Going the extra mile

The care nurses deliver is life changing. For Flinders University Nursing gradate Claire Nichols, her life experiences led to a career in nursing and a realisation […]

Giving young people a voice

  Luke Roberts has found his purpose in life as a social worker and giving young people a voice, to be a very rewarding, challenging and […]

Graduate hits the road to give farmers a break

  Flinders University graduate Meg Clothier (BHlthSc,MOccTherapy ‘ 18) has taken the core values and principles installed throughout her Occupational Therapy degree to drought-stricken lands across […]

Improving care at the end of life

Embedding end of life care into the usual practice of all healthcare professionals in acute hospitals is a goal of Flinders University palliative care graduate Alison […]

Placements spark a passion

  Master of Occupational Therapy graduate Eliza Andersen (BHlthSc/MOccTherapy ’20) has found her passion. Completing both a Bachelor of Health Science and a Master of Occupational […]

The gift of speech

Speech Pathologist Nayantara Nambiar (MSpPath ’19) came to study at Flinders University with a passion for helping people communicate with the world.  Nayantara graduated from the […]

Changing lives in Papua New Guinea

Her experience with a student who had a hearing impairment, led Papua New Guinea teacher Rebecca Krai (MDisPolPrac ’19) to undertake a Master of Disability Policy […]

Invaluable in palliative care

Thirty five year old Maite Uribe is the new Vice President of one of the United States’ leading end-of-life care providers. At Flinders University Maite (BNg(PreReg) […]