Flinders Digital Health Research Centre

The Flinders Digital Health Research Centre is a newly formed multidisciplinary research entity, established as a cornerstone in Flinders University’s expansion in the health technology domain. The Centre will provide expertise, innovation and leadership to ensure that Flinders University achieves national and international recognition as a premier institution for digital health systems and technologies research. It will also foster digital health university-industry alliance relationships benefiting South Australia and the nation. Projects which provide commercial opportunities will be nurtured through close collaborations with business and industry, and with the government and health sectors.

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 Flinders Assistant for Memory Enhancement (FAME) Study     

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Flinders researchers are hoping a new app will help keep older minds sharp and fend off the early stages of dementia

 Lax security culture in hospitals could affect My Health Record privacy, insiders fear (HISA Survey and Trish Williams quoted in ABC story)

Nurse uses laptop in hospital.

Prof Trish Williams on data protection and information security in health care|HISA Studio@HIC


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Acknowledgement: The Flinders Digital Health Research Centre is supported by the Premier’s Research and Industry Fund provided by the South Australian Government and Cisco Systems Australia Pty Ltd under the Cisco Digital Health Initiative.