Providing healthcare in a developing country wasn’t something Rachael Ovington expected to be doing while studying a Bachelor of Nursing. But it was an experience she will never forget and will take with her when she seeks employment as a full-time nurse next year. Rachael is one of almost 50 third-year Griffith nursing students to […]
A passion to provide care for people in developing countries is the fuel for study for Griffith University Bachelor of Nursing student Elizabeth Eastwell.
Access to quality health care can be easily taken for granted in Australia but in rural Laos, where even reliable electricity and running water cannot be guaranteed, professional health care and advice can make a dramatic difference to the wellbeing of local communities. The School of Nursing and Midwifery at Griffith University has offered short […]
A passion to provide care for people in developing countries is the fuel for study for Bachelor of Midwifery student Susan Xiong, 21.
Commerce student Richard Hyland is among 13 Griffith Business School student leaders that left for Laos on Saturday, June 22, to take part in the 2013 Laos Community Development Project. Part one of his Laos Blog starts here.
A batch of handmade bracelets is winging its way from the Gold Coast to Iceland this week. For Griffith business students Elisabet Osk Gudmundsdottir and Lauren Radford the consignment completes their fund-raising obligations ahead of a university project to Laos this weekend. Elisabet and Lauren are among a group of 13 Griffith Business School student […]