As an early career academic and researcher, Amelia McFarland has already made a significant contribution to her chosen field of neuropharmacology. Her publishing track record began early, with her Honours work on pseudomonal central nervous system infections published in reputable journals including Archives of Toxicology. Amelia has also co-supervised Honours students who have gone on […]
After graduating from the Griffith University Master of Pharmacy program, Saneil Chand bought his own pharmacy at the age of just 25 and worked every day for two years to establish a respectable business and quality service to the people of Buranda.
What is Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)? Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a neurodevelopmental disorder which is characterised by impairments in reciprocal social interactions and communication behaviours, in addition to a restricted range of interests and rigid or repetitive behaviours.
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.
What is social work? Social workers can assist when a person’s health is impacted by complex social, psychological, family and environmental factors.
Does your teen struggle with anxiety? The 10 week SUSO program helps teens aged 12-17 years who struggle with anxiety in social settings by providing personalised strategies to make them feel more comfortable and confident.
Does your child find it hard to make friends or suffer from anxiety in social settings? The 8 week REEF program helps children aged 5-7 and 8-12 years who struggle in social settings by providing personalised strategies to make them feel more comfortable and confident
Dr Peta-Anne Zimmerman from Griffith’s School of Nursing and Midwifery recently travelled to the Dead Sea in Jordan to provide valuable scenario-based training on major infectious disease outbreak response to the World Health Organization’s Global Outbreak Alert and Response Network.
Prostate cancer prevalence has increased by 75 per cent in Australia over the past decade. One in nine Australian men aged 65 and over is a prostate cancer survivor.
Professor Donna McAuliffe and Dr Jennifer Boddy from the School of Human Services and Social Work were invited guest speakers at an event put on for World Social Work Day at the Princess Alexandra Hospital on 20 March.