Bidjara woman Ms Maree Meredith today becomes the first PhD graduate of the Flinders Poche Centre for Indigenous Health and Well-Being. The Flinders University lecturer and […]
A work placement in the Outback has given tourism student Samuel Norman a big picture of the world. A five-week placement at Broken Hill has led […]
An innovative health science centre in Alice Springs has become the first Aboriginal-led collaboration to receive formal Federal Government recognition for delivery of regional health research […]
Flinders University is looking to deliver even more sophisticated, on-location specialist, generalist and rural GP training for doctors in the Northern Territory and South Australia. The Federal Government […]
The benefits of ‘Aboriginal health in Aboriginal hands’ has received endorsement from a wide-ranging investigation of Australian primary health care services. The Central Australian Aboriginal Congress […]
The Northern Territory’s latest crop of 15 graduating doctors includes the largest Indigenous cohort since Flinders launched the NT Medical Program.
The first doctors to be educated entirely in the Northern Territory will graduate at a Flinders University ceremony in Darwin on December 18.