Partnering with health and disability professionals to optimise outcomes for people with spinal cord injury
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Launch of a new tool supporting self-management in people with a spinal cord injury
A guide to physiotherapy management for people with spinal cord injuries so people with SCI receive the best possible physiotherapy treatment and care.
The Queensland Spinal Cord Injuries Service (QSCIS) has developed “QuickStart”, an innovative model of care to support clinicians across the state who are working with people with a newly acquired spinal cord injury.
The Prince of Wales Spinal Injuries Unit returns back with its sell-out Spinal MasterCLASS in a virtual flavour. This aims to provide an overview of the whole journey of Spinal Cord injury management in the acute and early rehabilitative setting. This will benefit any clinician (Medical, Nursing or Allied Health) who would have involvement in managing Spinal patients at any stage.
Dr. Graco has partnered with Dr. Gerard Weber and team at Royal Rehab Hospital (Sydney) to adapt and implement a similar “in-house” model for managing Sleep Disordered Breathing. Together with Dr. David Joffe, Respiratory Physician at Royal North Shore Hospital, the team have tailored a model of care to suit the Spinal Injuries Unit at Royal Rehab, which includes clear pathways for clinical practice.
Held at the Hilton Adelaide, from 22 – 24 November 2023. – Call for Abstracts!
The theme for this event, “Expect the Unexpected”, is centred around the challenges we face, be that a spinal cord injury, natural disaster, personal crisis or the events of the past few years, and this links with highlighting the passion and adaptability that we all aspire to.
Open Online Course: 5 Topics in 5 weeks including Staying Healthy, Bladder, Bowel, Sexuality and Psychological aspects. Starting 6th February 2023. Free for all.
ISCoS released their podcast last year, premiering in June 2020 with a two-part discussion entitled “COVID-19: Current knowledge and best practices for an SCI-panel discussion with a multidisciplinary view”.