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 […]
Dysphagia, or swallowing impairment, is a little recognised medical problem inflicting a significant cost on our health system. Researchers from Flinders University have found that people […]
Flinders University is gearing up to showcase how technology is incorporated across all study disciplines and transforming future careers, with a range of immersive activities at […]
Poor public understanding of dementia care, treatment and prevention have emerged in new Flinders research. Recent reports from from the Rehabilitation, Aged and Extended Care research […]
Aboriginal women working and studying with Flinders University in the Northern Territory are transforming health services for communities across northern and central Australia. A new publication […]
Virtual reality glasses are giving children in hospital good reason to look the other way during minor procedures, while giving valuable insights into the use of […]
How can the world’s booming population stay healthy? Hear what Flinders family doctor advocate Professor Michael Kidd has to say.
Thousands of Flinders students owe much of their knowledge of the human body to the School of Medicine’s Anatomy Museum and to its custodian Greg Souter.
US research into alternative communication techniques for children with autism and developmental disabilities has been shared with Flinders students and academics.