Quality veterinary care for dogs in Indigenous communities is necessary to improve human health. This includes control of dog scabies which may have direct and flow-on […]
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 […]
One of Flinders University’s leading experts in remote health has delivered a historic apology to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians. Professor Tim Carey, Director of […]
Leading remote health academic and long-term Northern Territory resident, Professor John Wakerman, commences today (Monday, 24 March 2014) as Associate Dean of Flinders University Northern Territory.
Flinders University has awarded the degree of Doctor of the University to Dr Peter Toyne, legislator, educator and a key figure in the Northern Territory’s development.
Flinders University will offer school leavers an accelerated pathway into its popular medical course in 2010.