Friday 8 September

8.00am  Registration open
9.00am Mihi and opening address
9.30am Keynote address
#ShitDavidSays about Impact
David Phipps, Queens University, Ontario, Canada
Kindly sponosred by AUT
10.45am Morning tea
Cafe session with David Phipps
11.15am Changing physiotherapy behaviour to optimise outcome: an in-depth examination of a knowledge translation process
Nicola Kayes, Auckland University of Technology
11.45am  Invigorating goal setting: the ripple effects of an iPad app developed for inpatients to view videos about their rehabilitation goals
Duncan Babbage, Auckland University of Technology
12.15pm Cochrane Rehabilitation: From research to practice and practice to research
William Levack, University of Otago
12.45pm Lunch

Implementation

Patient experiences and perspectives

1.45pm Developing and putting into practice a Living Well Toolkit: A pilot study drawing on Normalisation Process Theory
Suzie Mudge, Auckland University of Technology 
Cultivating recovery: Longitudinal qualitative findings from a study of recovery and adaptation after Traumatic Brain Injury 
Joanna Fadyl, Auckland University of Technology
2.05pm "It doesn't go with what I do in my job": when new ways of working challenge professional identity
Christine CumminsAuckland University of Technology
Key considerations for health professionals supporting people experiencing Persistent Postural-Perceptual Dizziness (PPPD) 
Ann Sezier, Auckland University of Technology 
2.25pm What helps or hinders the uptake of new technologies into rehabilitation practice?
Kelly Scott
, Auckland University of Technology
Experiencing trauma recovery: the role of professionals in navigating a "fragmented" rehabilitation landscape
David AnstissAuckland University of Technology 
2.45pm Afternoon tea

Person-centred practice

Design and technology

3.15pm
Patient perspectives on person centred care in neurorehabilitation: Insights from a secondary analysis 
Gareth Terry and Nicola Kayes, Auckland University of Technology
Exploring social meaning in the design of medical devices through exhibiting design artefacts in community environments
Helen Cunningham, Auckland University of Technology 
3.35pm The experience of implementing a person-centred philosophy of practice in the context of a new early discharge and rehabilitation service
Lucas Burt and Anna HarrisAuckland University of Technology
"Feeling Like a Ghost": Insights developed through a co-design process
Guy Collier, Auckland University of Technology 
3.55pm Engagement in stroke rehabilitation: A relational practice
Felicity Bright, Auckland University of Technology
From research laboratory towards clinical practice. Understanding patient perspectives of a novel neuromodulatory intervention
Sharon Olsen, Auckland University of Technology
4.15pm Poster session
5.00pm Welcome reception
Rydges Latimer

Saturday 9 September

8.30am  Registration open
9.00am Keynote address
Implementation research shows knowledge is important, but not enough: lessons from a recent early RTW trial
Michael Nicholas, Royal Northshore Hospital, Sydney
Kindly sponsored by ACC
10.00am Rehabilitation after Joint Replacement in New Zealand: A National Survey
Deborah Snell, University of Otago
10.30am   Morning tea
Cafe session with Michael Nicholas
11.00am The impact of relationships when returning home following spinal injury rehabilitation
Jo Nunnerley, University of Otago
11.30am  "My therapist allowed patients to express themselves": Exploring student perceptions of 'good' communication practices in physiotherapy 
Felicity Bright, Auckland University of Technology
12.00pm Return to normal or social change? The impact of rehabilitation as a social practice
Joanna Fadyl, Auckland University of Technology
12.30pm Lunch
NZRA AGM

Neurorehabilitation

Symptom management 

1.30pm Neurorehabilitation: a disciplined disciplining discipline
Christine Cummins, Auckland University of Technology

A cohort study of psychosocial factors in relationship to pain in patients with SCI and Stroke in New Zealand 
Mark Adams, Canterbury District Health Board
1.50pm Walking for well-being: A Qualitative study exploring the perspectives of stroke survivors towards walking
Caroline Stretton, Auckland University of Technology
Taking Control of TBI Fatigue
Sarah Lillas, University of Otago

