Griffith University’s School of Medicine will give you a world class education across a range of disciplines
The School of Medicine has a very diverse student body, which benefits from the opportunity to study in excellent facilities. We offer programs and courses across a wide range of disciplines including medicine, paramedicine, public health, environmental health and health services management. At our school you will be exposed to world class teachers, and a friendly, supportive culture which embraces the principles of equity and diversity. From cutting edge research to the highest standards of the clinical practice, Griffith will give you a fantastic foundation to your remarkable career.
50 extra medical student places
The rise of Public Health
What is Public Health?
From disaster response to communicable disease management, pollution control to nutrition and hygiene, and school and workplace health, public health solutions reduce the pressure on our health systems and the impact on our environment
FIRST PEOPLES HEALTH UNIT
Fostering an understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health.
Dr Samarra Toby is a Gangulu woman who has worked in Indigenous Health Policy and now as a General Practitioner working towards improving First Peoples health outcomes in Brisbane and in rural and remote Queensland, and in raising awareness of Autism Spectrum Disorder.
October 22, 2018
Helping mid-life adults to get healthy
Helping adults in the mid stage of life to achieve healthy lifestyles is the aim of a new wellness program developed by Griffith University.
October 21, 2018
Griffith crowned AON Rugby 7s champions
Two named in series Dream Team
October 19, 2018
Neoliberal authoritarianism and the politics of debt
By Dr Chris Butler Griffith Law School This post draws on a research article ‘State power, the politics of debt and confronting neoliberal authoritarianism’ that will be published in a special issue of Law and Critique on Forms of Authority Beyond the Neoliberal State (vol. 29(3)). The a...
October 18, 2018
Human trial success signals next stage of malaria vaccine development
Initial success in human clinical trials has given hope for the next stage in the development of a new malaria vaccine.