Griffith University established the Master of Speech Pathology course in 2012 in response to the increasing need for services locally.
A specialised team of Griffith researchers have partnered with the Allied Health Professions’ Office to evaluate the training of allied health professionals in remote and rural areas of Queensland.
A cookbook full of recipes designed specifically for people who have difficulty swallowing is now just a click of the mouse button away. Beyond the Blender: Dysphagia Made Easy is the brainchild of speech pathologist and Griffith researcher Simone Howells, and has been created by Master of Speech Pathology students at the School of Allied […]
Growing demand for allied health services has translated to growing opportunities for students seeking healthcare careers outside the traditional medicine and dentistry degrees. The sector is surging, with an ageing population and onset of chronic disease driving patient volumes, and a focus on prevention and new technologies improving outcomes. Griffith University has responded by bringing […]
Gold Coast residents with aphasia are set to benefit from a new social group set up by Griffith University Speech Pathology students.
Helping to raise Logan children’s language and literacy skills during the early prep years has been the focus of a new collaboration between a group of Griffith Master of Speech Pathology students and Education Queensland (EQ).
Investment in intense therapy for post-stroke patients with aphasia improves quality of life for survivors as well as significant savings to the hospital system. This is according to new research from Griffith University’s School of Rehabilitation Sciences due to be presented at this week’s Gold Coast Health and Medical Research Conference 2012. Aphasia is the inability to communicate […]