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2018 University Winner for Outstanding First Peoples Alumnus Award
2018 Outstanding First Peoples Health Alumnus
One of less than 20 male Aboriginal registered psychologists nationally, and a strong Gamilaroi man, Clinton Schultz founded, Marumali Consultations, providing culturally responsive social and emotional wellbeing support services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.
Mr Schultz consults on organisational cultural responsiveness and on the Queensland Child Deaths Case Review Panel. He also mentors Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander men and university students.
2017 OUTSTANDING HEALTH GROUP ALUMNI
2017 Outstanding Health Alumnus
Dr Shelley Roberts graduated from Griffith University with a Master of Nutrition and Dietetics in 2009 and a PhD in 2015. Shelley is leading the development, evaluation and translation of an innovative new technology to engage hospitalised patients in their nutrition care.
2017 Outstanding Young Health Alumnus
Dr Mohit Tolani graduated as a dentist from Griffith University in 2016.This year Mohit started the ‘SheppHealth’ project, delivering dental and general health information to high-school and TAFE students in the Greater Shepparton region. He also provides a regular mobile dental service to elderly residents where access to this service is unavailable.
2017 Outstanding International Health Alumnus
Karl Andriessen graduated with a Master of Suicidology from the Australian Institute for Suicide Research and Prevention, Griffith University in 2006. Karl has been working in suicide prevention-postvention nationally and internationally for 30 years.
2017 Outstanding First Peoples Health Alumnus
Rochelle Pitt graduated with a Bachelor of Nursing from Griffith University in 1996. As a Renal Care Nurse and Coordinator, Rochelle has made outstanding contributions to Aboriginal communities. For over 25 years, Rochelle has integrated her music and work to support personal and community health.
2017 Outstanding Higher Degree Research Alumni
Dr Allison Milner was awarded her Ph.D from Griffith University in 2010. She is the National Academic Director of Mates in Construction, an internationally recognised suicide prevention program for males employed in the construction industry, and has published over 100 papers.
2016 Outstanding Health Alumni Awards
2016 Outstanding Health Alumnus
2016 Outstanding Young Alumnus
Dr David Houston
2016 Outstanding First Peoples Health Alumnus
2016 Outstanding HDR Health Alumnus
2016 Outstanding Health School Alumni
Allied Health Sciences
Dentistry and Oral Health
Dr Ajitha Sugnanam
Human Services and Social Work
Dr Lise Johns
Dr Dan Donner
Nursing and Midwifery
Ms Emily Tarrant and Ms Gillian Hermosilla-Silva