2.10pm Triangulating end-users, stakeholders and the evidence: Meaningful rehabilitation through dance!
Hilda Mulligan, University of Otago
Pharmaceuticals – the invisible intervention in rehabilitation
Deborah Jamison, Accident Compensation Corporation
2.30pm Afternoon tea

Improving outcomes for chronic conditions

TBI Whole of Pathways

3.00pm  Perspectives on Self-Management in Osteoarthritis 
Kara Dennison, Auckland University of Technology
TBI Whole of Pathways Collaborative – Acute transitions, Data and Outcomes, Improving family access to information
Christine Howard-Brown, on behalf of Accident Compensation Corporation

3.20pm Treatment options offered to people living with lower-limb osteoarthritis in New Zealand: A cross-sectional survey
Peter Larmer and Katie Bennett, Auckland University of Technology
3.40pm The difference between being looked at and being seen
Galia Barhava-MonteithAuckland University of Technology
Transforming the TBI client journey and outcomes with the Enhanced Key Worker role: Design, benefits and challenges
Claudia Wyss and Kevin Boyle, Healthvision

Measurement and methods

Rehabilitation through the life course

4.00pm
Validity of the Nijmegen Questionnaire
Vickie Li Ogilvie, Middlemore Hospital
Putting context in place: therapeutic landscape experiences of child riders involved in a therapeutic horse riding intervention
Rachelle Martin, University of Otago
4.15pm Intervention Mapping: Why do we do this & how does it help?
Amanda Wilkinson, University of Otago
The 'Normal Child' in Rehabilitation Practices in Aotearoa New Zealand
Kate Waterworth, Auckland University of Technology
4.30pm
An Aging Population in Traumatic Brain Injury Rehabilitation: Outcomes and Resource Implications 
Allison Foster, ABI Rehabilitation
4.45pm Do objective falls risk measures have any correlation with subjective measures or post traumatic amnesia state in older TBI populations? 
Ben Wassell, ABI Rehabilitation
What is older person's rehab?
Jessica Gardiner, ABI Rehabilitation
5.00pm Day close
6.00pm  Conference dinner
The Tannery

Sunday 10 September

8.30am Registration open
9.00am Keynote address
Encouraging knowledge sharing in inter-professional teams: stories, insights and a practical tool
Vicky Ward, University of Leeds, UK
Kindly sponsored by Rehabilitation Teaching and Research Unit, Otago University
10.00am Benchmarking Rehabilitation Outcomes in New Zealand: overall impact and selected service level case studies
Jacquelin Capell, Australasian Rehabilitation Outcomes Centre
10.30am Morning tea
Cafe session with Vicky Ward

Reintegration and social rehabilitation

Data-driven service improvement

11.00am Men's re-placement: community-led social and material (re)engagement at a Men's Shed
David Anstiss, Auckland University of Technology
A new model for Rehabilitation Advice at ACC?
Rachel Miller and Loni Frommer, Accident Compensation Corporation
11.15am Health Care Providers: Return to Work Following Traumatic Brain Injury 
Pat Hopkins, Insight Rehabilitation
Early Rehabilitation for Traumatic Brain Injury in New Zealand
Allison Foster, ABI Rehabilitation
11.30am Community integration after Acquired Brain Injury: A Conceptual Analysis
Nusratnaaz Shaikh,  Auckland University of Technology
Subsequent injuries in the 24-months following an Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC) entitlement claim injury among a general injury cohort
Helen Harcombe, University of Otago
11.45am  Seamless Transition from Inpatient Facility to Community
Pat Hopkins, Insight Rehabilitation
NZ's first national SCI registry; the first year's results
Christine Howard-Brown, on behalf of Accident Compensation Corporation
12.00pm Lunch
12.45pm Keynote panel discussion
1.30pm Prizes and closing address

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