Dysphagia, or swallowing impairment, is a little recognised medical problem inflicting a significant cost on our health system. Researchers from Flinders University have found that people […]
The health and wellbeing of people aged 40-75 could benefit from more advice and checks, according to Flinders University research. Under a community research project entitled […]
Thousands of Flinders students owe much of their knowledge of the human body to the School of Medicine’s Anatomy Museum and to its custodian Greg Souter.
When you’re a contestant on The Voice Australia, studying to be a speech pathologist can have its advantages.
Emeritus Professor Andy Butcher has been elected a Fellow of the Australian Academy of the Humanities for his long-term work on phonetics of Indigenous Australian languages.
“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.”
Dana Jamie Chinn, a Malaysian student in the Speech Pathology course at Flinders, has received the top Merdeka Award from the Australia-Malaysia Business Council of South Australia.