Public Lecture

UCC Program Seminar - Topic 18: Heart, Mind and Body

UCC Program Seminar - Topic 18: Heart, Mind and Body

Understanding Chronic Conditions Program Seminar with Dr Max Berry and Dr Deanne Skelly
These presentations discuss the 'optimal' care pathways for pregnant women at risk of delivering their baby at extremes of gestational age and the importance of leptin in fetal growth and development.
Cognitive and mental health of Aboriginal Australians - findings from the Koori Growing Old Well study

Cognitive and mental health of Aboriginal Australians - findings from the Koori Growing Old Well study

Menzies Health Institute Queensland Seminar with Professor Brian Draper
The number of older Aboriginal Australians is increasing rapidly. The Koori Growing Old Well Study aimed to determine the prevalence and associations of dementia in 5 NSW urban and regional sites.
Griffith Asia Institute - Perspectives Asia Seminar: Archipelagoes of Amnesia: Empire, Environment, and Representation in the Marshall Islands - Presented by Dr Greg Dvorak

Griffith Asia Institute - Perspectives Asia Seminar: Archipelagoes of Amnesia: Empire, Environment, and Representation in the Marshall Islands - Presented by Dr Greg Dvorak

The Griffith Asia Institute, Griffith University and the Australian Centre of Asia-Pacific Art, Queensland Art Gallery would like to invite you to the Perspectives : Asia Seminar: Presented by Dr Greg Dvorak.
Griffith Asia Institute public lecture: The people's money: How China is building a global currency

Griffith Asia Institute public lecture: The people's money: How China is building a global currency

Many of the world's major economies boast dominant international currencies. Not so for China. ​China's leaders now face the daunting task of strengthening the RMB without losing control of the nation's economy and risking total collapse. How are they approaching this challenge? Hear from Paola Subacchi, Senior Fellow at Chatham House at our upcoming lecture co-hosted with AIIA (Qld).
Creating sustainable health care systems through the application of evidence and shared values

Creating sustainable health care systems through the application of evidence and shared values

Menzies Health Institute Queensland Seminar with Professor Peter Littlejohns
All health care systems are facing increasing demands within limited resources. Based on a social values framework, Professor Littlejohns and his team have developed an online interactive decision making audit tool to allow an internal and external audit of how an institution is incorporating values into its decision making.