A cancer detecting probe that can improve clinical outcomes for patients is being brought to clinical trials thanks to assistance from Flinders biomedical engineers supported by State […]
Under more pressure than ever to train harder, perform better and to look amazing while they do it, all in the full glare of social media. That’s the reality of women in sport.
Nearly a third of South Australians will be not just fat, but obese by 2019. That’s the prediction in today’s (Friday 4 September) ‘Australia New Zealand Journal of Public Health’ (ANZJPH).
Almost $5 million in grant funding – for three national palliative care projects – has been awarded to Flinders University by the Australian Government.
A new free smartphone app is giving GPs access to specialist medical advice to care for older palliative patients at home or in residential care across Australia.
Flinders University’s Professor Michael Kidd recently hosted a group of senior university leaders from the United Kingdom at a workshop exploring new strategies to drive healthy responses to global medical challenges.
Some of South Australia’s top sporting figures will make presentations at a symposium to launch Flinders University’s new Sport, Health and Physical Education Research (SHAPE) Centre today.
A community engagement program that saw 11 Flinders medical students visit an Unley primary school has proven highly educational for both sets of students.
It’s a sobering statistic that one in four Australians will experience a mental health problem at some point in their lifetime.