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05 October 2012

Technology has potential to change lives

The role of advanced technologies which can transform lives and support independence will be the focus of an upcoming industry workshop.

23 August 2012

Workers make fewer compensation claims for psychological illnesses

Research by ISCRR's Chief Research Officer, Dr Alex Collie, has found that Australian workers are significantly less likely to claim GP visits for psychological illnesses on workers' compensation than they are for physical work-related injuries.

08 August 2012

Professor Niki Ellis quoted in mX newspaper

Professor Niki Ellis quoted in mX newspaper

22 June 2012

ISCRR Development Grant seminar

ISCRR recently organised a third stakeholder seminar for the year with presentations made by the three researchers whose studies had been funded by a 2011 Development Grant.

12 June 2012

1st Biennial Australian Implementation Conference (AIC)

The Parenting Research Centre and the Australian Research Alliance for Children and Youth have combined forces to organise Australia's first-ever Implementation Conference to be held at the Melbourne Convention Exhibition Centre on 25-26 October, 2012

01 June 2012

Researcher in the spotlight: Dr Rasa Ruseckaite

Meet our Researchers - Finding the Answers that help ISCRR make a difference

24 May 2012

$20 million funding boost for neurotrauma research

Research into the care and rehabilitation of road trauma victims with severe traumatic brain and spinal injuries has received a $20 million boost from the Victorian Government.

23 May 2012

Work-related traumatic brain injury by Dr Angela Colantonio

Dr Angelo Colantonio from Toronto Rehab and the University of Toronto presented a seminar about work-related TBI and factors associated with return to work after TBI.

15 May 2012

Consensus Statement

Review and endorse the Australasian Consensus Statement on the use of research evidence in compensation policy and practice.

09 May 2012

Return to work - world’s best research to improve knowledge

Statistics indicate that return to work rates have not improved in Australia over the past five years. What can workplaces do better to support people return to work and how can we empower workers to have more control in the return to work process. Professor Niki Ellis discusses the focus of research internationally on this issue