Pursuing solutions to some of the most difficult social challenges drives us.
Our research aims to transform communities and empower people. We are equipping the next generation of educators, psychologists, social workers and leaders with the skills and knowledge to assist all members of society reach their full potential.
Collaborating across disciplines, we are breaking ground on major social challenges such as eating disorders, improving protection for children, harnessing technology for the best teaching practices now and into the future, enhancing decision making and improving access to services in rural and remote locations.
We are leading research to help build strong communities where everyone can participate.
We have a team of leading researchers working across the biopsychosocial spectrum addressing the important challenges of our time, such as access to services in rural and remote areas, defence and security, domestic violence, eating disorders, issues impacting vulnerable children and young people, inclusive education, curriculum and pedagogy, human factors research, and much more.
The Flinders University Institute for Mental Health and Wellbeing is a multi-disciplinary research institute, with a focus on research and discovery related to brain and mind and their relationship to the body.
The Social Work Innovation Research Living Space (SWIRLS) is a unique and innovative concept using the 'living lab' approach. We are bringing together practitioners with policy makers to conduct research in life, not in the lab.
The SHAPE Research Centre is uniquely focused on sport, health, activity, performance and exercise. Our research is bringing experts together to tackle emerging health concerns.
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