Coming up – Spinal Masterclass – by the Prince of Wales Hospital – 7th-9th Sept 2023
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.
2022 ANZSCoS Grant Winner: Dr Marnie Graco
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.
SCI Massive Open Online Course – Physiotherapy Management of People with Spinal Cord Injuries – starts Nov 7
Sign up for a FREE online course on the: Physiotherapy Management of People with Spinal Cord Injuries Starts on the 7th November 2022 Register NOW at www.scimooc.org Details: Time commitment: 5 hours per week Duration: 5 weeks Overall course co-ordinators: Professor Lisa Harvey and Dr Joanne Glinsky (University of Sydney, Australia) Language co-ordinators: Professor Jocemar […]
ANZSCoS 2022/23 Research/Project Grants are Open
Dear Members The ANZSCoS executive are very pleased to once again be able to offer ANZSCoS small project/research grants in 2022 for projects commencing in January 2023. Please click on the link below for the project guidelines and template. Applications will close at 5pm on Friday August 12th. Please do not hesitate to contact me […]
Update from the ANZSCoS Committee
Dear ANZSCoS Members, At the 2021 AGM we decided, in the absence of a 2022 ASM, to explore running online workshops as a professional development opportunity. Thanks to members who replied to a survey seeking ideas and expressions of interest. Unfortunately we were not able to harness enough support. I believe this doesn’t at […]