Using animal robots in the care of people with dementia has a modest but significant benefit, a new Griffith University study has revealed.
Improving health and wellbeing through globally significant research and community engagement. This is the vision of Griffith’s newly restructured Menzies Health Institute Queensland leadership team.
The political, economic, medical and societal implications of Australia's ageing population have received plenty of media coverage. However, in some areas the nature of that coverage is becoming of concern, particularly regarding the attitudes towards dementia.
Griffith Health Professor Wendy Moyle has been appointed to a board of the World Health Organisation (WHO), which will revise the International Classification Diseases handbook.