2020 NAIDOC Week has been celebrated across Griffith, albeit more virtually than in previous years.
Our First Peoples Health Unit turns five on Tuesday 25 August, and Director, Professor Roianne West, says while the unit has come a long way, there’s much more to do.
Griffith alumnus Haylene Grogan has described the first few months of her job as Queensland’s first Chief Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Officer as “coming home.” The proud Kuku Yalanji and Tagalaka woman started her career in health as a nurse in 1983 and said she was “loving” her new position, calling the new […]
A scholarship honouring the legacy of one of Australia’s great athletes will support two Griffith University Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander budding sport stars.
Griffith University First Peoples Health Unit has been announced as a partner in cultural safety training for Australia’s regulators of registered health practitioners.
The act of listening can help Indigenous prisoners reconnect with their culture and benefit their health and wellbeing, according to a new project by creative arts and health researchers at Griffith.
Griffith University is proud to recognise the life achievements of a remarkable humanitarian, Aunty Pamela Mam, a First Peoples’ Elder, role model, patron and matriarch. She has, for over 60 years, provided tireless service to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island Peoples, particularly in the fields of health care and education. Griffith has now conferred upon […]