Events



Past Events

Hopkins Hour: Policy, Governance and Service Systems​​ Research Stream

Posted on Tuesday 21st January 2020

Hosted by the Policy, Governance and Service Systems​​ Research Stream

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Tuesday 21st January 2020     Hopkins Hour, Policy


Hopkins Hour: Therapeutic Interventions and Practices​​ Research Stream - POSTPONED

Posted on Monday 20th January 2020

Hosted by the Therapeutic Interventions and Practices​​ Research Stream

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Monday 20th January 2020     Hopkins Hour,


Meet and Mingle - March 2020 - POSTPONED

Posted on Wednesday 11th December 2019

Meet and Mingle - March 2020

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Wednesday 11th December 2019     Meet And Mingle, M&M, Event


Spinal Cord Injury Management Course - POSTPONED

Posted on Wednesday 11th December 2019

Spinal Cord Injury Management Course

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Wednesday 11th December 2019     Spinal Cord Injury, Course, SCI


DoR CPD and Staff Excellence Award Ceremony

Posted on Thursday 7th November 2019

QSCIS has organised for Dr David Borg from The Hopkins Centre to present on ‘What is the influence of time-of-day on physical capacity during acute inpatient rehabilitation after spinal cord injury?’

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Thursday 7th November 2019    


THC Workshop - Implementing and sustaining practice change in disability and rehabilitation support systems

Posted on Tuesday 3rd September 2019

THC Workshop - Implementing and sustaining practice change in disability and rehabilitation support systems

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Tuesday 3rd September 2019    


Hopkins Hour - distributing care work across family networks following injury

Posted on Wednesday 21st August 2019

Hopkins Hour - Distributing care work across family networks following injury

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Wednesday 21st August 2019    


MHIQ Program Seminar Series: Sleep Disorders in Spinal Cord Injury

Posted on Thursday 30th May 2019

Sleep disorders in spinal cord injury Obstructive sleep apnoea, periodic leg movements and circadian rhythm disorders are all direct consequences of spinal cord injuries. These highly prevalent disorders have not traditionally been a focus of research or care after spinal cord injury, with much of the signs and symptoms of these sleep disorders attributed to other causes such as medications, mood disorders, spasm and “just what happens in spinal”. This presentation will outline the prevalence and impact of these disorders and the emerging treatment options for non- respiratory sleep complications.

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Thursday 30th May 2019    

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