The rollout of a University of Queensland parenting program in a community in Ireland has significantly reduced the numbers of children with social, emotional and behavioural problems.

3 September 2018

Cannabis-based medicines should only be used under medical supervision until clinical studies have assessed their safety and efficacy, a University of Queensland drug expert has cautioned.

3 September 2018
The University of Queensland

A global scientific leaderboard has ranked researchers at The University of Queensland number one in the Open Science movement.

31 August 2018
Dr Anita Green, HMNS

So much has to go right for an athlete to win a gold medal. One of those things is staying healthy.

30 August 2018

Efforts to rehabilitate contaminated environments have netted UQ researchers more than $3.6 million, with UQ being awarded four out of nine grants funded through an ARC Special Research Initiative.

30 August 2018

SMS reminders sent to patients booked in to addiction treatment sessions significantly increase attendance rates, University of Queensland research has found.

29 August 2018
Guards in the Stanford Prison Experiment, 1971. (photo source:

Some of the world's leading social psychologists have called for “an open and respectful debate” over the interpretation of one of the discipline’s most infamous experiments.

29 August 2018
déjà vu written

For the second question in our 'What the health?' series, we asked researchers in the UQ School of Psychology to tell us about déjà vu.

28 August 2018

The UQ School of Psychology is leading the way in the Open Science movement; but what exactly is Open Science? Dr Eric Vanman explains.

27 August 2018
NDIS office

Families play a crucial role in caring for loved ones with disabilities, but a University of Queensland study has found there is a risk the new National Disability Insurance Scheme model will expect too much of them.

22 August 2018
speech pathologist and client

Speech Pathology Week promotes the work done by speech pathologists with the more than 1.1 million Australians who have a communication or swallowing disorder that impacts on their daily life.

21 August 2018
Dr Eduardo Bernabé and Professor Wagner Marcenes from Kings College London with UQ’s Associate Professor Ratilal Lalloo.

The UQ School of Dentistry made a pronounced impact at the 2018 International Association for Dental Research (IADR) General Session in London recently.

17 August 2018

UQ Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences experts are available to comment during Queensland Seniors Week, August 18 to August 26.

16 August 2018
crowd at a concert

To launch the new 'What the health?' series we asked Professor Louise Hickson, Head of the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, why your ears ring after a concert.

16 August 2018

The University of Queensland’s 2018 Alumni Awards have recognised a broad range of leaders who have made exemplary contributions in fields ranging from science to social enterprise.

14 August 2018

Q&A with Dr Nigel Lee, a lecturer and researcher with the UQ School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work and the Midwifery Research Unit.

13 August 2018
3MT logo

PhD students from the Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences (HaBS) will compete in the Faculty Final of the Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) Competition on Thursday 9 August.

3 August 2018
pregnant woman holding a pill

While Viagra is generally used to treat erectile dysfunction in men, there is growing evidence that it may be used in select situations during pregnancy.

3 August 2018
Jolanda Jetten

Six UQ researchers have been named ARC Australian Laureate Fellows – the most ever awarded to a single university in the scheme's history.

2 August 2018
terrorism definition highlighted in dictionary

Terrorism, religious fundamentalism, cyber-racism, political separatism and violent extremism are among topics on the agenda at a global conference at UQ this week.

30 July 2018
catfish definition

What sort of person becomes a social catfish? UQ researchers spoke to people who cultivate fake personas online about their feelings and motivations.

26 July 2018

Each year Chronic Pain Australia, the national voice of people living with chronic pain, organises National Pain Week to champion the needs of the many Australians living with some form of chronic pain.

25 July 2018