medical and Pharmacy students have fulfilled their […]
Disability and Rehabilitation
Griffith University researchers are looking for people to take part in a study to improve rehabilitation outcomes.
Research finds Australian men 17% more likely to be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime than they were 30 years ago, while women were 10% more likely.
Griffith University alumnus Lily Satiowijaya’s helicopter flights to and from jobs are a little different to the average commute.
Griffith University is celebrating 10 years of providing medical students with hands-on experience in rural communities through its partnership with Queensland Rural Medical Education.
Four Griffith University representatives have been named recipients of the prestigious Fulbright Scholarship.
Dr Dinesh Palipana has been recognised with a global award for his work in advocating for people with disabilities.
Griffith has secured a $2m grant from the Motor Accident Insurance Commission for the BioSpine program.
Centre for Work Organisation and Wellbeing
Researchers estimate annual health services value of Australia’s national parks to be $145 billion a year.
Research finds method employed to calculate lifetime risks of cancer diagnosis and mortality overestimates these risks