Hopkins In Focus Online Event Resources

Hopkins In Focus Research Event Series - Second Session Resources

The second session of Hopkins In Focus Online Research Series occured on Wednesday 18th November 2020.

The session highlighted citizen focus on resilience, rights, and consumer centred community during system disruption. We were also excited to showcase the HabITec Citizen Challenge initiative, focused on designing for all, in a design pitch for better solutions in digital health.

We encourage you, if you haven’t already, to register for the last event session in the series HERE.

Further event resources to be shared shortly.

 

Event Recording:

The event recording is located on The Hopkins Centre YouTube channel. For closed captions, please press the CC button on the bottom right toolbar, or on the subtitle page script icon, to enable auto generated captions. 

Please note - AI enabled transcript solutions estimates about 90% accuracy on their auto-caption service, but this will depend on your accent and your enunciation. The live event captions are not 100% accurate in translation from presenter audio to captions, but we are developing further accessible resources to improve this.

Oral Presentations:

One of Australia's leading advocates for people with a disability, talking about citizens rights and dignity and how to safeguard and promote the rights of people living with disability
Mr Kevin Cocks AM DUniv, Patron for The Hopkins Centre and Executive General Manager Integrated Accessible Transport Network, Department of Transport and Main Roads

Consumer disruption and resilience during COVID-19 
Ms Michelle Moss, Director, Policy and Strategic Engagement at Queenslanders with Disability Network

Importance of peer support in the Spinal Cord community and adaption in this year of disruption
Mr Col Mackereth, Peer Support Leader at Spinal Life Australia, Motivational Speaker, Thought Mentor and Bestselling Author

The power of solution focused positive resilience and how individuals with disability can respond to disruption and can take control during times of disruption
Dr David Roland, Writer, Speaker and Psychologist

The Dignity Project: Before, During and After COVID-19 
Ms Kelsey Chapman, Research Fellow and PhD Candidate, The Hopkins Centre and Research lead of The Dignity Project

Citizen Challenge Program
The Citizen Challenge Program is an initative of The Hopkins Centre HabITec flagship project. With a focus on designing for all, the 2020 challenge focused on 'How do we optimes technology, to provide quality, online rehabilitation services while promoting customer choise and independence'.
Mrs Sally Stewart, Business Development Manager, The Hopkins Centre; Dr Kara Burns, Adjunct Research Fellow, The Hopkins Centre; and, Mr Justin Hua, Citizen Research and Ambassador, The Hopkins Centre

Further event resources to be shared shortly.

 

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Hopkins In Focus Research Event Series on ‘Resilience and Adaptation in Rehabilitation’, kicked off this Wednesday 4th November 2020.

In session one, we heard practitioners' insights and perspectives on system and service disruption across the continuum of care. The session highlighted the experiences and ideas about how technology can solve problems and accelerate positive change in the delivery and design of rehabilitation.

In the following event series sessions, you will hear health practitioners, clinicians, people with lived experience, researchers and industry experts about the impact of pandemic events during 2020 on rehabilitation systems, services, connections and community. With each session showcasing a different perspective on disruption and adaptation in rehabilitation and designing resilient systems and responsive services, advancing technology, creating adaptive practices and interventions for the future.

Further event resources to be shared shortly.

Event Recording:

The event recording is located on The Hopkins Centre YouTube channel. For closed captions, please press the CC button on the bottom right toolbar, or on the subtitle page script icon, to enable auto generated captions. 

Please note - AI enabled transcript solutions estimates about 90% accuracy on their auto-caption service, but this will depend on your accent and your enunciation. The live event captions are not 100% accurate in translation from presenter audio to captions, but we are developing further accessible resources to improve this.

Oral Presentations:

System and Service disruption, challenges and opportunities, Dr Ryan Bell, Medical Director, Brain Injury Rehabilitation Unit, Metro South Health 
Insight from rehabilitation services, systems and frontline workers across the continuum of care and into the community. With opportunities for positive change in the delivery and design of rehabilitation in the future.

2020 pandemic: System impact and adjustments on general practice, Dr Steven Peterson, FRACGP MBBS, General Practitioner, NSW Health Virtual Rural Generalist Service
Everyday experience of community healthcare, system disruption and adaptive responses during 2020 pandemic health crisis.

A decade of change in days: Building more response and resilient services for individuals with developmental disabilities and their families Associate Professor David Trembath, Speech Pathologist, Advance Queensland Fellow and Deputy Research Director at The Hopkins Centre, Menzies Health Institute Queensland, Griffith University

2020 Pandemic: Impacts and adaptions, Ms Kiley Pershouse, Co-Chair, Statewide Rehabilitation Clinical Network
The impacts on, and adaptations made by rehabilitation services during the pandemic from the perspective of the Statewide rehabilitation clinical network in Queensland.

Opportunities to innovate and accelerate use of technology across all phases of rehabilitation,
Dr Camila Shirota, Advance Queensland Research Fellow and Research lead HabITec project, The Hopkins Centre

Further event resources to be shared shortly.