Open Days unlock the future at Flinders

Spotting fake news from real headlines, an escape room mystery that pits participants against the clock, and exploring the inner workings of the human body via […]

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Youth wellbeing benefits from sleep research

Healthy sleep is widely recognised as important for young people’s wellbeing. Now Flinders University Professor of Clinical Child Psychology Michael Gradisar and his team have collaborated with […]

New metro rail link piles on progress

The first sod has been turned on the $125 million Flinders Link Project, extending the current Tonsley rail line to the Flinders medical and education precincts. […]

Genes contribute to anorexia: new study

The first eight genes associated with the eating disorder anorexia nervosa have been identified by a global research group. Led by US and Australian researchers – […]

Designing better therapies for trauma sufferers

Military veterans and accident first respondents suffering from Posttraumatic Stress Disorder will benefit from more personalised and flexible therapy that the Flinders Posttraumatic Stress Research Unit […]

Flinders psychology researchers are developing new approaches to body image-related issues. Stock photo: Getty Images.

Online help for body image issues

Overcoming personal obsession with body image can be treated effectively through online therapy according to a new study by Flinders University researchers. Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for […]