Vibration or exercise – which is the best therapy for bone loss?Features
Preventing osteoporotic fracture in older women with vibration or exercise is the aim of a new study at Griffith University.
Outstanding Griffith research excellence honouredArchitecture
Leading Griffith University researchers have been honoured at the Vice Chancellor’s Research Excellence Awards held at Nathan campus.
Helping families improve early literacy skills for children on the autism spectrumGriffith Health
A shared book reading intervention to help language and literacy skills in preschoolers on the autism spectrum has been successfully delivered by Griffith University and Autism CRC.
Autism friendly story sessions setting the foundations for literacy skills in pre-schoolersGriffith Health
In a Queensland first, Autism CRC, Griffith University, Studio G (Autism Queensland) and Brisbane City Council are working together to pilot autism-friendly story time sessions in public libraries.
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.
More effective parent-teacher communication and greater flexibility is needed to improve literacy rates for children on the autism spectrum, an Autism CRC study has found. The study was led by Griffith University Associate Professor, Dr Marleen Westerveld. Researchers aimed to understand parental views of the importance of literacy learning for their children on the spectrum, and the challenges to literacy […]
The latest autism research will be showcased at the Australasian Society for Autism Research (ASfAR) Conference at Griffith University’s Gold Coast campus this week. With more than 100 contributors from across Australia and overseas, ASfAR 2018 will highlight current advances in the major research disciplines investigating autism and the broader spectrum, including work led by adults on the autism spectrum, research with families, support […]
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Griffith Humanities senior lecturer Hamish McLean joined forces with School of Medicine senior lecturer Duncan McConnell to train more than 60 doctors and nurses from across Mongolia‘s 21 provinces in the capital Ulaanbaatar. Hamish McLean is a Crisis and Disaster Management specialist, but found that even his 30 years experience in crisis communication was tested to the limit, […]
A cookbook full of recipes designed specifically for people who have difficulty swallowing is now just a click of the mouse button away. Beyond the Blender: Dysphagia Made Easy is the brainchild of speech pathologist and Griffith researcher Simone Howells, and has been created by Master of Speech Pathology students at the School of Allied […]
Reducing world cancer rates is the focus as HRH Princess Dina Mired of Jordan visits Griffith University health academics this Wednesday 24 October.
Free heel bone density checks will be available at the Gold Coast University Hospital on Tuesday 16 October when it teams up with Griffith University for Osteoporosis Awareness Day (actual date 20 October).
A passion for helping people with disability is close to Chithrani Palipana’s heart.
Pre-workout supplements (PWS) claim to improve strength and reduce fatigue while training. Many of these products rely on the stimulant properties of caffeine (often in large doses) to produce this performance enhancement, yet a verification of the caffeine content of these products has never been conducted - until now.
Meeting community demand for allied health degree programs in Brisbane has been the impetus behind the opening of a new facility at Griffith University’s Nathan campus.
Living and studying together is par for the course for Griffith Medicine students Michael and Carissa Holland.
Aiming to positively improve local emergency department (ED) care during large scale mass gathering events is the focus of new Griffith University led research.
Professor Suzanne Chambers from Griffith University’s Menzies Health Institute Queensland, has become a recipient of this year's Queen's Birthday Honours with the award of Officer in the General Division of the Order of Australia.
‘Realising Career Potential: Rethinking Disability’ is a free MOOC (Massive Online Open Course) now open for enrolment that enables learners to see how rehabilitation counsellors help people with disadvantage or disability realise their vocational potential.