“My uncle had a stroke and lost his speech. I realise now, with the training I’ve received at Flinders, that I would have been able to help him.”
Like a book cover, the purpose of a wine label is to attract the buyer’s attention and say something about the characters within the contents.
Some of South Australia’s top sporting figures will make presentations at a symposium to launch Flinders University’s new Sport, Health and Physical Education Research (SHAPE) Centre today.
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.
A peer support program for families living with an acquired brain injury (ABI) in South Australia will benefit from a $100,000 funding boost.
Flinders University’s School of Health Sciences was officially launched at a reception at Flinders University Victoria Square last night (Tuesday, July 29).
For stroke victims, rehabilitation is crucial to their recovery.
Schools are being urged to include both girls and boys in body image awareness, following a new Flinders study which reveals boys believe they need to be strong to be a man.
Group exercise should become a standard health practice in South Australia’s public health system to provide much-needed support for people with multiple sclerosis (MS).