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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.
One in six Australian women experience physical or sexual violence by someone they know at some point in their adult life, write Dr Kathleen Baird and Professor Debra Creedy, Menzies Health Institute Queensland.
“When it comes to robots, people see them as good or bad. There is no in-between,” says Professor Wendy Moyle from Griffith’s Social Robotics Lab.