BREAKFAST CLUB LECTURE SERIES 2017

  • May 10th, 2017 8:00 am
  • Royal Talbot Rehabilitation Centre, 1 Yarra Blvd, Kew

A professional development lecture series on brain injury rehabilitation.


LECTURE ONE: 8 MARCH 2017

TOPIC: BEHAVIOURS OF CONCERN FOLLOWING TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY
PRESENTERS: Dr Kate Gould, Research Fellow, Monash Epworth Rehabilitation Research Centre and Clinical Neuropsychologist, Osborn Sloan and Associates and Amelia Hicks, Research Fellow, Monash Epworth Rehabilitation Research Centre
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LECTURE TWO: 10 MAY 2017

TOPIC: MANAGEMENT OF PROLONGED CONCUSSION SYMPTOMS: WHAT DO WE KNOW NOW?
PRESENTERS: Katie Davies, Director, Neurological Rehabilitation Group and Amy Blencowe, Senior Therapist, Neurological Rehabilitation Group READ MORE


LECTURE THREE: 9 AUGUST 2017

TOPIC: TREATING FATIGUE AND SLEEP DISTURBANCE FOLLOWING BRAIN INJURY WITH COGNITIVE BEHAVIOUR THERAPY
PRESENTERS: Dr Adam McKay , Senior Lecturer, Monash University and Senior Neuropsychologist, Epworth Healthcare and Dr Dana Wong, Senior Lecturer, Monash University and Director, Neurorehabilitation Clinic, Monash Psychology Centre
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LECTURE FOUR: 18 OCTOBER 2017

TOPIC: “HE WENT BACK INTO HIS SHELL LIKE A TORTOISE”: EXPLORING THE CHALLENGING JOURNEY OF STROKE SURVIVAL
PRESENTER: Professor Jacinta Douglas, Summer Foundation Chair of Living Well with Acquired Brain Injury at La Trobe University
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Download the 2017 program here. For more information contact Julie Gibson at julie.gibson@summerfoundation.org.au or phone 03 9894 7006.
Please note a summary and podcast links for the 2016 lectures are available on our past events page.
 
 

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BREAKFAST CLUB LECTURES

The Summer Foundation runs a professional development lecture series on brain injury rehabilitation. Formerly run by the Victorian Brain Injury Recovery Association (VBIRA), these lectures provide information on up-to-date research and clinical practice.
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