Health Check

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Turning a love of anatomy into a career as a paramedic

When Tomoaki Shiratsuchi began his undergraduate degree, his plan was to become a doctor, but a turn at paramedicine changed his career path entirely  When Tomoaki began his… Read More

A dentistry graduate in the Royal Australian Air Force

Max Moody takes his skills in dentistry across the country and the world to help engage communities through public health outreach opportunities.   As a Griffith Dentistry graduate, Max Moody was… Read More

Hard work, life-long learning, and a career in Cardiac Investigations

“I had no idea when I started university that I would be in position that I am now” – Luke Shanahan, Griffith University Alumnus… 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

Awards showcase outstanding Health alumni

From pediatric palliative care and humanitarian dental work to psychological support for First Australians, the 2018 Alumni Award Finalists showcase the rich diversity of Griffith’s… Read More

Why should you give back?

Universities expend a lot of energy, time and money in connecting with their alumni. While living the life of a struggling uni student, surfing the… Read More

Saneil Chand

After graduating from the Griffith University Master of Pharmacy program, Saneil Chand bought his own pharmacy at the age of just 25 and worked every day for two years to establish a respectable business and quality service to the people of Buranda. Read More

First Peoples alumni changing the world

The First Peoples issue of Health Check featured two outstanding alumni who have made extraordinary impacts in their chosen professions. We reconnected with Brisbane GP Dr Samarra Toby and Toowoomba dentist Dr Michael Baker to ask them about their journey to being remarkable. Read More

Griffith grad helps to create a safer world for at-risk children

A passion for child protection has been the fuel behind the successful career of Griffith Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) graduate Susie Upton who is the co-founder of Brisbane-based counselling and psychology service Child Aware. Read More

Students given a sporting chance

With the right leadership and support, it’s possible for student athletes to be remarkable in both sporting prowess and academic achievement. As Director of the Griffith University Sports College, Duncan Free has been the driving force behind a cutting-edge strategy that has placed Griffith on the world stage. Read More