Bold Ideas Better Solutions 2022 Virtual Seminar
The Hopkins Centre’s sixth annual Better Ideas Bold Solutions symposium (BIBS22) will be held virtually on Wednesday 30th November 2022.
This year’s virtual symposium is focused on showcasing Hopkins research achievements, with the theme of the event concentrating on exploring bold ideas that can translate into better solutions for the future.
Hear how The Hopkins Centre's multi-disciplinary research is finding bold ideas and better solutions for both clinicians and citizens across the rehabilitation healthcare continuum, including the areas of: Care Transitions and Service Access; Clinician-Led Translation; Capacity Building; Citizen Co-design and Engagement in Research.
This year's presentations and discussions will be a showcase of outcomes and impacts from 5 years of The Hopkins Centre research exploring bold ideas that can translate into better solutions for the future. Sharing the latest interdisciplinary research and emerging ideas in disability and rehabilitation research, the program features a wide range of Hopkins partnership projects, sharing insights on care translations, optimising systems, improving accessibility, facilitating dignified participation, creating innovative strategies for consumer-citizen engagement and prioritising co-design in research. The program comprises a stimulating, interdisciplinary mix of oral presentations from The Centre's flagship programs, including Seed Grant projects Clinician Fellowships, and audience Q&A.
Date: Wednesday 30 November 2022
Time: 10.00am to 1.00pm AEST
Virtual: Please click on link below
This is a FREE event, that welcomes all interested people, clinicians, researchers, citizens, people with lived experience, partners, industry and interested parties. Click here to register.
The BIBS22 symposium will showcase The Hopkins Center research into disability and rehabilitation. The topics presented will broadly reflect Hopkin’s distinctive approach to interdisciplinary research that focuses on practical solutions to challenges that arise for both citizens and clinicians across the rehabilitation healthcare continuum. The BIBS22 program will feature a wide range of Hopkins partnership projects, sharing their insights and innovative strategies for consumer-citizen engagement.
This event is funded by The Hopkins Cente foundation partners, the Division of Rehabilitation, Metro South Health and Menzies Health Insititute Queensland, Griffith University, as well as the Motor Accident Insurance Commission (MAIC).The Hopkins Centre acknowledges and appreciates the ongoing support received from the Motor Accident Insurance Commission (MAIC) in our research and translation events.
This year's BIBS Symposium will include presentations from the following speakers:
Professor Timothy Geraghty - Trajectories of Rehabilitation across Complex Environments (TRaCE)
Dr Christy Hogan - Complex Rehabilitation in Systems under Immense Stress (CRISIS)
Jessica Bowley - Transition2Sub-acute Project
Dr Kerrin Watter - vocational rehabilitation in early transitional brain injury service.
Dr Camila Shirota - HabITec & creating Accessible Technology for all
Ameila Tan - Sabeo Flex translation and implementation
Kelsey Chapman - The Dignity Project highlights
Letitia Burridge - Building research capacity in rehabilitation medical officers
Glenn Verner-Wren - Redesigning the care processes for the management of newly acquired spinal cord injury (SCI) on the orthopaedic wards at the Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH).
Please click here to access the program for this event.
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