Counting the true cost of dementia  

It costs approximately AU$88,000 a year to provide health and residential care for a person living with dementia in Australia, according to new research led by […]

We are Panthers: hear us roar

Flinders University is sponsoring a new senior women’s football program to help develop the elite talent pathway for female players. The announcement comes as Flinders enters its […]

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 […]

Sandy Nelson as she checks the ear of Kirsty Dumoo during the opening of the Wadeye Health Centre, Nov. 9, 2010. Photo: Clive Hyde, PR Handout

Hearing health the focus of new scholarship

A new scholarship worth $15,000 is now being offered to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to undertake the Flinders Master of Audiology. The newly announced […]

Warning on reptile handling

Is there a salmonella infection risk for humans who come into contact with pet lizards and snakes? While reported cases related to lizards and snakes are […]

Agents of change in dementia care

Flinders University is leading a national program to assist people living with dementia and their carers around Australia. The new Australian Government-funded project, with a $770,517 […]

Lorna Murakami-Gold – Research Fellow, Centre for Remote Health Clinton Pepperill – Aboriginal Liaison and Research Officer, Poche Centre NT Rosalie Schultz – Research student, Flinders University

Research closing the gap for Aboriginal health

An innovative health science centre in Alice Springs has become the first Aboriginal-led collaboration to receive formal Federal Government recognition for delivery of regional health research […]

Phone app toolbox a way to find support

Smartphone apps can be helpful for teenagers and young adults looking for support for mental health and wellbeing. They are a way to engage with people who may […]