Several Flinders University staff were among the inaugural fellows inducted into the new Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences (AAHMS),
Flinders University’s Professor Michael Kidd recently hosted a group of senior university leaders from the United Kingdom at a workshop exploring new strategies to drive healthy responses to global medical challenges.
“If a developing country like Cuba can train more doctors and nurses than they need so they can contribute to the health care needs of other countries around the world – why can’t Australia do the same?”
Addressing the number of health professionals prepared and equipped to work in under-resourced areas to help eradicate crises such as the Ebola epidemic is a key focus of the Global Community Engaged Medical Education Muster this week.
Have you ever wondered how much information about your health is being collected by doctors, pharmacies, laboratories, and even grocery stores?
Flinders Professor Michael Kidd has been awarded the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners’ (RACGP) most prestigious honour, the Rose-Hunt Award.
Flinders is developing the future health workforce at ViTA – a new state-of-the-art aged care, rehabilitation, teaching and research facility at the Repatriation General Hospital in Daw Park.
Flinders cardiologist Professor Derek Chew is the lead author of a paper awarded the $10,000 Medical Journal of Australia/MDA National prize for the best research study of the past 12 months.
Internationally distinguished Flinders University health expert Professor John Coveney commences today (Monday, April 14) as Dean of the new School of Health Sciences.