Griffith faces up to the issues of World Mental Health Day 

Australian Institute for Suicide Research and Prevention
This Wednesday 10 October, is World Mental Health Day and, as a leading institution in the field, Griffith has a range of expertise and programs which link to this year’s theme, ‘Young people and mental health in a changing world’.  The aim is to bring attention to the issues our youth and young adults are facing in our world today and bring the […]
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First-time fathers needed for study on adjusting to parenthood

Griffith University researchers are studying postnatal depression in new fathers.
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Putting off something on purpose? Think again!

New research shows that 'active' procrastination is a myth.
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Griffith Graduate Research School

Kungullanji program highlights value of Indigenous research

The program gives students a taste of what it’s like to be a researcher, and the impact their research could have on the community.
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Program aims to beat phobias in pre-school children

Griffith researchers are helping to reduce phobias in young children.
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Health

How little girl Scarlett drives Luke’s degree dream

Top student applying life experiences to psychological science studies
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Study investigates beliefs about portable pool safety

Researchers aim to reduce drowning risk of children in portable pools
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Arts Education Law

Study debunks autism intervention myths

A new study led by Griffith University, published in PLOS One today, has found that optimised-debunking interventions are effective in reducing support for practices that are not backed by research.
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Autism research embraces inclusive approach – conference 

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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Hopkins to host rehabilitation symposium at PA

Translational research for improved rehabilitation in Queensland is the focus of the 2nd Bold Ideas Better Solutions  Symposium 2018 being held this week.
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Engineering, IT and aviation

Griffith academics appointed to 2019 ARC College of Experts

Seven Griffith University academics have been appointed as members of the 2019 ARC College of Experts
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Business and government

Griffith researchers co-author pioneering climate change report for France

The report, on public perceptions of climate change, is the first of its kind undertaken in the country.
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Alleviating anxiety in young children with new online program

Researchers from Griffith University and the University of Southern Queensland, in partnership with beyondblue, and the University of Queensland have launched a new online program for young children with anxiety problems.
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Girls better readers and writers than boys – study

A new study from Griffith University has found girls on average are better than boys at reading and there is an even larger gap with writing ability.
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Griffith Business School

Zac surges into swimming spotlight in Tokyo

Double degree to play part in sports plan
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Virtual reality treatment for dog phobia in children 

Using virtual reality technology to treat children for dog phobia is the aim of a new study at Griffith. 
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Alumni

Awards showcase outstanding Health alumni

From paediatric palliative care and humanitarian dental work to a passion for astrophysics and groundbreaking scientific research into Malaria, the 2018 Alumni Awards showcase the rich diversity of Griffith’s Health and Science alumni.
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Australian Institute for Suicide Research and Prevention

AISRAP partners with ‘lived experience’ advocates to boost suicide prevention

Support groups for people living in the shadow of suicide are beginning to grow around Australia and become more effective advocates. Advocates in the fields of health and social support often struggle in their early years to find a solid evidence base to guide their growth and programs. In the case of suicide prevention, this […]
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