RIPPL Team plans the year ahead

The Flinders NT Remote Interprofessional Learning (RIPPL) team recently got together in Darwin to undertake annual strategic planning. The RIPPL team’s primary purpose is to ensure […]

Outstanding NT supervisors celebrated

The Flinders NT Supervisor Recognition awards were announced at an event on 11 December 2019, recognising staff who go above and beyond their usual duties to […]

A new perspective

Earlier this year Olivia Hawkins, Nursing student from University Technology Sydney, completed a three-week placement at the Alice Springs Hospital, supported by Flinders NT. Flinders NT […]

Ray James Award goes to Interplay Project

Congratulations to a Flinders University team of Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal researchers who have received the 2019 Ray James Award for excellence and innovation in health promotion […]

Gaining an education in bush medicine

The Central Australia Rural and Aboriginal Health Club (CARAH) together with Flinders NT staff Pene Curtis and Vicki Hale, recently arranged a Bush Medicine Workshop with […]

Pathways to Remote Area Nursing

The ten day face-to-face Transition to Remote Area Nursing (TRAN) program, was held at the Centre for Remote Health in Alice Springs during October. The course […]