Strengthening midwifery education standards to improve maternity services was the call at the recent Trans-Tasman Midwifery Education conference.
Griffith’s internationally acclaimed Bachelor of Midwifery program has been recognised with a prestigious 2017 Australian Award for University Teaching (AAUT) for Programs that Enhance Learning. The award was announced at the Department of Education and Training’s Australian Awards Presentation Ceremony in Melbourne. It was one of two AAUT awards won by Griffith with the Griffith […]
‘Maternity Care: Building Relationships Really Does Save Lives’ is open for enrolment now and enables learners to see how quality relationships between mothers, midwives and other health professionals transforms maternity care and saves lives.
The 2017 Australian Awards for University Teaching, Citations for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning, have been announced by Senator the Hon Simon Birmingham, Minister for Education and Training.
The midwifery profession is at risk of increasing levels of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), according to new research from Griffith University this week.
Suicide is one of the leading causes of maternal death in many developed countries. A Griffith professor has called for more research to be done to understand the causes and how these tragic deaths can be prevented.
The success of Griffith midwifery education and research programs will be on display tomorrow as Griffith School of Nursing and Midwifery celebrates the International Day of the Midwife 2016.