10 Reduced Inequalities
Following 16 years of development, the Tele-MAST program decreases depression and anxiety in brain tumour survivors, has potential to ease the financial burden to the healthcare system and is now rolling out nationally.
Autism Centre of Excellence
Griffith University made an essential and substantial contribution to the development of a new national guideline, helping autistic children and their families access high-quality support. Autism is diagnosed in more than one per cent of the population and while all autistic children have great strengths, many also experience substantial challenges. The new guideline provides a […]
Gold Coast Health and Knowledge Precinct
Griffith promotes workforce diversity and inclusion during Disability Action Week and asks employers to ‘open-up to opportunity’.
Arts Education Law
Griffith University has entered a new three-year partnership with Queensland Ballet.
Arts Education Law
A new partnership between Griffith and MAIC will examine the experiences of injured Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders and the Compulsory Third Party scheme.
Griffith Law School
This post has been contributed by Associate Professor Kylie Burns, member of both Griffith's Law Futures Centre and Hopkins Centre.
Griffith has received a stellar commendation for its sustainability efforts, ranking 38th from 1115 institutions globally in the 2021 THE Impact Rankings.
Griffith supports International Day of People With Disability, which this year coincides with the first anniversary of the Queensland Human Rights Act and an easing of COVID-19 restrictions.
A team of Griffith health technology researchers have won the iAwards 2020 Business Industry Solution of the Year prize with a device to better identify and treat pain.
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.
The Dignity Project Community Hub has made progress bringing citizens and scientists together to reform barriers faced by people with disabilities.
One of Australia's leading advocates for people with a disability and a former Anti-Discrimination Commissioner has received an honorary doctorate from Griffith University.
Translational research for improved rehabilitation in Queensland is the focus of the 2ndBold Ideas Better Solutions Symposium 2018being held this week.