SPAHC Research Festival 2021
Strategic Partnerships in Allied Health with Consumers and Communities: Between & Beyond
Co-hosted by the Department of Occupational Therapy and Rehabilitation, Ageing and Independent Living (RAIL) Research Centre
On Thursday 25th November the School of Primary and Allied Health Care held their annual research festival via Zoom.
The festival activities included:
- Departmental and Centre research showcase
- Early Career Researcher (ECR) and Higher Degree Research (HDR) student poster presentations
- Interactive workshop sessions
- Poster awards
- Keynote speaker
The event was a great success due to the involvement and engagement of staff and students from across all areas of the School.
A detailed program can be downloaded here.
Recordings of the event can be viewed here:
2021 SPAHC Poster Presentations
Early Career Researchers (ECR) and Higher Degree Research (HDR) students participated in the School Poster Presentation competition.
The 2021 Poster Presentation winners were:
Higher Degree Research student – Joint award winners
Yulisna Sari (RAIL) - Current physiotherapy practice on delivery treatments for older people with dementia in Indonesia: A cross-sectional study
Jack Donne (SPAHC) - Two-point discrimination responses in children with idiopathic toe walking; a feasibility fMRI study
Early Career Researcher –
Ben Meadley (Paramedicine) - The physiological demands of helicopter winch rescue in water and over land
Baraa Alsulaimani (Physiotherapy, HDR student)
Linda Barclay (Occupational Therapy, ECR)
Jack Donne (SPAHC, HDR student)
Brian Haskins (Paramedicine, ECR and HDR student)
Cardiac arrests in general practice clinics or witnessed by emergency medical services: a 20-year retrospective studyLong-term functional and quality-of-life outcomes of OHCA survivors stratified by shock provider
Ben Meadley (Paramedicine, ECR)
Alexander Olaussen (Paramedicine, ECR and HDR student)
Yulisna Sari (RAIL, HDR student)
Eloise Thomas (Paramedicine, Master of Specialist Paramedic Practice student)
Can online Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and Automatic External Defibrillation (AED) training improve participant knowledge and willingness to intervene in an Out of Hospital Cardiac Arrest (OHCA)?
Patrick Vallance (Physiotherapy, HDR student)