Griffith Health

New director to helm First Peoples Health Unit

Aboriginal scholar and podiatrist Professor James Charles has been appointed Director of Griffith University’s First Peoples Health Unit.
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Alumni

Mentors help Griffith grads kickstart their careers

Griffith University’s award-winning Industry Mentoring Program (IMP) is connecting students with professional role models and career coaches.
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Arts Education Law

Our Paralympic athletes provide moments to celebrate

Griffith University’s Paralympic athletes have brought home 10 medals, including six Gold, after a golden final weekend in Tokyo.
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ADaPT

Griffith welcomes global tech companies into GCHKP

Griffith University Vice-Chancellor Professor Carolyn Evans has welcomed news three leading tech companies have based themselves in the growing Gold Coast Health and Knowledge Precinct.
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Architecture, construction and planning

Experts say everyone needed to battle climate change

From baristas to barristers, Griffith University experts insist it will require the efforts of people from all walks of life to fight climate change.
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Centre for Environment and Population Health

Griffith epidemiologist appointed to prestigious WHO role

One of the state’s most esteemed public health professionals, currently completing a PhD at Griffith University, has been appointed to the WHO to lead contact tracing efforts.
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Features

Emma McKeon takes a break after massive medal haul

Australia’s golden girl in the pool and recent Griffith graduate Emma McKeon says she’s now enjoying a bit of a break following her incredible seven medal haul in Tokyo.
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Griffith Health

Funding boost for Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder diagnosis and care

Griffith University-led projects aim to improve the diagnosis and treatment of children with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder.
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Alumni

Celebrating our athletes and successful Olympic campaign

Griffith applauds the incredible efforts of our newest Olympians and congratulates the 45 student and alumni athletes and staff members who proudly wore the green and gold in Tokyo.
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Arts Education Law

Ballet pilot to benefit those living with a brain injury

A pilot program aims to revolutionise rehabilitation for people living with a brain injury, using ballet.
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Business and government

Pandemic nutrition and food security in focus

Sri Lankan health professionals will take part in a six-month nutrition and food security program led by Griffith in collaboration with the Australian Government and local university partners. 
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Arts Education Law

Disrupting Violence Beacon – creating understanding and offering solutions

Griffith University's Disrupting Violence Beacon will look at violence across interpersonal, family, community, state and global levels.
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Griffith Health

Dental students give community a reason to smile

Griffith dental students are providing free clinics for people experiencing homelessness and high school students with limited access to regular oral health care.
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COVID-19

Nursing researchers recognised by international society

Two leading Griffith nursing experts have been recognised for their contribution to nursing research by the prestigious Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing.
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Alumni

Three Griffith scientists honoured as Young Tall Poppies

A trio of emerging Griffith University health scientists have been named as Queensland Young Tall Poppies for 2021.
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COVID-19

Diving for country and studying for the future

Ahead of the Games, Bachelor of Psychological Science student athlete Cassiel Rousseau met with Griffith Sports College to discuss his return to study after competing in Tokyo.
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Alumni

Large contingent of Griffith athletes bound for Olympics

Griffith University congratulates the 45 student, alumni, swim squad athletes and coaching staff who have been named in the Australian Olympic team for Tokyo.
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Griffith Health

First Peoples Health camp hosts health focused teens

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander high school students experienced a taste of university life and allied health careers at a three-day immersive camp.
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