A dedication to the profession of pharmacy, and a motivation to practice within the profession, has seen a UQ School of Pharmacy alumnus and PhD student, Chris Freeman, named the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia’s (PSA) Young Pharmacist of the...

11 October 2011

Students now have access to a new $1.2 million-plus innovative learning facility at The University of Queensland, School of Human Movement Studies.

3 October 2011

A University of Queensland project team has created a specialised swim club to help people living with dementia rekindle the positive memories of swimming.

3 October 2011
The TIME fashion parade on September 28 will help raise money for medical research and outreach programs

UQ medical students will once again strut their stuff to host a fashion parade to raise money for research projects and programs for at risk populations.

26 September 2011

Third year University of Queensland medical student Scott Temple has set himself an immense challenge.

20 September 2011

New University of Queensland (UQ) research on optimising antibiotic dosages for intensive care patients aims to address the current 50 percent death rate associated with common infections.

13 September 2011

A University of Queensland researcher has found that 20 babies die needlessly each year in Australia from child abuse head injuries.

12 September 2011

The University of Queensland has won five of the nine categories at the 14th annual 2011 Women in Technology awards held in Brisbane last Friday.

12 September 2011

Professor Michael Reade has been appointed as the inaugural Chair of Military Surgery and Medicine at The University of Queensland

9 September 2011
UQ PhD student Ekta Agarwal

Improved nutritional care policies and practices in hospitals is a potential outcome from new research being conducted at the University of Queensland.

7 September 2011

A new agreement between The University of Queensland (UQ) and the Singaporean Agency of Science, Technology & Research (A*STAR) will offer new international health research opportunities for PhD students.

7 September 2011
Award winning: Dr Nigel Armfield and Dr Tim Donovan have developed a telemedicine trial that enables specialists to assess sick infants in regional and country areas. Photo: Queensland Health

A telemedicine trial that enables specialists to assess sick infants in regional and country areas has won the Queensland Health Minister’s ‘Best Innovation’ award at the 2011 Queensland Health Healthcare Improvement Awards.

5 September 2011

Teamwork, fun and a bit of healthy competition won The University Of Queensland the Audience Choice Award at the recent National HealthFusion Team Challenge (Oz HFTC).

2 September 2011

People with severe mental illnesses are over three times more likely to lose their teeth because of poor oral health than the general population, University of Queensland researchers have found.

1 September 2011

Indigenous health issues will be the focus of this year’s National HealthFusion Team Challenge (HFTC), which will be hosted by The University of Queensland tomorrow.

25 August 2011
Midwifery student Kimberley Retschleg and Bachelor of Midwifery and Dual Degree Coordinator Susannah Brady prepare birthing kits

Nursing and midwifery students from The University of Queensland recently donated their time to prepare birthing kits for expectant mothers in developing nations around the world.

24 August 2011
UQ occupational therapy student, Kirsty Bailey, with a group of children from The Murri School

Students from the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences have completed their first semester of an inter-professional service with Indigenous children.

23 August 2011
UQ students get involved at a previous Towards International Medical Equality (TIME) event

Play your part in raising awareness of HIV/AIDS by wearing red this Wednesday, August 24 at UQ’s first Red Aware Day event.

22 August 2011

University of Queensland researchers have called for urgent action following a study that reveals older Australians are being over prescribed psychotropic drugs, resulting in serious safety and cost concerns.

18 August 2011

The University of Queensland’s School of Medicine has announced that it will seriously consider the introduction of an MD (Doctor of Medicine) program to replace the current MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery) program.

16 August 2011