Child health in Indonesia gets a hand

Childhood diet and nutrition in Indonesia is taking a turn for the better in the wake of a Flinders University research project. The project brings Flinders […]

Visionary research to help save sight

The eyesight of millions may be saved thanks to Flinders University’s visionary genetic research which has been awarded more than $9 million in federal funding. A […]

Lens innovation goes global

The success of Flinders University Optometry’s innovative Watkins Fundus Lens has been elevated to a global level with its acceptance as an international standard item of […]

Aged care homes under consumer watch

A new evidence-based index offers insights into consumer experiences of aged care. The Consumer Choice Index – 6 Dimension (CCI-6D) questionnaire was designed by Flinders University’s […]

Mental health care goes digital

Patients can now sign up online to trial a digital system which has potential to change the way Australia’s mental health care system operates. The AI2 (Actionable […]

Praise poured on safe water studies

Flinders students Sarah Aucote and Charndeep Chahal have been recognised at this year’s State water industry awards. Sarah Aucote won the Hodgson Medal (The Student Water […]

Research helps things go better than Coke

Obesity, tooth decay and risk of diabetes are among the pitfalls of excessive soft drink consumption which is plaguing communities around the world. Research into managing […]

Better systems to transform health

Just as Henry Ford used new techniques to transform the car industry, UK Professor Terry Young believes improved healthcare systems can deliver better results. Professor Young, […]

Star turn for Fresh Scientists

Flinders researchers in cancer and sleep apnoea will be part of the annual Fresh Science competition in Adelaide next week. Early-career researchers Laura Gell and Dr […]