A new report shows personal care plans based on a client’s own goals, along with structured systems of support for self-management, are two of the most effective strategies to manage chronic health conditions in Aboriginal communities.
A partnership between Anglicare and Flinders Law School is raising awareness about the issues surrounding recognition of Indigenous people in the Australian Constitution.
A visiting international scholar says social science research is often “ethically unjust”.
Medical education in Australia is set to be revolutionised with the opening today by Prime Minister Julia Gillard of the Northern Territory Medical Program Complex in Darwin.
Indigenous students have the opportunity to have their entire Flinders University tuition fees paid for through a new scholarship scheme in groundwater science.
The largest intake of Indigenous medical students ever to a single Australian course has been accepted into Flinders University’s new Northern Territory Medical Program.
The signing of a letter of intent regarding the Northern Territory Medical Program by Vice-Chancellor Michael Barber and Charles Darwin University Vice-Chancellor Professor Barney Glover, in the presence of Federal Health Minister Nicola Roxon, was an historic occasion for the two Universities as it confirmed the collaborative partnership that has developed around this initiative.
Evidence of life pre-dating the pyramids of Egypt will be used to shape an insight into the cultural life and society of the Ngarrindjeri people of South Australia.
Flinders University’s Yunggorendi First Nations Centre for Higher Education and Research has received a United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Award for “excellence and innovation in teaching, recruitment and support of Indigenous students to higher education”.