Talking about organ donation

Griffith Health
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The importance of talking to family members about organ donation is the research focus for Griffith University’s Dr Melissa Hyde. Set to speak tomorrow (March 1) as part of DonateLife week 2013 (February 24 – March 3), Dr Hyde, from Griffith’s Behaviourial Basis of Health, will discuss the barriers to family communication about organ donation and how these […]

Research hub receives international recognition

Inside Griffith
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The Griffith University Research Hub has won a commendation of merit for innovation in the first Stanford Prize for Innovation in Research Libraries 2013. The Stanford Libraries’ new annual award celebrates groundbreaking programs, projects and services for research libraries anywhere in the world. There were twenty-four proposals in all, competing for the prize of $5000 […]

Troubled Waters: Tensions in the South China Sea

Centre for Governance and Public Policy
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Griffith Asia Institute was pleased to host Dr Michael C Williams, Distinguished Visiting Fellow, Chatham House, London on the 25 February 2013. Dr Williams spoke to researchers and students about the tensions in the South China Sea. He explained that tensions in South China Sea between ASEAN members, especially Vietnam the Philippines, and the PRC […]

Work and employment relations in an uneven patchwork world: AIRAANZ 2013

Centre for Work Organisation and Wellbeing
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Well attended by both Academic and Higher Degree Researchers (HDRs), the 27th Association of Industrial Relations Academics of Australia and New Zealand (AIRAANZ) Conference was held from 6–8 February, this year in Fremantle, Western Australia. Many a WOW industrial relations scholar delivered papers, following the release of findings from two Australian Research Council Linkage grants’ […]