Improving the delivery of acute wound care services in hospital is the focus of a new NHMRC Centre of Research Excellence.
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.
Griffith University academic Professor Brigid Gillespie has been recognised for her contribution to nursing research.
Graduating Griffith students are celebrating their academic milestone virtually this year as COVID-19 mass gathering restrictions move the ceremonies online.
Four remarkable members of the Griffith University community have been recognised in the Harvey Norman Gold Coast Women of the Year awards.
Griffith mass gathering expert Dr Jamie Ranse has led the development of Queensland's framework outlining how we start holding mass gatherings and events again.
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Griffith has been ranked number 1 in Australia for Nursing and Midwifery, Hospitality and Tourism Management, and Law (including Criminology) in ShanghaiRanking's Global Ranking of Academic Subjects 2020.
Dylan Green is pursuing his dream of nursing at Griffith University thanks to the support of a $6,000 scholarship from SurePark.
A Griffith infection control expert continues to help the World Health Organization’s (WHO) fight against COVID-19 after returning from a month consulting on the pandemic overseas.
Campuses which closed during COVID-19 will spring back to life next month as the University prepares to progressively ramp up on-campus teaching and learning activities.
A Griffith University-led international collaboration has published the world's first paediatric guidelines for intravenous catheters.
Professor Sheena Reilly, Griffith’s Pro Vice Chancellor (Health) and Professor Julia Crilly have been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours.
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Griffith University will lead an important new project looking to transform the lives of mothers in custody and their children.
Working with some of the community’s most vulnerable, Griffith alumnus and nurse, Rebecca Silman, is one of the many healthcare professionals providing critical care during the coronavirus pandemic.
Griffith alumnus and midwifery lecturer Cassandra Nest has been recognised for her work proving quality maternity care to First Nations people with the HESTA Midwife of the Year 2020 award.
Two Griffith University lecturers making educational science videos easily accessible for high school students have seen a surge in engagement on their Youtube channel, surpassing 50,000 subscribers.
Sustainability and growth in nursing and midwifery will be Professor Ann Bonner’s focus when she takes the reins at Australia’s best school for nursing.
Global events have highlighted the importance of critical healthcare workers, including nurses at the forefront of the COVID-19 pandemic and the midwives who continue to serve the community.