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Dec 02

Does Injury Compensation Cause Harm? ISCRR Research Forum

There is now substantial published Australian and international evidence that compensation processes are associated with stress, poor physical and mental health, slow return to work and increased costs of compensation. Recent studies have identified specific aspects of injury compensation policy and practice that may contribute to these outcomes. There are also now attempts to alter policy and practice to improve outcomes
30 November 2015

eNews #20 30 November 2015

With the end of the year rapidly approaching, this eNews reflects on the achievements and challenges of the past year, and looks forward to 2016.

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30 November 2015

Spinal Cord Injury Researchers Deliver New Reports

Two projects completed as part of ISCRR's Neurotrauma Research Strategy have delivered final reports.

27 November 2015

Partner in the Spotlight: Meet Fiona Cromarty

Fiona Cromarty is the TAC Senior Manager, Partnerships, Strategy & Performance

Nov 25

IICSOT If I Could Say One Thing Research Forum November 2015

The IICSOT event series will consist of five short, sharp interactive forums, each featuring presentations from leading academic and industry researchers, and providing attendees with a chance to exchange their own ideas
13 October 2015

ComPARE Delivers First Report

ISCRR's ComPARE research project has officially delivered its introductory report.

13 October 2015

eNews #19: 13 October 2015

In this eNews as well as highlighting our recent research outputs and recent and up and coming events, this eNews profiles some of the researchers and neurtotrauma projects which have been funded during the first half of 2015.   Read more

30 September 2015

Researcher in the Spotlight: Meet Dr Peter Batchelor

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

29 September 2015

Bringing the NDIS home: smarter housing design for people with disability

Researchers Libby Callaway and Kate Tregloan discuss smarter housing design for people with disability in The Conversation, in light of recent NDIS developments and their work evaluating the Residential Independence Pty Ltd (RIPL) project for the TAC.

24 September 2015

Inquiries into migrant worker rights show same old problems – but we already have solutions

ISCRR's CEO, Alex Collie, and our Research Officer, Amanda Sampson, have had an article was published on The Conversation.  It responds to the recent senate inquiry into exploitation and underpayment of foreign workers at 7-Eleven - and ties in with ISCRR's research into vulnerable workers.