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01 August 2016

Minister Scott opens Australasian Compensation Health Research Forum

The 5th Australasian Compensation Health Research Forum was opened this morning my Mr Robin Scott MP, Minister for Finance and Minister for Multicultural Affairs.

10 July 2016

Research communicator needed 

Do you have a flair for understanding and interpreting complex information?

Interested in a real opportunity to turn research into practice?

ISCRR is looking for a new Senior Research Communicator, with applications closing on 14 July 2016.

06 July 2016

ACHRF program released

The #ACHRF program has been announced, with day 1 dedicated to three streams under the subtheme ‘Individual Level Complexity’ and day 2 concentrating on ‘System Level Complexity’.

27 June 2016

Research officers for our Geelong office

Interested in improving the lives of people with transport accident injury or work-related injury and disease?

Passionate about using high quality research evidence to influence policy and practice in health?

ISCRR is seeking two research officers for our Geelong office, with applications closing on 12 July 2016.

26 June 2016

ACHRF early bird bookings close this week

Early bird registration discounts for the #ACHRF are available until this Thursday (30 June)—don't miss out!

09 June 2016

Love data? We may have the job for you!

Research Fellows

ISCRR is advertising two exciting new research positions (one based in Geelong, one based in Melbourne), with applications closing on 22 June 2016.

Jun 15

Brain Injury Research Seminars

Two seminars are being held on 15 June 2015 at Caulfield Acquired Brain Injury Rehabilitation Centre unit to discuss innovative models of care in rehabilitation.
04 May 2016

Whirlwind northern hemisphere trip

Professor Alex Collie
4 May 2016

During March I made a whirlwind trip to the northern hemisphere to attend the World Brain Injury Congress and visit the Liberty Mutual Research Institute for Safety. Both of these have significant ties to the Institute for Safety, Compensation and Recovery Research (ISCRR) and represented an opportunity  to  share knowledge and bring home ideas to benefit our partners. The trip reaffirmed the need to collaborate and work together to achieve the best results for the community.