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Seeking participants for paediatric Eosinophilic Oesophagitis study

We are currently seeking participants who live in Australia and are the parent or carer of a child who has Eosinophilic Oesophagitis (EoE) and is… Read More

Seeking participants for 8 week ‘GroWell for Health’ program

ABOUT THE PROJECT Chronic diseases, such as heart disease and type 2 diabetes, are the leading cause of illness and death in Australia and globally. Read More

New Mindfulness group starting 8 October at Mt Gravatt campus

Enhance your psychological wellbeing and free your thoughts  Read More

PharmG game takes simulation to a new level

The annual PharmG game is underway, with a cohort of international educational partners visiting Griffith University’s Gold Coast campus to take part in an extended… Read More

Seeking participants for new ‘Diabetes and Periodontal disease’ study

We are currently seeking participants for a new research study regarding the relationship between ‘Diabetes and Periodontal disease’. You are eligible to participate in the… Read More

Rebecca Curran is more than your labels

We recently spoke with remarkable graduate Rebecca Curran, a Clinical Pharmacist for Gold Coast Health who has been employed at the Gold Coast University Hospital… Read More

Child Anxiety Program for 8-11 year olds at Mt Gravatt campus – starting 2 October

Does your child suffer from chronic anxiety? The 10 week Child Anxiety Program helps children aged 8-11 years with strategies to reduce anxiety by providing them with practical solutions to everyday situations. Read More

Global opportunities for Social Work students

Recently School of Human Services and Social Work student Joel Dennis travelled to Indonesia with Prof Patrick O’Leary, Professor of Social Work, to take part… Read More

Griffith helps advance paramedicine capacity in the Maldives

Griffith University and the Maldives Ministry of Health recently launched the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) funded Australia Awards Short Course “Paramedicine Skills… Read More


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