Improving care for rare cancer

A revolutionary new way of caring for people with neuroendocrine tumours (NETs) will be trialled in the coming months, with the Flinders University-led project aiming to […]

$34m centre to transform age care nationally

Flinders University will lead a once-in-a-generation aged care initiative bringing together the aged care industry, older people themselves and the nation’s best and brightest experts to […]

(l-r) Flinders University Professor Lily Xiao with Resthaven’s Gillian Schulze and Sue McKechnie.

Step forward for dementia carer support

Support for carers of people living with dementia will be bolstered under a new and innovative patient-centered approach led by Flinders’ Caring Futures Institute researchers. The […]

Aussie kids can be vegie kids

Strong development depends on healthy eating, but babies and children are still refusing to eat enough vegetables. Now nutrition and dietetics researchers have found some solutions. […]

Boost for dementia care in China

Flinders University is leading a major new program to provide high-quality support for carers of more than 11 million people living with dementia in China, or […]

Can schools provide better lunches?

Packing a lunchbox with fruit, sandwiches, and snacks is common practice for most Australian school children. But what if there was another way? Flinders University researchers […]

Do meal kits tick the right boxes?

During the pandemic, handy meal kit delivery services are helping to develop home cooking habits incorporating healthy ingredients such as vegetables, and a balance of less […]