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Speech Pathology trip to Cherbourg – July 2nd 2014

On 2 July 9 final-year Master of Speech Pathology students, 1 health promotion officer and 1 speech pathologist from Deadly Ears, and 2 4th-year JCU speech pathology students (on prac in Kingaroy) visited the Aboriginal community of Cherbourg, specifically to organise activities with the children of the holiday care programme run by the Gundoo child […]

Birthing Kits Assembly 2014

What a successful night! We packed 600 safe birthing kits which will go a long way in improving the status and health of women in developing countries. A huge thank you to all those who came along and helped! The students had the opportunity to hear from a wonderfully passionate guest speaker Georgina Kelly, an […]

Jungle Party – Ubuntu and International Health

On Friday the 11th of April Ubuntu through Health and the International Hope4Health Executive threw the inaugural “Jungle Party” at Swingin’ Safari in Surfer’s Paradise. This event attracted over two-hundred students from within Griffith Medicine and Allied Health as well as students from other Universities. Over $2000 in proceeds was raised, achieved by $10 ticket […]

SUP day! Stand up paddle boarding

The brainchild of our fantastic allied health coordinators for this year, the SUP day was a great way to hone those watersport skills and get involved with H4H. This event was purely to encourage inter-health discipline mingling and bring students together. Everyone knows that building networks with like-minded people is the first step to creating […]

Speech Pathology – Teddy Bear Hospital trip to Cherbourg

On 7th May, 5 final-year speech pathology students were fortunate enough to join a group of medical students delivering the Teddy Bear Hospital Programme to the children of Cherbourg State School. We organised and ran the Otitis Media Station. This preventative health information is particularly crucial due to the high prevalence of otitis media in […]

Developing Community Grants – 2013 recipients

HOPE4HEALTH is able to financially assist students looking to do a placement in a developing health system. This grant is open to all members including allied health. Each year, up to four grants of $500 are offered. This money can finance the costs of travel, accommodation of vaccinations or be used to support the local […]

Ubuntu Through Health And Treacy House Partnership

On Thursday July 25, UbuntuTH members (Tim, Claire, Emma and Adam) travelled to St Patricks College, Shorncliffe to speak with the Treacy House students about Ubuntu Through Health. Thanks to the dedicated work of Jack Lehfeldt and Mr Charles Brauer, St Patricks College have become active members of the Ubuntu Through Health community. From the […]

Another Diamond Ring Raffle

One of the premier items on offer at this years Ubuntu Through Health Dinner is ‘The Peridona’. This ring has been especially designed and developed by Gold River Jewellers for this event. Independently valued at $14,500, only 200 tickets will be available for $100 each. We would like to thank…   … for generously donating […]

The Ubuntu Through Health Dinner, August 2013

The Ubuntu Through Health Dinner is now less than five weeks away. The event will be held on Friday August 16 at Victoria Park Function Centre, Herston. All proceeds from the event will support Ubuntu Through Health’sDabaa Project . Last year's event sold out so make sure you get in early to secure your tickets. Click here […]

Healthy Start in Griffith University Health Check Issue 38

A Healthy Start to a new life Students from Griffith’s School of Medicine have developed a program called Healthy Start to assist refugees navigate our health system. Refugees usually come from non-English speaking countries and conditions so precarious their only option is to flee for their lives. After the months and years in refugee camps […]

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