Learning lessons in care from Cuba

“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?”

Medical crises in focus at Flinders-hosted Muster

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.

Flinders bolsters future health workforce

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.