The four-week study tour involved 23 professionals from across Pakistan's health and nutrition sector.
On the same day that the Minister for Main Roads and Road Safety, The Honourable Mark Bailey MP launched a road-safety advertising blitz, he visited the recently established Griffith University Centre of Research Excellence in Recovery Following Road Traffic Injuries.
Kayla Donald understands the problems facing by young expectant mothers in remote Indigenous communities. It’s the reason the Kirwan State High School student, whose community is located in Yunguburra near Cairns, came to Griffith University as part of the Aspirations and Pathways to Health Program. “I want to become a midwife so I can go […]
Many Australians spend a good deal of time contemplating life in the smallest room in the house, but few realise that the ‘porcelain throne’ is not just an item of convenience – it’s a valuable tool for preventing disease. At the 2nd International Seminar on Public Health and Education (ISPHE) in Semerang, Indonesia this week; […]
Delivering the latest best practice insights to health care professionals, educators, parents and students is the focus of this year’s Autism Seminar Series, run by the School of Education and Professional Studies Autism Centre of Excellence (ACE). The series, ‘Knowledge is Power’ aims to empower parents and allied health care professionals by sharing the latest […]
Students from Griffith’s School of Medicine have developed a program called Healthy Start to assist refugees navigate our health system.
Griffith University is seeking healthy, non-smoker males aged 18-45 years to participate in a study at Robina Hospital examining the infectivity of malaria parasites in humans. The results from this study are critical for further human clinical studies including the development of a malaria vaccine. This study will involve administering malaria parasites in red blood […]