Hopkins In Focus 2020

Thank you to everyone who tuned into the Hopkins In Focus Research Event Series

The Hopkins In Focus Research event series is now complete, with hundreds of people tuning in over the series to hear from 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.

Thank you to everyone who joined each of the online events. We hope you found the event sessions informative, hearing different insights on disruption across continuum of care in 2020, creating resilience, adaptive practices and interventions, importance of human rights and dignity, and vision for rehabilitation in the future.

For those that missed the live event, you can view the captioned video recording online and speaker PowerPoint slides shared, along with other accessible event resources, on our website: www.hopkinscentre.edu.au/infocusevent

Session One recording - 'Practitioner perspectives on system and service disruption across the continuum of care.'
Session Two recording - 'Citizen focus on resilience, rights, and consumer centred community during system disruption.'
Session Three recording - 'Panel Discussion with experts, advocates and future thinkers on a new generation and vision for rehabilitation, and what inclusive, adaptable and resilient rehabilitation systems could look like into the future.'

Thank you for your support and participation of the event series and in igniting new ways of thinking, harnessing new collaborations, and sparking bold ideas, better solutions for the future.

We look forward to welcoming you to future Hopkins events in 2021. Keep a look out for our 2021 events calendar popping up shortly on our website and in our digital newsletter.

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