Congratulations to current School of Allied Health Sciences PhD student, Anne Huang, who has received the Speech Pathology Australia Early Career Award at the annual Speech Pathology Australia conference this year. The Speech Pathology Australia Early Career Award, which recognises members of Speech Pathology Australia who have demonstrated a continued commitment to the association during […]
ALLIED HEALTH SCIENCES
Running is one of the most popular exercises in the world, however it is also one of the leading cause of sports-related injuries. Most running injuries occur when you introduce a change to your running program suddenly without giving your body time to adapt to the change. The most common areas affected are the hips, […]
Congratulations to Professor Lauren Williams from the School of Allied Health Sciences, announced as a Fellow of the Dietitians Association of Australia (FDAA). Fellow of the Dietitians Association of Australia (DAA) is both a credential and an award which recognises high profile and proactive leaders who are experts in their field both nationally and internationally.
Congratulations to the winners of the 2017 PVC (Health) Staff Excellence Award winners recognised for their excellent contribution to the Health Group:
Generally speaking, when someone’s career is said to have “gone to the dogs”, it’s a negative thing. For Griffith University alumnus Dan English, the expression could not be more positive.
Leading the development and targeted training programs for future health professionals enabling staff to conduct research that is applicable to real life healthcare leading to positive impacts.
After 20 years of practising as a physiotherapist specialising in musculoskeletal pain, Professor Michele Sterling noted similar injuries didn’t equate to similar recovery patterns when it came to whiplash.
With 60,000 health services delivered last year, Griffith University’s Health Clinics are possibly the University’s largest community engagement vehicle. Executive Officer Peter Westwood says services are offered across three sites – Griffith’s Gold Coast and Mt Gravatt campuses plus the Warwick Hospital. Plans to open a trainee dentistry clinic at Kingaroy during 2017 are […]
In recognition for the remarkable impact he’s had as the Founder of Healthy Lifestyles Australia, Brady Schulz has taken home the 2016 Outstanding School of Allied Health Sciences Alumnus of The Year award.
Toowoomba Hospital’s Occupational Therapists (OT) have provided, for the first time, placements to OT students from Griffith University.