Our school is committed to the development of nursing and midwifery practice, theory and research in positive and visionary ways. We are also committed to the development of graduates imbued with a solution-focused philosophy who will make a positive difference in nursing, midwifery and healthcare. Through developing research, consultancy and continuing education opportunities, we seek to serve the nursing and midwifery professions, the health care system and the broader community.
If they were any representation of the quality of a Griffith University nursing degree, I feel confident that our next generation of nurses will be amazing.
- Patient's family member regarding two 2nd year nursing students on clinical placement
I have found you to be engaging, professional, practical and grounded in your approach, hence making the content easy to digest and enjoyable too.
- 1st year BN student comment regarding lecturer
Being breast cancer aware and educating Australia on the importance of early detection is the name of the game as actor Samuel Johnson arrives at Griffith’s Gold Coast campus this week (Nov 14).
A new book by Griffith head of Nursing, Professor Elaine Duffy will help nurses make the transition from clinic to classroom.
Proving the benefits and cost-effectiveness of animal robots in the treatment of dementia is the focus of a Griffith University study, following a cash boost of over $1m from the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC).