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.
Interview with Bachelor of Nursing graduate
Watch an interview with Honnie, Bachelor of Nursing graduate working as a Registered Nurse at the Mater Private Hospital Oncology and Haematology Unit. Honnie shares some career development advice for Bachelor of Nursing students.
“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.
‘One Health: Enhancing Research, Practice and Outcomes,’is the theme of the 10th Gold Coast Health and Medical Research Conference 2014.
How robots can improve care for people in aged care is the focus this week (Tues 25 Nov) at Griffith University’s Social Robotics and Assistive Technology Laboratory opening.