The School is dedicated to the pursuit of learning and teaching excellence
In line with the philosophy of the University's Academic Plan, that focuses on meeting the educational needs and aspirations of our constituent communities, we provide high-quality programs that enable students to be career-ready global citizens.
We aim to transform the student experience while paying particular attention to the quality of teaching, and to academic standards. We recognise that our students come from diverse backgrounds and therefore we provide them with the support that they need for success.Our staff highly value each students' learning experience and many of our staff have received Learning and Teaching awards.
We foster an innovative learning and teaching culture through strategies that engage students to become learning-centred, evidence-based, collaborative, adaptable, and professionally accountable in their practice, and that positively recognise and reward their achievements and contributions.
Achievements driving academics
Created by Lecturer Simone Howells and the Griffith University Master of Speech Pathology students, Beyond The Blender is a cookbook that has been developed for people with swallowing difficulties, known as dysphagia. Aiming to bring the joy back into mealtimes with easy to cook and easy to swallow recipes, the book has been divided into three simple to navigate categories and can be downloaded below. For a high resolution copy (ideal for printing and binding), please email Simone at email@example.com
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Teaching and support
The School of Allied Health Science has a diverse and internationally recognised teaching staff, with our academics leading the way in research and educational techniques. In addition the School has a base of support staff who ensure that the School advances and provides the best tertiary experience possible. If you're interested in joining the School please check the positions available.
Health Group News
December 18, 2019
Top diplomat honoured with Griffith DUniv
One of the United States’ most respected diplomats has received an honorary doctorate from Griffith University.
December 10, 2019
Vascular access research receives $3.6m in funding
National Health and Medical Research Council funding to improve the experience for thousands who require peripheral intravenous catheters.
December 08, 2019
Dr Palipana recognised for his passionate advocacy
Dr Dinesh Palipana has been recognised with a global award for his work in advocating for people with disabilities.
December 03, 2019
Six Griffith financial planning leaders recognised with national awards
Six Griffith representatives have won Financial Planning Association of Australia (FPA) Awards, with a student, an alumnus and a team of academics named winners in their respective categories.