Robyn Flook, the long-running coordinator of the South Australian Brain Bank, has passed away after a long battle with cancer. Ms Flook joined the Flinders University […]
Individualised support for carers of people with dementia could soon be arriving in family homes via screens, thanks to Flinders research.
Dementia, bowel cancer and glaucoma are among diseases to be addressed by researchers at Flinders with National Health and Medical Research Council funding of nearly $5.1 million.
A unique study which actively seeks to capture the opinions and choices of people with dementia is being conducted in SA by researchers from Flinders University and the Repatriation General Hospital.
Many Australian spouses are looking after loved ones with dementia without external support, research from Flinders University shows.
A Flinders University research team is developing novel drugs that could pave the way for potential breakthroughs in cancer, dementia and Parkinson’s disease.
A team of Chinese delegates are visiting Flinders University to develop a dementia care training program.
An inflated sense of memory function in people with dementia may influence their likelihood of seeking help.