Students from Flinders University’s Northern Territory Medical Program (NTMP) have showcased the University’s new teaching facility at the Katherine District Hospital to the Governor-General.
Group exercise should become a standard health practice in South Australia’s public health system to provide much-needed support for people with multiple sclerosis (MS).
Day-to-day palliative care in the community is mainly delivered by an “invisible network” of extended family members, friends and neighbours, Flinders University research shows.
A Flinders University researcher is searching for answers as to why some leukaemia sufferers live a normal lifespan while others succumb to the disease within months.
Sports scholarships awarded by Flinders will help a group of elite student athletes combine their academic and sporting pursuits.
Internationally distinguished Flinders University health expert Professor John Coveney commences today (Monday, April 14) as Dean of the new School of Health Sciences.
The Flinders University footbridge became a disaster zone after it “collapsed” as part of a simulated mass casualty exercise this week.
Flinders University has cracked half a million readers on The Conversation – Australia’s leading independent channel of information, analysis and opinion direct from the academic and research community.
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.