John Walsh Centre for Rehabilitation Research Forum

The State Insurance Regulatory Authority (SIRA), in partnership with icare, presented the John Walsh Centre for Rehabilitation Research (JWCRR) Personal Injury Research Seminar on the 24 August 2020.

The seminar showcased personal injury research undertaken by the John Walsh Centre over the last twelve months and featured presentations from JWCRR academics along with guest speaker, Distinguished Professor Richard Osborne from Swinburne University.

Copies of the presentation are below, including a captioned recording of the seminar.

Health literacy: a primary determinant of successful health and wellbeing outcomesDistinguished Professor Richard Osborne, of Health Sciences, Swinburne, University of Technology
Can technology enhance community independence for people with impairments in executive functioning after severe traumatic brain injury?A/Professor Grahame Simpson
Health literacy and its impacts on recovery following injuryProfessor Bamini Gopinath
Early and intensive motor training to enhance neurological recovery and function in people with spinal cord injuryLisa Harvey
Physiotherapy clinical practice guidelines for people with spinal cord injuriesA/Professor Joanne Glinsky
Pre-injury vulnerability - the key to better understanding injury recoveryDr Ilaria Pozzato
Face to face physiotherapy compared to a supported home exercise program for the management of musculoskeletal conditions the REFORM trial Health literacy and its impacts on recovery following injuryHannah Withers
Long term outcomes following motor vehicle crashes: associations with injury severity as assessed by hospital length of stay and injury severity scoreA/Professor Kevin Hung
Health maintenance tool - for people with spinal cord injury a tool for consumers from consumers long term outcomes following motor vehicle crashesDr Mohit Arora
The role of cognitive biases like pain catastrophising in chronic painProfessor Ashely Craig
Tackling the debilitating problem of chronic pain following SCIProfessor James Middleton
Opioid use after motor vehicle crashes - can this treatment be justified for chronic painProfessor Ian Cameron
Professor Ashely Craig
Professor James Middleton

A captioned recording of the seminar is also available.