MONARC Seminar Series
Seminars are held from 12:30pm – 1:30pm (unless otherwise specified).
A light lunch is provided from 12:15pm.
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** NOTE: In light of the evolving impacts of COVID-19, our March and April seminars have been cancelled. Please check back for any further changes to the schedule. **
SEMINAR CANCELLED RE COVID-19
Building competent health professionals: group supervision for graduates
Dr Elissa O’Connell – Discipline Senior, Rehabilitation and Aged Care Services Neuropsychology; Psychology Graduate and Registrar Program Coordinator
Occupational Therapy research on sleep in older people
Dr Aislinn Lalor – Monash Department of Clinical Epidemiology, Cabrini Institute
Is the use of an Occupational Therapy Allied Health Assistant for a Home Information Screen effective in informing treatment and facilitating discharge planning? A pilot study Feb–June 2019.
Julie Dziura – Occupational Therapist, Kingston Rehabilitation and Aged Care Services
The experience of transition home from inpatient rehabilitation of people who have had a stroke: A qualitative study.
Melanie Beynon – Occupational Therapist, Kingston Rehabilitation and Aged Care Services
Footwear and falls – why older ladies put sensible shoes in the cupboard and not on their feet. (Podiatry PhD Thesis)
Dr Annette Davis – Manager, Monash Health Workforce Innovation, Strategy, Education and Research Unit (WISER)
Dr Bernice Redley RN PhD – Associate Professor, Centre for Quality and Patient Safety Research–Monash Health Partnership; School of Nursing and Midwifery, Deakin University
Clinical A/Prof Dina LoGiudice – Consultant Physician in Geriatric Medicine, Melbourne Health and University of Melbourne
Dr Corey Joseph – Biomechanist, Clinical Gait Analysis Service and Senior Evidence Analyst, Centre for Clinical Effectiveness, Monash Health
Associate Professor Clare Anderson – School of Psychological Sciences, Monash University and the Turner Institute for Brain and Mental Health
Dr Kate Gregorevic, FRACP – Department of Aged Care, Royal Melbourne Hospital
Social Work innovation in designing interagency models of care: A Victorian first model of interagency care to reduce length of stay for hospital-based inpatients who require an independent guardian
Jacinta Re – Head of Social Work, Monash Health
Lina Wang – Community Rehab Dietitian
Melissa Williams – Senior Clinician, Dietitian
Chair: Dr Abby Foster – Manager and Research & Clinical Lead, Speech Pathology
Dana Sfetcopoulos & Jeremy Austin (Pharmacy): HOME – Putting the ME back into medication adherence at HOME – A novel approach
Peta Prindiville & Peter New (Psychology & Rehab Medicine): Effectiveness of short-term psychological intervention for patients with mood changes after stroke
Ricci Presser (Speech Pathology, Community Rehabilitation): Exploring the feasibility of tele-rehabilitation to increase the intensity of speech pathology intervention for home-based clients
Brianna Walpole (OT, Cognition Clinical Lead): Travel to the 9th Annual Meeting of the American Delirium Society Conference
Abby Foster: Update from the Allied Health Research Committee
Rosa Gualano: Overview and Update from the Lions John Cockayne Trust Committee