BIBS21 Online Event Resources

Bold ideas, Better solutions webinar resources

The event recordings and transcripts will be shared on this webpage very shortly.

Thank you to everyone who joined the online Hopkins Bold ideas Better solutions 2021 webinars on Wednesday 13 October 2021 and Wednesday 20 October 2021.

We hope that you enjoyed the experience and found it informative, learning more about dignity, inclusion and participation - why it is so important, how it is impacted, the barriers, and some really practical solutions and bold ideas to move forward together as a community.

For those that missed the live event, you have not missed out! You will be able to view the video recordings and transcripts shared on this webpage very shortly.

To learn more about the speakers and research projects featured in this online webinar series please click on the links below:

Webinar one - Participating with Dignity in Life Domains - 13 October 2021

Webinar recording:

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Watch this live webinar recording on our YouTube account, along with over 50 other research videos.

Speaker Presentations:

Seven Dwarfs
Mr Graeme Innes AM, Lawyer, Author, and Company Director

Topic One: How to enable dignified participation in mainstream systems. Insights from data and research

International Spinal Cord Injury (InSCI) Community Survey Implementation – Translating knowledge into practice
Professor James Middleton, & Aus-InSCI group

The Dignity Project: dignified participation in travel and mobility systems Ms Kelsey Chapmen, Dignity Project Research Lead, and PhD Candidate, The Hopkins Centre, Griffith University

Creating positive environments and communities: accessible housing, home modification, and community access and inclusion
Dr Grace Bitner, Research Fellow, The Hopkins Centre, Griffith University

Dignified participation in employment structures
Dr Gary Allen, Chief Executive Officer, Enabled.VIP

Topic Two: Opportunities for dignified participation to improve mental health and wellbeing. A systemic perspective

Singing Cord Project: The power of music and singing
Mr Tim McCallum, The Hopkins Centre Ambassador, Citizen Researcher and International Singer

Trajectories of Rehabilitation across Complex Environments (TRaCE)
Dr David Borg, Research Fellow, The Hopkins Centre, Griffith University

Opportunities for dignified participation to imporve mental health and wellbeing. A systemic perspective
A/Prof Jen Smith-Merry, Director, Centre for Disability Research and Policy, The University of Sydney 

Topic Two: Where are the opportunities for dignified participation in early years interventions? Lessons from partnerships

Translating Evidence Based Practices to Community Settings: Autism Friendly Story Times
Dr Jessica Paynter, Clinical Psychologist and Senior Lecturer, Griffith University

Role-emerging occupational therapy placements: System level changes to promote inclusion in the early years
Ms Laura Irvine-Brown, Occupational Therapist and Associate Lecturer, Griffith University 

Collecting school aged voices about the school aged care framework and early years framework
A/Prof Jenny Cartmel, Senior Lecturer in Human Services, Griffith University


Webinar two - Participating with Dignity in Complex Systems - 20 October 2021

Webinar recording:

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Watch this live webinar recording on our YouTube account, along with over 50 other research videos.

Speaker Presentations:

Topic One: Technology for All

Participating with Dignity in Clinical Systems: A Focus on Assistive Technology
A/Prof Libby Callaway, Senior Occupational Therapist, Monash University

HabITec: Technology for All
Dr Camila Shirota and Soo Oh, HabITec Project, The Hopkins Centre

Topic Two: Pain and Participation 

Engaging patients in conversations about opioid tapering and psychological pain management
A/Prof Claire Ashton-James, Social Psychologist, Pain Management Research Institute, Northern Clinical School, University of Sydney

Living well with pain 
Dr Bronnie Lennox-Thompson, Occupational Therapist, University of Otago

Changing perception of self with virtual reality
Dr Daniel Harvie - NHMRC Early Career Research Fellow, The Hopkins Centre

Enhancing the user aspects of care for people with back pain 
Karime Mescouto, Physiotherapist and PhD candidate at The University of QLD

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Thank you for your support of The Hopkins Centre Bold ideas Better solutions 2021 webinar series. We look forward to welcoming you to each webinar, igniting new ways of thinking, harnessing new collaborations, and sparking bold ideas and better solutions for the future.

The event recordings and transcripts will be shared on this webpage very shortly.