Search results for: infection control

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20 April 2018

Griffith launches free online course to improve infection control and combat health pandemics

‘Plagues, Pestilence and Pandemics: AreYou Ready?’ is open for enrolment now and enables learners to explore the current and emerging threat of global health pandemics and how we can respond to themeffectively.

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10 April 2024
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19 January 2022

Developing new antibiotics to treat drug resistant infections

Institute for Glycomics researchers awarded $1.1 million from NHMRC to develop new antibiotics for drug resistant gonorrhoea.

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22 January 2020
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11 December 2017

New hope for sufferers of urinary tract infection

New understanding of a bacterium that causes urinary tract infection (UTI) is providing fresh hope for sufferers of this common condition, following a breakthrough by a Griffith microbiologist.

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29 July 2015
Institute for Glycomics researchers Michael Jennings and John Atack

Researchers close gap on developing vaccine for middle ear infections

Researchers from Griffith University’s Institute for Glycomics together with the Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Ohio have discovered ground breaking evidence...

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24 June 2020

Griffith expert part of WHO’s fight against COVID-19

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.

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14 August 2020

Fellowship aims to train those on the healthcare frontline

Advance Queensland Fellowship aims to prepare frontline healthcare professionals working with infectious patients during pandemics such as COVID-19.

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30 June 2020
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11 March 2020

‘The doctor will Skype you now’: telehealth may limit coronavirus spread, but there’s more we can do to protect health workers

Griffith expert in infection prevention and control says telehealth consultations are a good step in controlling the spread of COVID-19 but more needs to be done.

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