Australia is not delivering on the World Health Organisation promise made 40 years ago to achieve ‘Health for All by the Year 2000’, according to Flinders […]
How can the world’s booming population stay healthy? Hear what Flinders family doctor advocate Professor Michael Kidd has to say.
Vietnam is joining other developing nations in building primary health care through family medicine to provide solutions to major health care challenges.
The new Chair of Restorative Care at Flinders will boost education and research into aged care and wellness in South Australia.
Australia can learn from Iran’s transformed health care system, according to primary health care expert Professor Michael Kidd.
Flinders University’s Professor Michael Kidd will play a “vital role in guiding the current and future health of Australians” through his appointment to the Council of the NHMRC.
Marine biotechnology, entrepreneurship and health education were the focus of high-level talks by Flinders University during a large South Australian trade mission to China.
Focusing on SA and the NT and building on earlier research, the ‘Managing Two Worlds Together Stage 3’ study analyses some of the critical segments and gaps in the Aboriginal patient journey.
The Ebola epidemic has thrown the spotlight on the shortage of health care workers in Africa, with many countries facing major challenges to rebuild, says Professor Michael Kidd, the Executive Dean of the Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences at Flinders University.