An international conference in Adelaide is focusing on the importance of sharing culture and language in aged care. One of the benefits is that residents of […]
Flinders University’s Professor Keryn Williams, the sight pioneer who leads the Australian Corneal Graft Registry, has been awarded a Companion of the Order of Australia in the Australia Day Honours.
The economics of the National Disability Insurance Scheme is one of the topics at this week’s 45th Australian Conference of Economists being held at Flinders.
The framework for the evaluation of the trial of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) by the National Institute of Labour Studies (NILS) at Flinders has been released.
Flinders University is lamenting the loss of one of Australia’s finest academics, Professor Graeme Hugo, who died on January 20 after a short battle with cancer.
“I think Australia has done reasonably well in offsetting some of the forces of inequality but there is a lot of evidence that suggests that more recently we are going in the wrong direction.”
Flinders University’s National Institute of Labour Studies is drawing attention to research showing that the human costs of public sector cuts will affect public servants for years.
Flinders University’s Adjunct Professor Peter Sloane doesn’t look unlike an English football club manager from the 1960s. Which is fitting, because he knows a lot about the game.
South Australia’s ageing population and people with disabilities are one step closer to living with greater independence.