Saving Indigenous babies, speeding access to support for people with severe mental illnesses, and stemming the disease burden in southern suburbs – these initiatives will be […]
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 […]
A blueprint to secure better professional care of young children has been developed at Flinders University. The framework aims for a common inter-disciplinary language among everyone […]
Maternal, child and family health nurses provide the most accessible and freely available health services for vulnerable families in Australia. Now a comprehensive new set of […]
A new educational framework for health, welfare and care professionals will focus on the needs of children first.
A new foundation for more consistent and united education for child protection, health, education and other early childhood services has been developed at Flinders.
The benefits for health outcomes of learning to deal with Aboriginal people in a way that gains their trust are enormous, says Professor Dennis McDermott.