The success of Flinders University Optometry’s innovative Watkins Fundus Lens has been elevated to a global level with its acceptance as an international standard item of […]
Covert tracking of children’s emotions by junk food marketers intrusively preys on kids at their most vulnerable and must be stopped, an internationally respected Flinders researcher […]
Australia can learn from Iran’s transformed health care system, according to primary health care expert Professor Michael Kidd.
Guidelines covering mass gatherings worldwide in the wake of the Ebola epidemic are being developed by Flinders University.
Event organisers must learn from previous failures and feats when preparing for future mass gatherings, international disaster expert Dr Maurizio Barbeschi says.
Flinders researchers in conjunction with the CSIRO are on the hunt for baby poo, which they hope may hold the key to treating one of the developing world’s most common childhood killers – acute diarrhoea.
The World Health Organisation’s most recent Global Burden of Disease register rates blindness as less of a burden than a pain of the neck.
From schoolies to the Olympic Games, researchers from Flinders University are developing the first-ever guidelines to understand crowd behaviour at some of the world’s biggest events.
Flinders University Professor Keryn Williams’ 25-year mission to decrease the burden of blindness has earned her a major National Heath and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Fellowship.