NEW Adelaide Health Simulation & Skills Centre Website!

The Adelaide Health Simulation & Skills Centre is committed to innovation and excellence – improving patient safety through realistic simulation education. The Adelaide Health Simulation & Skills Centre has a new website at ua.edu.au/health-simulation ! For any feedback on the new website please email simulation@adelaide.edu.au.

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School update on the new Integrated Clinical School (ICS) in the West End SA Health and Biomedical Precinct

We are delighted to be progressing with our plans to move much of the School’s teaching, research and administration to a new Integrated Clinical School (ICS) building in the SA Health and Biomedical Precinct. This new facility will enable us to build on the partnership we have enjoyed with the Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH) for […]

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New gel to benefit millions of sinus sufferers worldwide

If you’ve never experienced the discomfort of chronic sinusitis, chances are you know someone who has. Affecting around 18% of Australians, its associated facial pain and pressure brings misery to millions. For many, surgery to enlarge the nasal passages leading to the sinus cavities is the only hope of relief. But even this fails in […]

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New hope is ‘launched’ in ongoing cancer battle

Few medical conditions evoke such fear and dread as cancer. Its many forms continue to account for a frightening number of deaths around the world, and treatment typically remains an arduous test for sufferers and their families. We are constantly seeking new hope in the battle against this fierce disease, and in 2011, the University of Adelaide […]

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Studying Medicine at the University of Adelaide

Get an insight into studying Medicine at the University of Adelaide. Hear from our Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery students discussing their experiences as medical students at the University of Adelaide. Watch YouTube videos

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NEW Centre for Personalised Cancer Medicine Website!

The Centre for Personalised Cancer Medicine has a new website at adelaide.edu.au/cancer-medicine ! The Centre for Personalised Cancer Medicine focuses on improving the outcomes for cancer patients at all levels, progressing research that makes a positive impact on cancer medicine, and training clinical and translational researchers. Learn more

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SA Health Minister/Shadow Health Minister Debate – Don’t Miss Out!

The Adelaide Medical Students Society and SA Pathology proudly presents SA Health SA Health Minister/Shadow Health Minister Debate Debate between the Hon. Jack Snelling MP and the Hon. Rob Lucas MLC Interactive panel discussion with diverse range of esteemed panellists including Professor Justin Beilby, Executive Dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences and Australian Medical Association (SA) President, Dr Patricia Montanaro. When: Wednesday 4 […]

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Farewell to Neville De Young & Ann Francis

The School  said farewell to two long standing members of its staff on Thursday 25th July. Neville De Young and Ann Francis. Neville has been with the University of Adelaide for 43 years and has worked in various areas, finishing up his time in the Discipline of Surgery as a Senior Research Officer and OH&S […]

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Need for debate on when babies should eat solids

A University of Adelaide researcher says it’s time for Australia’s health authorities to rethink advice on how long women breastfeed their children exclusively. Dr Brian Symon, Clinical Senior Lecturer in General Practice at the University of Adelaide and an expert on young children’s sleeping problems, says there is growing evidence to suggest that exclusive breastfeeding may not […]

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Research Tuesdays – Pregnant Pause

Exploring important new questions emerging on life-creating infertility treatment Following the world’s first birth from in vitro fertilisation in 1978, the use of assisted reproductive technology (ART) rapidly became routine. Around 5 million individuals have now been born as a result of it, realising countless dreams of parenthood. And that figure’s rising at an increasing […]

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