BIBS21 virtual – Webinar One - Bold ideas better solutions 2021
We are excited for you to join us and the details below will provide helpful information to access the online event and learn more about the program and speakers.
Date: Wednesday 13 October 2021
Time: 11.00am - 1.00pm (AEST Brisbane Time)
Online: Zoom webinar
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Event description: In this first Bold ideas better solutions webinar for 2021, you will hear from hear from researchers, advocates, and people with lived experience about the latest research and personal insights that can inform us about ways to achieve dignified participation through policies and social systems that matter to major life domains. The program features prominent human rights activist, Mr Graeme Innes AM, research colleagues from University of Sydney and Griffith University, and people with lived experience, addressing the topic of participation with dignity in policy and social systems.
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When to join: The event will start at 11.00am sharp AEST, so please jump online 10 minutes early to get yourself set up.
Joining Instructions: To get the most out of this event, we recommend using a computer, laptop, iPad or smartphone to join the meeting by clicking on the online event link below:
Online Zoom Webinar link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88473870375
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Event recording and accessible resources: A recording of the online event will be shared following the event on our website. Copies of all presentations and Q&A responses will also be available online shortly after the event.
The annual Hopkins Centre event, ‘Bold Ideas Better Solutions 2021’ has gone virtual and will be presented as a live online seminar series, to be held on Wednesday 13 October 2021 and Wednesday 20 November 2021.
Our bold ideas and better solutions presentations and discussions this year will focus on ‘Participation with Dignity’. Each online session will feature the latest interdisciplinary research and emerging ideas informing and promoting participation and dignity in all life domains and disability and rehabilitation practices and services. The sessions will also showcase the value and importance of meaningful citizen and clinical engagement in research.
Session one, Participating with Dignity in Life Domains, Wednesday 13 October 2020, from 11.00am to 1.00pm AUS Eastern Time
Hear from researchers, advocates, and people with lived experience about the latest research and personal insights that can inform us about ways to achieve dignified participation through policies and social systems that matter to major life domains.
We are pleased to release our preliminary program, featuring prominent human rights activist, Dr Graeme Innes AM, research colleagues from University of Sydney and Griffith University, and people with lived experience, addressing the topic of participation with dignity in policy and social systems. See invited speaker below:
- Mr Graeme Innes AM, Lawyer, Author, and Company Director
- Professor James Middleton, MBBS, PhD, FAFRM(RACP), Clinical Director of the NSW State Spinal Cord Injury Service and Rehabilitation Medicine at the John Walsh Centre for Rehabilitation Research and the University of Sydney
- Tim McCallum, Ambassador, The Hopkins Centre, Citizen Researcher and International Singer
- Kevin Cocks, AM D.Univ, Patron of The Hopkins Centre and Human Rights Advocate
- A/Professor Jennifer Smith-Merry, Director of the Centre for Disability Research and Policy (CDRP) University of Sydney
- Dr Jessica Paynter, Senior Lecturer and Clinical Psychologist, Menzies Health Institute Queensland, Griffith University
- A/Professor Jennifer Cartmel, Senior Lecturer in the School of Health Sciences and Social Work, Griffith University
- Ms Laura Irvine-Brown, Associate Lecturer Occupational Therapy, Griffith University and registered Occupational Therapist
- Kelsey Chapman, Diginity Project Lead, Researcher and PhD Candidate, The Hopkins Centre, MHIQ, Griffith University
- Dr Grace Bitner, Research Fellow, The Hopkins Centre, MHIQ, Griffith University
- Dr David Borg, Research Fellow, The Hopkins Centre, MHIQ, Griffith University
- Gary Allen, Senior Policy Officer, Research Ethics and Interigity, Office for Research. Griffith University
Further speaker details here: https://www.hopkinscentre.edu.au/bibs2021speakers
Click here to view and download BIBS21 program for session one
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