Predatory lenders cash in on vulnerable

Payday lenders and charity collectors are cashing in on vulnerable outback communities with inadequate or limited knowledge about financial services. A report released this week by […]

Rural principals need help: study

Australia’s rural school principals are ill prepared for the complexities of their roles, with an urgent need for more professional development. Flinders University Doctor of Education […]

Mind-bending ideas for festival

How does our brain deal with technology and modern global challenges? Is it keeping pace with the speed of contemporary living and the ever-increasing influx of […]

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 […]

Environmental health master tackles shortage

The growing field of environmental health has received a boost, with Flinders’ Master of Environmental Health program receiving accreditation from Australia’s environmental health organisation Environmental Health […]