IBAS Department news
Professor Anneke Fitzgerald has been awarded an NHMRC grant through Flinders University for her research titled “’Agents of Change’: Improving post diagnosis care for people with dementia and their carers through the establishment of a National Quality Collaborative to implement guideline recommendations”.
Api Monovo, PhD candidate has been awarded first place in the Griffith Business School Group 3 Minute Thesis. Api will now advance to the Griffith University 3MT final.
Dr Campbell Fraser and PhD candidate, Maria Antonio were both interviewed on The Project about illegal organ transplants as part of Donate Life Week - Sunday 30 July - Sunday 6 August.
Dr Stephanie Schleimer has been recognised with a Microgrant Award for her efforts in successfully organising this year's Aspen Institute Business & Society case study competition within the Griffith MBA capstone course Strategy and Innovation. <read more>
Professor Peter Tatham was interviewed on Nursing Review and 2SER about the potential for long endurance aircraft (drones) to support the provision of maggots used in maggot debridement therapy to remote locations.
PhD candidate, Apisalome Movono conducted a research seminar last week at the University of the South Pacific on Fijian culture and the environment which looked at the ecological and social interconnectedness of tourism development. <read more>
Congratulations to Mr Eric Masters and Professor Sara McGaughey who were recognised for their excellent teaching with an Academic Provost Commendation for Trimester 1, 2017 <read more>
Congratulations to Professor Michelle Barker, Dr Amanda Daly, Dr Luke Houghton, Professor Sara McGaughey, Dr Katrina Radford, Dr Tapan Sarker, Dr Heather Stewart and Dr Yong Wu, IBAS recipients of the 2017 Teaching Excellence Recognition Scheme (TERS) award. <read more>
A United Nations World Tourism Organisation and Griffith University report has found a substantial increase in Asia-Pacific tourism growth will impact Australian markets.
For the next 10 years, the Russell Trood Prize for International Relations will support high-achieving Griffith Business School students and honour the memory of the former Director of the Griffith Asia Institute, Professor Russell Trood
Griffith MBA students will experience what it’s like to shape strategy for one of the world’s biggest companies, thanks to senior lecturer Dr Stephanie Schleimer.
In the media
- New Daily, 10 October 2017 | Australia Post offers free shipping for online Christmas shoppers
- China Plus, 10 September 2017 | Experts refute claims about Chinese secrecy regarding organ transplants at Geneva congress
- Global Times, 6 September 2017 | China, once an organ transplant pariah, is now accepted as global leader after reform, papal recognition
- Brisbane Times, 29 August | 'Making the ladies happy': When bringing generations together is child's play
- Tibet CN, 24 August 2017 | International experts urge China to share its organ reform experience with the world
- China Daily, 7 August 2017 | Organ transplant experts dismiss Falun Gong members' anti-China claims
- Global Times, 6 August 2017 | China to be self-sufficient in organ transplants by 2030
- China.com, 4 August 2017 | Beijing expected to take lead in fight against trafficking
- NT News, 4 August 2017 | Drones could soon fly medical gear out to remote Northern Territory communities, according to study
- Herald Sun, 4 August 2017 | Drones could soon fly medical gear out to remote Northern Territory communities, according to study
- Geelong Advertiser, 4 August 2017 | Drones could soon fly medical gear out to remote Northern Territory communities, according to study
- The Project, 31 July 2017 | [audio] Donate Life Week
- The Fiji Times, 25 July 2017 | Researcher finds connection between Fijian culture and the environment
- 2SER, 23 July 2017 | [audio] Flying maggot drones
- Nursing Review, 18 July 2017 | [audio] Are flying maggots part of healthcare's future?
- 2SER, 11 July 2017 | [audio] New funding for research into intergenerational care facilities
- ABC News, 8 July 2017 | Residents at Brisbane aged care facility share playgroup with young children
- ABC Radio, 8 July 2017 | [audio] Intergenerational care to make Australia more 'age friendly'
- Catch News, 16 June 2017 | What game theory says about dealing with North Korea
- Indian Economist, 6 June 2017 | What game theory says about dealing with North Korea
- Asia Times, 1 June 2017 | What game theory says about dealing with North Korea
- Myanmar Times, 1 June 2017 | What game theory says about dealing with North Korea
- UPI, 31 May 2017 | What game theory says about dealing with North Korea
- The Conversation, 31 May 2017 | What game theory says about dealing with North Korea
- The Conversation, 18 May 2017 | Guilt-free online shopping: can parcel deliveries ever be truly carbon-neutral?
- Australian Ageing Agenda, 5 May 2017 | Community care offers lessons on satisfied staff
- Dhaka Tribune, 28 April 2017 | How will it play out?
- The Conversation, 28 April 2017 | How Australia should react to the Trump tax cuts
- ABC Radio, 20 April 2017 | Mornings with Steve Austin (Audio link no longer available) The role of the private sector in India in sustainable economic growth
- World News, 5 April 2017 | Could President Trump's proposed corporate tax reform fix an outdated system?
- The Week, 9 March 2017 | Desperate refugees are selling their own organs to survive
- The Border Mail, 7 March 2017 | Dr Leslie Cannold to speak at Women's Health Goulburn North East International Women's Day breakfast
- Tibet.CN, 15 February 2017 | Organ transplant claims rejected
- China Daily, 15 February 2017 | Organ transplant claims rejected
- T20 Germany, 14 February 2017 | G20 Engagement and the Foreign Office
- China Radio International, 14 February 2017 | Australian expert: China helps to combat global organ trafficking
- ChinaGate, 14 February 2017 | Australian expert: China helps to combat global organ trafficking
- Japan Times, 10 February | U.N. wary but sees progress in China moves to stop taking executed inmates' organs
- Taipei Times, 11 February 2017 | China ending prisoner organ harvesting: WHO
- Statnews, 9 February 2017 | China moves to stop taking organs from prisoners, WHO says
- Portland Press Herald, 9 February 2017 | Critics skeptical China has ended unethical organ harvesting
- Yerepouni (Turkish News), 4 January 2017 | Syrian refugees selling their organs on the black market to get to Europe: experts
- NZCity, 4 January 2017 | Syrian refugees selling their organs on the black market to get to Europe: experts
- ABC News, 4 January 2017 | (Audio) Syrians selling organs on the black market with links to organised crime
- ABC News, 4 January 2017 | Syrian refugees selling their organs on the black market to get to Europe: experts