New treatment for a common wrist injuryEngineering and Education Alliance (GCORE)
Groundbreaking bioengineering and 3D printing technology at Griffith is creating hope for sufferers of Scapholunate Interosseous Ligament (SLIL) injury, the most common of wrist ligament injuries.
Drug hoped to treat CFS causes impaired immune function, Griffith study saysFeatures
Reports that a drug used to treat autoimmune diseases and cancer could also treat Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) have been refuted by a new Griffith study.
‘Thought control’ approach to spinal injury rehab raises new hopeFeatures
Griffith medical graduate and Gold Coast University Hospital junior doctor Dinesh Palipana thinks about walking a lot, since a car accident left him a quadriplegic part-way through his medicine degree.
Call to tackle aggression in after-hours medicine following new Griffith studyGriffith Health
After hours doctors should take measures to protect themselves against experiencing aggression.
Providing industry relevant employment for Griffith Health students is the aim when Griffith will again team up with WorkAbility Queensland in a Jobs Roadshow.
Australian researchers seeking QLD volunteers for nation’s largest ever ‘Genetics of Stuttering Study’
Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games
Bachelor of Paramedicine student Louise Richardson was just one of the trainee medics who were lucky enough to get some real world career experience at the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games this April.
Athletics, hockey, Rugby 7s and basketball are the sports at the 2018 Commonwealth Games where athletes are most likely to incur hamstring injuries.
Griffith Business School
Raising money for the Stillbirth Foundation Australia is the goal for Professor David Ellwood and his partner Associate Professor Anne Sneddon from Griffith’s School of Medicine as they get set to run next month’s London Marathon.
Improving the health of night shift workers with the use of probiotics is the focus of a new Griffith study.
More Australian students are working in part-time jobs than ever before, with potential negative effects to their study, health, and wellbeing.
Centre for Environment and Population Health
Wearable devices to remotely manage patient chronic conditions are set to become available for the medical profession as part of an Australian first.
Griffith’s internationally acclaimed Bachelor of Midwifery program has been recognised with a prestigious 2017 Australian Award for University Teaching (AAUT) for Programs that Enhance Learning. The award was announced at the Department of Education and Training’s Australian Awards Presentation Ceremony in Melbourne. It was one of two AAUT awards won by Griffith with the Griffith […]
Improving musculoskeletal health and reducing persistent pain are some of the research areas of Professor Michel Coppieters, the newly appointed Menzies Foundation Professor of Allied Health Research at Griffith University.
New understanding of a bacterium that causes urinary tract infection (UTI) is providing fresh hope for sufferers of this common condition, following a breakthrough by a Griffith microbiologist.
Griffith University research into malaria, gut infections and streptococcus are some of the projects set to benefit from National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) 2018 Project Grant funding announced this week.
Research into sports activity in Australian children suggests that non-elite participants are losing interest in sport more rapidly and disengaging, not just from sport, but all physical activity. While the leading sports keep growing, their supporting communities are struggling. It once seemed the sporting fields of suburban and rural Australia churned out world champions at […]
Workplace stress amongst hospital emergency department staff is prevalent despite the working environment being generally perceived positively amongst nursing and medical staff who use a range of coping strategies.