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.
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
Learning and Teaching Achievements
Our School is renowned for innovative learning activities, emphasising the human dimensions of health practice. We achieve this through extensive use of small group and simulation-based learning, as well as by focusing on interprofessional learning, where you learn with, from and about students in multiple health programs. Working with students of other health professions will allow you to gain the real-world skills you will need to collaborate effectively in practice after graduation.
The School of Medicine has a large and connected network of alumni, whose remarkable achievements improve the health outcomes for community around the globe. Whether it is helping their communities, raising awareness to improve the future, or saving lives our former Health students are making their mark on the world.
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Bridging the distance—investing in intergenerational practice research
27 Aug 2020
Lead investigators from Griffith University Intergenerational Practice Project were delighted to...