A career dedicated to serving isolated and Indigenous communities has seen Flinders Associate Professor Sue Lenthall become the Remote Health Professional of the Year 2017. Associate […]
Aboriginal health care and community workers are being trained to use a mobile phone app to check for atrial fibrillation. This project is a collaboration between […]
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 […]
Flinders is celebrating NAIDOC Week with a number of special events, including nation-building workshops in the Flinders Ranges.
The benefits for health outcomes of learning to deal with Aboriginal people in a way that gains their trust are enormous, says Professor Dennis McDermott.
Just over 1600 students will receive their degrees during the University’s 2014 April graduation ceremonies and three prominent Australians will be honoured by Flinders.
Future doctors and health care professionals are not being effectively taught to address the “causes of the causes” in health curricula, an international public health expert says.