Hopkins In Focus Research Series - Research and Adaptation in Rehabilitation - Session Three (NEW DATE)

Wednesday, 2 December 2020 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM AEST

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Wednesday, 2 December 2020 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM AEST

REGISTER NOW for third session In Focus Research Series on ‘Resilience and Adaptation in Rehabilitation'

Hear from health practitioners, clinicians, people with lived experience, researchers and industry experts about the impact of pandemic events during 2020 on rehabilitation systems, services, connections and community. Each session will showcase a different perspective on disruption and adaptation in rehabilitation and designing resilient systems and responsive services, advancing technology, creating adaptive practices and interventions for the future.

Session three: Wednesday, 2 December 2020, at 1.30pm AUS Eastern Time

In this third session in the event series, you will hear from industry experts, advocates and future thinkers, in a panel discussion on a new generation and vision for rehabilitation, and what inclusive, adaptable and resilient rehabilitation systems could look like in the future. Led by panel moderator, Global Business Futurist and Foresight Strategist, Morris Miselowski, we are excited to listen to a captivating and stimulating discussion with panellists: 

  • Dr Elissa Farrow, MBBS, FAFRM (ARCP), Rehabilitation Medicine Physician, Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health Service and Co-Chair Statewide Rehabilitation Clinical Network
  • Professor Phillip Morris, Adjunct Professor at the Queensland University of Technology’s Institute of Health and Biomedical Innovation
  • Associate Professor Libby Callaway, Rehabilitation, Ageing and Independent Living Research Centre & Occupational Therapy Department, Monash University
  • Professor John Olver, AM, MB, BS, M.D, FAFRM (ARCP), Consultant Physician in Rehabilitation Medicine and Professor in Rehabilitation Medicine in the Department of Medicine at Monash University and Medical Director of Rehabilitation at Epworth Healthcare, Melbourne


This session is the last event of a three-part virtual event series, with event session recordings listed below:

Click here to view Session One recording - 'Practitioner perspectives on system and service disruption across the continuum of care.'

Click here to view Session Two recording - 'Citizen focus on resilience, rights, and consumer centred community during system disruption.'


Please join us to ignite new ways of thinking, harness new collaborations & inspire excellence in rehabilitation.


For further information:

The Hopkins Centre is leading the way in interdisciplinary collaborative and responsive research that is user-informed and embedded in practice and service delivery. It provides a vehicle for finding research-based solutions to complex challenges across disability and rehabilitation. Through partnerships and respectful sharing of diverse knowledge, The Hopkins Centre is generating system wide evidence and promoting the use of existing data to extend the quality, capacity and impact of rehabilitation and disability research.


For further information, please check out the event website and The Hopkins Centre website where you will learn more about the centre and how we aim to find better solutions to complex systemic challenges through interdisciplinary collaborative and responsive research that is embedded in practice and informed by people with disability.


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The Hopkins Centre: Research for Rehabilitation and Resilience Email: hopkinscentre@griffith.edu.au Web: www.hopkinscentre.edu.au

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