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Bold ideas, better solutions 2018 symposium a HUGE success!

Posted on Friday 16th November 2018

Bold ideas, better solutions 2018, The Hopkins Centre (THC) research symposium was held on 15 November at the Translational Research Institute (TRI). There were over 265 registrations and 200 participants across the day, which included a breakfast forum and main event.

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Habitech: The latest innovation from THC

Posted on Thursday 25th October 2018

HabiTech aims to ethically expedite that process by creating a sociotechnical space where all stakeholders can work together. HabiTech has been designed as both a physical and virtual space for stakeholders to test rehabilitation processes, tools and technology. The physical HabiTec Lab has been developed in partnership with Occupational Therapies - Metro South Health, Microsoft Health and The Hopkins Centre and is located at the Princess Alexandra Hospital. The Hopkins Centre is a joint initiative of the Division of Rehabilitation, Metro South Health and Menzies Health Institute Queensland, Griffith University.

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Thursday 25th October 2018    

THC Round 4 Seed Funding AND 1st Round Clinical Fellowships - NOW OPEN

Posted on Thursday 13th September 2018

Applications open for 4th round of THC seed funding and the very 1st round of clinical fellowships. Check out the details now.

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Thursday 13th September 2018    

The importance of equitable access to health services and healthcare

Posted on Thursday 13th September 2018

The Hopkins Centre and Spinal Life Australia will work with Health Direct to provide timely information to people with disability about the physical accessibility and suitability of health services and health care practitioners listed in the National Health Service Directory.

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Thursday 13th September 2018    

An all abilities Queensland: everybody has a role to play

Posted on Monday 10th September 2018

Everybody as a role to play in creating an inclusive accessible community for all

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Monday 10th September 2018    

Mapping accessibility and wellbeing

Posted on Friday 7th September 2018

Can you imagine turning up for your the specialist health appointment and being turned away because you couldn’t physically get onto the examination table from your wheelchair? Can you imagine being carried into your specialist appointment because the doorway was too narrow?

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Friday 7th September 2018    

Singing as a form of rehabilitation

Posted on Wednesday 5th September 2018

Singing is something many people take for granted. Researchers suspect that on top of hearing your beautiful voice, singing may have medical benefits for people with spinal cord injury (SCI).

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Wednesday 5th September 2018     Singing Spinal Cord Injury

Making breathing easier for patients with acute spinal cord injury

Posted on Tuesday 4th September 2018

An exciting new study by The Hopkins Centre (THC) is looking into the feasibility of using mouthpiece ventilation (MPV) for patients’ once extubated after suffering an acute spinal cord injury (SCI).

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