3 Good Health and Well Being

Revolutionary artificial heart a lifeline for heart failure patients

Transdisciplinary consortium to develop and commercialise revolutionary and life-changing implantable cardiac devices.
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10 Reduced Inequalities

Integrity experts call for focus on justice for whistleblowers

No employee should be left worse-off for blowing the whistle - Griffith integrity experts call for a principles-based Commonwealth whistleblower protection regime.
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10 Reduced Inequalities

Griffith pros and QAS paramedics meet in Mongolia to elevate emergency care

Gold Coast paramedics have united with ambulance staff in Mongolia as part of Griffith's ongoing efforts to elevate emergency medical services (EMS) and disaster capacity.
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Does your foot shape dictate how well you do the locomotion, baby?

A Griffith University and UQ research collab is reshaping our understanding of human biomechanics.
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3 Good Health and Well Being

Likelihood of more ambulance callouts as heatwave conditions continue

As Australia swelters through a long, hot summer, the effects of heatwaves and the likelihood of ambulance callouts is at the heart of new Griffith University research.
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17 Partnerships for the Goals

Tooth be told, pain-free and needle-free dentistry trial underway

A visit to the dentist has the potential to instil fear and anxiety in many Australians, but help is on the way with a game-changing device promising pain-free and needle-free dentistry.
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10 Reduced Inequalities

Sole connection: New guidelines for diabetes-related foot disease considers those most at risk

Professor James Charles has been instrumental in developing new national guidelines for diabetes-related foot disease, the first in more than a decade.
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3 Good Health and Well Being

EPIC Strategy for Better Education

Student learning and wellbeing is maximised when parents and teachers work cohesively together, a landmark study has found. Griffith University researchers Dr Linda Willis and Professor Beryl Exley from the School of Education and Professional Studies collaborated with Independent Schools Queensland and the Queensland Independent School Parents Network to complete the three-year project where parents […]
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11 Sustainable Cities and Communities

Griffith-led CRC attracts $140 million to tackle plastic waste

Griffith's first CRC to unite industry, government and research to enhance plastics value chain.  
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11 Sustainable Cities and Communities

World tourism receives first climate change stocktake

The Tourism and Climate Change Stocktake 2023 is the first report of its kind to assess the state of tourism worldwide.
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10 Reduced Inequalities

Researchers help over-65s with in-home heat device trials

Technology puts heat control in hands of home owners.
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11 Sustainable Cities and Communities

Griffith University achieves a stellar outcome for its sustainability efforts

Griffith University has been ranked 40th globally in the QS Sustainability Ranking 2024, including 2nd in Queensland overall, and 7th in Australia.
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3 Good Health and Well Being

New adaptive clinical trial offers new hope for progressive multiple sclerosis

The first-ever adaptive clinical trial for Australians living with MS will seek to reverse neurological damage caused by progressive multiple sclerosis.
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3 Good Health and Well Being

Acting Like Everything’s OK

A comprehensive survey has been launched by Griffith University researchers to assess the state of mental health in workers across the film and television industry. 
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10 Reduced Inequalities

Griffith Alumnus journey with MS, graduation success and scoring the perfect job

Managing multiple sclerosis, Griffith University Alumnus Gavin Jackson persevered to achieve a Bachelor’s degree in Human Services, which landed him the perfect job.
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Vetoing Vaping

A Griffith University researcher is delving into the motivations and struggles of young vapers to co-design a vaping cessation program.
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10 Reduced Inequalities

Griffith Design Café is revolutionising access through co-design

The Design Cafe co-design initiative invited participants with disability to work alongside designers, engineers and occupational therapists to produce solutions to challenges.
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Criminalisation Prevents Steroid Users from Seeking Help

New research from Griffith University’s School of Applied Psychology has investigated the effect criminalisation of Anabolic—Androgenic Steroid (AAS) use has on users’ ability to seek help.
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