Digital mental health checks

The pandemic has made it more difficult for the 430,000+ Australians living with severe mental illnesses who are highly vulnerable to acute illness relapses when their […]

Pandemic highlights e-health issues

Misinformation and mistrust of Australia’s COVIDSafe app underlines the need for standards to scope, develop, assess and roll out e-health services, Flinders University digital health experts […]

Digital health support for mental illness

The first use of the national My Health Record to promote more robust safeguards for self-management of serious mental illness is being rolled out in South […]

Grants focus on rapid health benefits

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 […]

Keeping watch on mental health

Increasingly popular smart watches can be used to help clinicians identify early warning signs of mental health disorders and monitor the success of treatment. Used by […]

Flinders joins Digital Health CRC

Flinders University digital psychiatry experts are part the national $200 million Digital Health Cooperative Research Centre which will deliver cutting-edge, high-tech solutions to Australia’s rising health […]

$24.6m boost for medical research

From diabetes, cancer and heart disease to chronic pain and major depression, 12 new research grants announced today cap off a big year for Flinders medical […]