The harmful effects of indefinite detention on asylum seekers’ mental and physical health are well-documented but recent QUT research has revealed the negative impacts on service providers, many of them volunteers and small non-profit organisations.
Migraines are a pain in the head and in the hip pocket, but newly discovered genetic causes by QUT researchers could lead the way to new preventative drugs and therapies.
Global medical technology group Stryker will establish its first Australian research and development (R&D) facility in Queensland, thanks to support from the Queensland Government, QUT and The University of Queensland.
QUT researchers received $745,623 to develop a new tool for earlier diagnosis of high-risk atheroma, a build-up of plaque in arteries that can lead to acute cardiovascular diseases such as heart attack or stroke.
QUT’s Real Health Lecture Series unpacks the latest health issues affecting our communities. Join us for our launch event, as our panel discusses the acceleration of Australia’s need for more efficient healthcare services and what needs to be done to successfully navigate this new reality.
A first of its kind, health care professionals now have access to Palliative Care Education (PaCE), a QUT-led directory app that provides links to hundreds of free training resources.