Flinders University will be able to tap the knowledge and wisdom of Indigenous elders and enhance the learning experience for its medical students following the opening of a refurbished lecture theatre in the University’s School of Medicine by Acting Prime Minister the Hon Julia Gillard.
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Flinders University is planning to introduce a new course in optometry that could reduce the flow of local students interstate and boost eye health in indigenous communities.
Can you pick the difference between a thylacine’s thigh bone and flightless bird’s fibula?
A new research institute that aims to improve the lives of Australians in all cities and regions has been launched in Adelaide.
My Tehran for Sale, the debut feature film by Iranian poet and graduate of the Screen Studies course at Flinders, Granaz Moussouvi, will have its world premiere at the Adelaide Film Festival this month.
Flinders University’s highly successful Parallel Rural Community Curriculum initiative, which provides medical students with a full year of education in the community, has arrived in the southern suburbs of Adelaide.
Health professionals and students in regional South Australia will have clinical training delivered to their door with the launch today of Flinders University Rural Clinical School’s (FURCS) SimVan.
A group of 20 Flinders University students enrolled in the Legal Studies topic Introduction to China’s Laws and Legal System will be studying on location – they will travel to Shanghai in January to undertake the course as a two-week intensive.
Professor Michael Kidd has been appointed Executive Dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences at Flinders University for a five-year term.