The Centre for Environment and Population Health (CEPH) addresses pressing concerns for population health, environmental sustainability and economic opportunity. We work in partnership with international communities through research, consultancy, capacity building and nurturing leaders.
Our approach and strengths
We use our partnerships and multidisciplinary teams to identify and address global environment and population health challenges. Our research emphasis is on promoting multi-sectoral collaboration to generate and use scientific evidence to inform strategy development and improve policy and practice.
Our key areas of focus
- International development and global health
- Health promotion and population health
- Climate change and health
- Occupational and environmental health
- Public health leadership and capacity building
- Healthy settings (including cities, schools, workplaces, hospitals).
Providing the first community-based Post Traumatic Stress Disorder treatment for war veterans is just one of the achievements of Professor David Crompton, the latest recipient of the Margaret Tobin Award.
Each year the Pro Vice Chancellor (Sciences) recognises the remarkable achievements of the group’s alumni, academic and professional staff. This year the group also applauded its industry partners and high schools that have contributed to its achievement. The 2016 Griffith Sciences Awards were held at the Southbank Campus’s Webb Centre and featured school themed test tube cocktails. […]
Griffith University is undertaking a major international project to help address community conflict and disruption over wind farms and their implementation in Korea.