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 […]

We need to talk about COVID-19 deaths

The coronavirus pandemic has prompted a national rethink on how society manages death and dying, at the same time as Flinders University has launched research into how people […]

VegKit for Aussie kids

Flinders University nutrition experts have contributed to a newly launched online registry of resources that aims to help boost vegetable consumption in Aussie kids. The searchable […]

Women deflated by #Fitspo images

Researchers have found that #Fitspiration is flawed, making many women feel worse about themselves and their bodies rather than inspiring them to exercise. Despite the positive […]

New directions in aged care in Australia

Comparisons with international systems and innovations in aged care has identified many opportunities for improvement in Australia, according to researchers at Flinders University. Flinders University experts […]

Breastfeeding goes high-tech with apps

Mobile phone apps are increasingly being used to support breastfeeding decisions – sometimes at a cost, a Flinders University study indicates. The objective approach of most […]

Stay-at-home dads call for change

Dads make an important contribution when they stay at home as primary caregiver for their children – but they continue to face major social hurdles and […]

New way to measure quality of aged care

The Caring Futures Institute at Flinders University is leading research into developing a new quality of life measure that aged care providers can use for quality […]