Stranger danger and male assault

A notable number of assaults of males are perpetrated by more than one unknown attacker, new data from Flinders University shows. The Australian Institute of Health […]

Call for action on rising HIV rates

Rising HIV rates among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people need urgent national attention, says Matthew Flinders Fellow Associate Professor James Ward. In a Perspective in […]

Tropical disease target of national alert

A life-threatening parasitic worm could be quietly infecting up to 60 percent of vulnerable Australians in remote northern communities. Flinders University researchers are warning it should […]

Antibiotic promise in superbug war

An entirely new class of antibiotics has been shown to be effective against 100 different samples of Clostridium difficile, often the cause of drug-resistant infections picked […]

Ethiopia suffers from HIV treatment fears

Free public antiretroviral therapy programs have been available for more than a decade in Southwest Ethiopia to address spiralling HIV-AIDS related deaths. However, Flinders University researchers […]

eNVIes launch new wave of entrepreneurs

A new generation of entrepreneurs has been launched in South Australia, following Flinders University’s annual eNVIes Awards for its Adelaide and newly opened Mount Gambier business […]

Doctor burnout: How to share the load

Senior, influential and experienced doctors must lead action to protect their younger colleagues from debilitating burnout, say the authors of a Perspective published in the Medical […]