Older patients ‘need more vitamins’

Alarmingly low Vitamin C levels in older hospital patients has been described as a serious hurdle in recovery by Flinders University researchers. The study found large […]

New approach to ‘thinking errors’

Promising results with a psychotherapy program for people with psychosis is leading researchers to look for ways to adapt it for other conditions such as eating […]

Awards reward excellence in doctoral theses

Focusing on such critical issues as obesity, diabetes, and malnutrition affecting older hospitalised patients, a dozen outstanding Flinders University students have been awarded Vice-Chancellor’s Prizes for […]

New home for eating disorder services

World-leading eating disorders research led by Flinders University will operate in a new $7.1 million purpose-built building at the Repat health precinct at Daw Park. The […]

Bringing death, dying to the table

With Australia’s death rate set to double in the next 25 years, more than 50% of us die in acute-care settings, often alone and hidden from […]

From Cleland to the cradle of evolution

Along with a new conservation project at Cleland Wildlife Park near Adelaide, Flinders University Professor Sonia Kleindorfer has marked a major milestone after years of research […]

Cyclist road toll pedals uphill

The number of Australians injured or killed in bicycle crashes is on the rise and older people are increasingly being admitted to hospital after cycling mishaps, […]