Improving knowledge and attitudes of sexuality for people with dementiaFeatures
Improving the knowledge and attitudes concerning sexual expression of people with dementia amongst health professionals, has been the goal of a Griffith study.
Animal robots can benefit dementia patients says Griffith studyFeatures
Using animal robots in the care of people with dementia has a modest but significant benefit, a new Griffith University study has revealed.
Healthier lifestyles for women with Type 2 diabetesGriffith Health
Helping women with Type 2 diabetes to undertake a more healthy lifestyle is the aim of a wellness program developed by Griffith University, and is timely for this week’s National Diabetes Week 2017.
Improving community service uptake and wellbeing for people with dementia and their carers during the early stages of the condition, is the focus of a new Griffith study.
Reducing domestic violence during pregnancy is just one of the School of Nursing and Midwifery good news studies up for discussion at the upcoming International Confederation of Midwives Triennial Congress.
Increased reporting. Heightened campaigns. A commitment by the state government to combat the problem, domestic violence specialist courts and a domestic violence death and homicide review board. Dr Kathleen Baird leads the charge.
Teresa Bradford was genuine, understanding, compassionate and inspirational.
Heralding the new law around nurse and midwife to patient ratios will be high on the agenda for Beth Mohle as part of her graduation speech to Griffith University Health students next week (Monday 18 July).
Improving the experience for cancer patients undergoing treatments such as chemotherapy or a blood transfusion is the focus of new Griffith research which has received $1.1m in NHMRC funding.
Griffith’s reputation as a world-leading authority in nursing has been firmly cemented, following Professor Wendy Chaboyer being inaugurated into the International Nurse Researcher Hall of Fame.
NHMRC Centre of Research Excellence in Nursing
A range of national and international awards for Griffith University researchers has capped off a memorable month.
Griffith’s reputation as a world-leading authority in nursing has been firmly cemented, following the announcement that Professor Wendy Chaboyer will be inaugurated into the International Nurse Researcher Hall of Fame.
Griffith University research projects have been awarded over $11.1m in research funding by the prestigious National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC).
Arts Education Law
The 2014 Vice Chancellor's Research Excellence Awards have been announced and acknowledge the scale, quality and importance of Griffith University research
Building clinical nursing research capacity has been the focus for Professor Wendy Chaboyer, a recipient of the Griffith University Vice Chancellor’s Research Leadership Excellence Award.
Our first graduate heading into space and a new research institute for tourism mark just a couple of great milestones for the first part of 2014 at Griffith University
Australian Institute for Suicide Research and Prevention
Griffith University research projects have been awarded just over $6m in research funding by the prestigious National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC).
Improving outcomes for critically ill patients has been a focus of international research for Professor Leanne Aitken and one which has led to her becoming a Fellow of the American Academy of Nurses. The researcher from Griffith’s Centre for Health Practice Innovation and Brisbane’s Princess Alexandra Hospital, received the prestigious award for demonstrating leadership of […]