Helping young women live well after a cancer diagnosis is the aim of a new program being developed by members of the Women’s Wellness Research Group at Griffith University.
‘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.
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 […]
Dr Kathleen Baird has been appointed by the Queensland Attorney General as the Deputy Chair of the Domestic and Family Violence Death Review and Advisory Board for three years.
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 […]
Improvements in workforce development within the aged care sector have been a focus of Griffith’s Centre for Health Practice Innovation and School of Nursing and Midwifery.
We are developing new infections and becoming resistant to the antibiotics to treat them.