Faye Forbes At ISCRR, we like to show our appreciation for the wonderful work of our passionate and talented staff members. This month we are showcasing our newest member of the team, Dr Faye Forbes, ISCRR Research Officer. Faye is...
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ISCRR turns 14! ISCRR celebrated its 14th birthday on the 1st of April. We took some time to reflect upon both the quantity and quality of research that ISCRR has produced over the past 14 years. Over this time ISCRR...
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On October 25th, Olivia Crivari presented her ambitious Honours research, examining vicarious trauma in the teaching profession during the COVID-19 pandemic. The final Learning Series webinar for the year was held on December 15th. Outgoing ISCRR Director, Samantha Barker presented...
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Register here for the next ISCRR Learning Series webinar to be held on Tuesday 25th October, 11am AEDT. Olivia Crivari will discuss her research findings examining Vicarious Trauma (VT) burden in teachers.

On August 30th 2022, Dr Jimmy Twin (Research Translation and Communications Manager, ISCRR), shared ISCRR’s learnings and process for the developing research impact stories, which are publicly available short summaries of identified impacts and future potential impacts. A recording of...
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On June 30 2022, ISCRR director Samantha Barker presented an overview of Improving outcomes for long-term injured workers. Sam presented key finding from the past 13 years about long-term injured worker experiences and how they can be better supported. Our...
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By Dr Petra Bywood, ISCRR Senior Research Officer (retired). Decisions! Decisions! We make them multiple times a day, every day, and in many different situations – at work, at home, and in public or social settings. What shall I wear...
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By Blaire Dobiecki, ISCRR Research Communications Officer. At ISCRR we pride ourselves that staff satisfaction has remained at a high level, despite all the challenges of the past two years. This is due to strong leadership and a supportive team...
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By Dr Jimmy Twin, ISCRR Research Communications and Translation Manager. Why is research impact important? No matter the discipline, research is carried out to achieve some form of positive impact. This impact varies according to why the research is needed...
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