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We're aiming to create the best, work-ready health graduates in Australia
Our students and researchers learn within world-class facilities, preparing to work in disciplines across the range of health professions. You'll learn in the classroom, in laboratories and get to apply it all through clinical training in placements at a multitude of locations and healthcare workplaces.
- Biomedical science and medical science (Gold Coast)
- Dentistry and oral health
- Exercise science and sport
- Health services management
- Human services
- Medical diagnostics (Gold Coast)
- Mental health
- Nutrition and dietetics
- Occupational therapy
- Public health and health promotion
- Social work
- Speech pathology
- Suicide research and prevention
Study health at Griffith
Discover how to build a healthier tomorrow.
This video features staff and students from Griffith Health, including: Professor Nick Buys, Dean—Learning and Teaching; Dr Michael Baker, Dentist and Director—Toowoomba Dental; Dr Jakub Bilski, Medical Doctor—Gold Coast University Hospital; Dr Michael Simmonds, Senior Lecturer—Griffith University, Menzies Health Institute Queensland; Dr Leanne Kenway, Lecturer—Griffith School of Medicine; Walaah Al Majiblay, biomedical science student; and Michaela Coop, nutrition and dietetics student.
Excellent clinical experience (and lots of it)
As a Griffith health student, you’ll take the first steps along your career pathway through a blend of classroom learning and clinical placements in community health and hospital settings. In 2015, our health students combined completed more than 230,000 days of hands-on clinical training, complemented by sophisticated on-campus simulated learning and experiences in world-leading virtual reality teaching environments.
Play your part in the team
The future of health lies in teamwork. Today, Health professionals need to work together to deliver life-changing outcomes. Interdisciplinary education is a priority at Griffith. More than 10,000 health students benefit from our flexible approach and learn about the skills, strengths and expertise that different clinical disciplines and professions bring to the healthcare environment.
Benefit from our research and resources
Our $150 million Griffith Health Centre operates in proximity to the new 750-bed Gold Coast University Hospital and a new 250-bed private hospital. It's a unique environment in which to gain unrivalled clinical experiences. Our leading-edge research in many areas of medical science informs our degrees, producing forward-thinking graduates ready to make their mark in a healthcare career.
Our degrees span a wide range of health professions. Depending on your degree, you may find opportunities in hospitals, clinics, government and community organisations, and private practice.
Griffith medicine graduate
2014 Australasian Junior Doctor of the Year
December 09, 2016
New research centre helps road accident victims
Monday 27 February — Friday 26 May
From 2017, we’ll be teaching across three trimesters, rather than two semesters, with our first trimester kicking off on Monday 27 February.