Griffith University recently welcomed a delegation from Taiwan to celebrate the Health Groups partnership with the Taiwan Health Promotion Administration (HPA). Professor Analise O’Donovan, Dean (Academic), and Professor Cordia Chu, Director of the Centre for Environment and Population Health, hosted the delegation at the Nathan campus to celebrate the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding […]
Two Griffith academics are in Mongolia delivering training to multi-casualty and disaster training to more than 60 doctors and nurses across the province.
A uniquely Queensland story of strong disaster management in the context of climate change is the focus of a new Griffith University produced film.
Griffith University’s Centre for Environment and Population Health has begun the new year full of optimism and inspiration after ending 2015 with a string of awards and acknowledgments for staff, PhD researchers and alumni. These include — At a special ceremony in Beijing in November, Mr Song Tie — Vice Director of China’s Guangdong Provincial Center […]
Dr Maria Antonio's research into the implications of the international trade in health services is seeking ways to achieve economic gain without the exploitation of her Filipino countrymen
On 30 October 2014, Professor Sarah Todd, Pro Vice Chancellor (International) welcomed Professor Dr Masrurah Mokhtar MA, Rector of Muslim University of Indonesia (UMI) to the Nathan campus to sign an MoU between Griffith University and UMI to facilitate collaborations with the Centre for Environment and Population Health (CEPH) and the Faculty of Public Health […]
Griffith University’s Centre for Environment and Population Health (CEPH) has launched its latest international initiative, the Bangladesh Program. The program seeks to ensure a healthier Bangladesh through embracing areas such as public health leadership, capacity building, institutional strengthening and research in climate change and health. As well as providing a university-wide platform to engage policy makers, […]