Artistic mediums such as visual art, music, dance and creative writing may empower people recovering from mental health issues to share their stories and gain confidence and understanding of their illness.
Griffith University researchers are working on a collaborative project to enhance the way pharmacies assist people with mental illnesses.
Young people can change negative attitudes to violence against women.
Addressing communication challenges when a friend or family member receives a cancer diagnosis has been the focus for Griffith’s Dee Handyside and Dr Vanette McLennan.
History will see this era as revolutionary in awareness, but will it be disappointed by action?
A Griffith University-led team will examine the scope and quality of Australian social work research to determine its effectiveness and ways to improve the quality of services in child protection, disability and aged care.
“This day is a celebration of the positive outcomes that can and have been achieved by many students from refugee backgrounds. We want to bring people together and increase community understanding of the refugee experience.”