• Office work can be a pain in the neck

    Neck pain is a common condition among office workers, but regular workplace exercises can prevent and reduce it, a University of Queensland study has found.

    15 December 2017
  • HaBS Faculty recognises staff excellence

    Academic, research and professional staff who have made outstanding contributions to the Faculty and wider university have been recognised at the 2017 Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences...

    14 December 2017
  • Aged care fieldwork inspires students

    UQ speech pathology students have had the opportunity to learn from aged care residents, as part of one of their first year courses ‘Communication across the lifespan’.

    12 December 2017
UQ Leadership award winner Professor Louise Hickson

The behind-the-scenes achievements of The University of Queensland’s professional staff took centre stage at the Chancellor’s Awards for 2014 on Friday.

3 March 2014
UQ Head of Dentistry: Professor Lakshman Samaranayake

The University of Queensland has appointed an internationally recognised academic as the new Head of the School of Dentistry.

25 February 2014

Federal and State Governments should ensure The University of Queensland’s Triple P – Positive Parenting Program is accessible to all families, the program’s founder told a conference in Sydney yesterday (20 February).

21 February 2014
New guidelines on physical activity are a “wake up call” for Australians.

New guidelines on physical activity that double the levels previously recommended are a “wake up call” for Australians, the lead author says.

14 February 2014
Retro-reflective skin markers for three-dimensional motion capture were applied to the right foot of each human participant of a UQ-led study on how foot muscles support the arch.

New insights into how foot muscles support the arch of the foot could spark a change in the design of running shoes, following a study led by The University of Queensland.

7 February 2014
UQ School of Human Movement Studies PhD student Emma McMahon has monitored factors relating to heart and kidney health.

Reducing salt consumption may help prolong the lives of patients with chronic kidney disease, a study from The University of Queensland study has found

31 January 2014

A University of Queensland study has found high-intensity short-duration exercise provides better results than the recommended 30 minutes of daily exercise.

30 January 2014

More than 140 Indigenous young people are experiencing university life on The University of Queensland’s St Lucia campus this week for the annual Indigenous Youth Sports...

17 January 2014

Employees and group members respect leaders who embody the goals of the team, according to new research from The University of Queensland.

8 January 2014

Physical inactivity: the biggest public health problem of the 21st century Thank you to Professor Steven Blair, for his valuable insights into his research around physical inactivity. Watch the...

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