Nurses ‘need support to tackle racism’

Child health nurses often feel they’re ill equipped to challenge structural racism, a new Flinders University study has found. The findings, published in the Journal of Advanced […]

What to expect from the new PM

Australia’s new Prime Minister Scott Morrison has shown a deft hand at balancing politics and his own ambition, says Flinders University’s Dr Rob Manwaring. Mr Morrison […]

Almost 6000 solar panels to power our campus

One of Adelaide’s largest solar arrays will soon provide one-fifth of the electricity needed to power Flinders University’s Bedford Park campus. The project also sets the […]

Giving voice to those without speech

Help is just a phonecall away, unless you cannot communicate. Speech Pathology Week from August 19 to 25 is a chance to highlight the serious communication […]

Stock photo of a chest x-ray showing tuberculosis infection (colourised) . Photo: iStock.

Infectious diseases treated on the spot

Point-of-care testing developed at Flinders University will be part of the rollout of new services targeting infectious diseases across remote Australia and also the Asia-Pacific. The […]

Playing with sounds helps reading skills

A new study from Flinders University shows four-year-old children who receive phonics and lessons about individual sounds in words can become better readers. While 50 preschoolers […]

A fair-go for young Aussies

What do actress Teresa Palmer and politician Anthony Albanese have in common? They are famous Australians raised in public housing before going on to achieve successful […]

Captured in time – our war internees

Foreigners who were interned when Australia went to war led remarkable lives, with many of their stories relatively untold. Prolific author Flinders University historian Professor Peter […]