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4 June 2024
Cruel Summer

Hot weather increases risk of emergency hospitalisations for patients with multimorbidity

Australians are no strangers to long, hot summers, but new Griffith University research has looked at the impact of hot...

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27 May 2024

People who care for loved ones with arthritis carry an economic burden

Informal carers looking after a loved one with arthritis are financially worse off than non-carers to the sum of $388 million, Griffith University research has discovered.

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22 May 2024

Landmark training facility at new Tweed Valley Hospital brings new opportunities for students and researchers

The Northern NSW Academic Health Alliance, of which Griffith University is a founding member, unveiled a state-of-the-art training hub at the new $723-million Tweed Valley Hospital today.

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21 May 2024

Pharmacy alumnus leads medication automation at Tugun Satellite Hospital

The digitisation and automation of medication management is helping nurses and doctors to provide quality care to patients.

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16 May 2024

Helping Australian organisations to become accessible and inclusive

Helping Australian organisations become more accessible by providing crucial insights about how users with disability are able to navigate services.

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9 May 2024
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7 May 2024

Exciting breakthrough offers hope for Long COVID patients

Researchers from Griffith University’s National Centre for Neuroimmunology and Emerging Diseases (NCNED) have made a groundbreaking discovery that could bring...

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2 May 2024

Griffith awarded $2.2 million in NHMRC Investigator Grants

Griffith University has been awarded $2.2 million across the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Investigator Grants. Congratulations to...

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29 April 2024

What’s the difference between ADD and ADHD?

ADHD, one of the most prevalent neurodevelopmental disorders, affecting 1 in 20 people. Originally termed ADD, it evolved into ADHD due to research and diagnostic controversies. The condition manifests in various subtypes, impacting individuals across age groups and genders says Dr Kathy Gibbs.

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29 April 2024
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