As co-founder of Everydayhero, Griffith graduate Simon Lockyer changed fundraising globally. Now with Five Good Friends, he has turned his social conscience and business sense to aged care
History will see this era as revolutionary in awareness, but will it be disappointed by action?
WOW’s Professor Ruth McPhail is Head of the Department of Employment Relations and Human Resources (with whom the Centre has a close working relationship). Raised as an academic at Griffith University, her social justice agenda has always been very strong. We spent five minutes with Ruth to learn a little more about what research underpinned by […]
How intergenerational model could revolutionise respite care.
How robots can improve care for people in aged care will be the focus this week at Griffith University’s Robotic Symposium.
Centre for Work Organisation and Wellbeing
WOW-affiliated student member, Katrina Radford was awarded first prize ($500) by a judging panel of three Griffith Business School academic staff (including GBS HDR Director and WOW member, Professor Kate Hutchings), from a pool of 27 entries in the 2012 GBS Poster Competition in September. Four additional WOW-affiliated student members entered the Competition, which is […]
Improving workforce development within the aged care sector is the focus for Griffith’s Research Centre for Clinical and Community Practice Innovation following a $520,000 federal grant. Enabling the Centre to work alongside key providers, the Training and Research Aged Care Services (TRACS) grant is aligned with a recent federal government announcement to inject $10.2 million into building a […]