Hopkins Hour: Resilience in Rehabilitation

Thank you to everyone who joined the virtual Hopkins Hour event on Thursday 24th March 2022, with invited speakers presenting on 'Resilience in Rehabilitation'

Presented by The Hopkins Centre researcher Michael Norwood and citizen researcher, Billy Hedderman, an international speaker on personal resilience and author of internationally published personal biography on recovery from quadriplegia.

Dr Kerrin Watter (Clinical Lead, Acquired Brain Injury Translational Rehabilitation Service, PAH) and Sue Booth (Social Worker, Translational Rehabilitation Program, PAH) brought their perspectives to the discussion, on how to build resilience among the client/patient groups, evidence-based strategies, and what further research is required to better understand, enhance and impact resilience.

For those who missed the live event, you can view the video recording below, along with other accessible event resources on our website.

Event video recording

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PowerPoint Presentation

Microsoft Stream Live Event Recording with interactive transcript and closed captions (add auto generated captions by pressing the CC button) 

If you have missed any of the Hopkins Hour online research seminars, please view our gallery of videos on the website: www.hopkinscentre.edu.au/researchvideogallery

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