Health Check

Category: Nursing and Midwifery

Midwifery | Nursing | Primary Maternity Care | Infection Control

Creating a future for all – Griffith Health Experts discuss

If you’d like to build a career in health but you’re not sure where you’d like to work, our panelists highlighted a range of innovative career options where they expect to see growth in the next five years - the perfect place to build or start your career in health! Read More

Fulfilling a midwifery dream as a mature-age student

Bachelor of Midwifery student Hayley Clarke has dreamed of becoming a midwife since high school but couldn’t find a pathway that suited her needs.   After a successful career… Read More

Advancing infection control a top priority for Griffith Expert

Dr Peta-Anne Zimmerman, senior lecturer for Griffith’s School of Nursing and Midwifery and consultant to the World Health Organization (WHO) is joining forces with experts from across Australia in a… Read More

Called to Nurse: Meet former PAH patient and DonateLife Champion Jordan Bate

Soon-to-be nursing graduate Jordan Bate knows a great deal more than textbooks can teach him about caring for patients. In a sense, he’s been training for the role most of his young life. Read More

Griffith students start midwifery placements on Sunshine Coast

Applicants to Griffith University’s Bachelor of Midwifery program now have the option of preferencing placements at the Sunshine Coast Hospital on their application, giving them… Read More

From nurse, to midwife, to Executive Director

Alanna Geary is the Executive Director of Nursing and Midwifery Services for Metro North Hospital and Health Service. With oversight of a nursing and midwifery staff… Read More

Balancing motherhood, Midwifery studies and continuity of care

It wasn't until she gave birth to her first child that Jody Kallis truly understood the role midwives play in supporting women through their pregnancy, birth and postnatally. Read More

Midwifery students provide online continuity of care support for women

Having a baby? We would love to provide you with support, care and information from a midwifery student near you. Have you considered receiving support from a Griffith Midwifery Student? Read More

Helping patients live their life to the fullest

Debbie Hong is a third-year nursing student looking forward to graduating in 2020. She says this year is particularly meaningful as it is the Year of the Nurse and the Midwife.   Third-year… Read More

Celebrating 10 years of Midwifery

Midwifery at Griffith is celebrating 10 years since the introduction of our Bachelor of Midwifery Program. The School of Midwifery has plenty to celebrate at… Read More