Human settlement in Australia’s arid interior has been reset to about 50,000 years ago – almost 10,000 years earlier than previously reported.
The Students of Sustainability (‘SoS’) conference at Flinders this week will focus on the environment, Aboriginal culture and social equity.
A successful diabetes management program run by Flinders University in rural and remote Indigenous communities may soon link with a critical eye screening service.
Flinders University has awarded the degree of Doctor of the University to Dr Peter Toyne, legislator, educator and a key figure in the Northern Territory’s development.
Research that aims to develop therapeutic products from traditional Aboriginal plant-based medicines has been extended by a major NHMRC grant.
Professor Mark Halsey is investigating the cause, extent and impact of intergenerational incarceration in South Australia.
A new State Government scholarship for Indigenous medical students will enhance the care of Aboriginal people.
A mapping tool to track the entire Aboriginal patient journey, from home to hospital and back home again, has been developed by Flinders University researchers.
Flinders University staff and graduates have a significant presence as finalists in the 2012 HESTA Australian Nursing Awards.