If knowledge is power, the National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction’s (NCETA) new methamphetamine Knowledgebase could become one of the most important tools in the battle against ice addiction.
Politics and Public Policy
South Australia’s longest-serving Labor Premier, the late Hon John Bannon AO, continued his public service through his post-parliamentary career – including at Flinders University.
Home-grown terrorism, border control, cybercrime and miscarriages of justice are being addressed as Flinders hosts the 28th Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology Conference.
In spite of “challenging times for policy and practice that seeks to improve population health and reduce health inequalities”, Professor Fran Baum’s The New Public Health offers some optimism for the future, said Lancaster University’s Professor Jennie Popay today.
The majority of parents wouldn’t physically allow a stranger unsupervised access to their kids, yet most Australian children are exposed to the influence of strangers every day through mass media.
Failed, traumatised, stigmatised and often left feeling worse off than when they started. That’s the reality faced by some mental health patients under Community Treatment Orders, according to Flinders research.
The inaugural Bob Such Memorial Scholarships have been awarded to first-year students at Flinders University. Funded by the State Government, Flinders University and donations from the community, the $2500 scholarships […]
Leading businesswomen from Indonesia and Mongolia are gaining insights into industry-university engagement at Flinders at Tonsley.
Matthew Flinders Distinguished Professor of Hydrogeology Craig Simmons is joining the joint US National Academies Roundtable on shale oil and gas issues.