Free public antiretroviral therapy programs have been available for more than a decade in Southwest Ethiopia to address spiralling HIV-AIDS related deaths. However, Flinders University researchers […]
More Australians are being hospitalised for injuries, with falls and transport crashes remaining the leading cause of injuries. A new report issued the Australian Institute of […]
Medical intervention alone will not rectify Nepal’s appalling perinatal mortality rates, which are among the highest in the world. A Flinders University researcher has found that […]
The violent earthquake that rocked Papua New Guinea in early 2018 – causing devastating mud slides that trapped many communities in remote mountain areas – highlights […]
One of the most popular fast food chains, McDonald’s Australia, has taken a grilling in a consumer study conducted by a South Australian public health research […]
In spite of “challenging times for policy and practice that seeks to improve population health and reduce health inequalities”, Professor Fran Baum’s The New Public Health offers some optimism for the future, said Lancaster University’s Professor Jennie Popay today.
Internationally distinguished Flinders University health expert Professor John Coveney commences today (Monday, April 14) as Dean of the new School of Health Sciences.
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.
“Information overload” about healthy nutrition means patients who have serious conditions may fall back on bad eating habits, a Flinders University study has found.