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 43RD Annual Brain Impairment Conference - 2020


Welcome,

On behalf of the organising committee of the 2020 ASSBI conference, you are warmly invited to Perth to participate in an exciting program of international and national speakers who will reflect on the ways we connect and collaborate together in rehabilitation as individuals, communities, systems and services.

Four workshops and a broad range of papers will be presented from renowned international and national speakers as well as free papers, “how-to” sessions, datablitz presentations and posters.  We have secured Mathilde Chevignard, MD, PhD from Hopitaux de Sain Maurice, France to present both a workshop and keynote address.

Perth, the city of festivals, food, wine, stunning coastline and gateway to beautiful destinations such as Margaret River wine country, towering Karri forests and Rottnest Island.

The committee look forward to seeing you in Perth in 2020 so mark it in your diaries now


Michelle Kelly and Janet Wagland - Co-Convenors

 

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Invited Speakers

Professor Mathilde Chevignard - France

Mathilde will give a half-day workshop and a keynote address






Professor Robyn Tate - Sydney, Australia

Robyn will be giving the Presidential Address at this conference

Robyn is Research Professor within the John Walsh Centre for Rehabilitation Research, Kolling Institute of Medical Research at The University of Sydney.  She was founding co-editor of Brain Impairment (1999-2014), the official journal of the ASSBI, and has been an Executive Editor of Neuropsychological Rehabilitation since 2010.  Robyn led an international team in developing the Single-Case reporting guideline In BEhavioural interventions (SCRIBE) and was a steering committee member for a similar project: the CONSORT Extension for N-of-1 Trials (CENT).  She was also on the WHO ICF steering committee to develop ICF Core Sets for traumatic brain injury.  Robyn leads the Brain Injury stream in the John Walsh Centre.  Her research agenda builds upon her clinical experience over many years in the rehabilitation of traumatic brain injury.  Current research interests include instrument development, evidence-based clinical practice, and the methodology of single-case designs.   

ASSBI Conferences - PREVIOUS

OUR PREVIOUS CONFERENCE - 2019 ...

42ND ANNUAL BRAIN IMPAIRMENT CONFERENCE -2019

In 2019 our conference was held with the NZRA as the Inaugural Trans-Tasman Conference

Conference Program and Conference Report will be up shortly

Thanks go to our wonderful conference partners



OUR PREVIOUS CONFERENCE - 2018 ...

 41st Annual Brain Impairment Conference - 2018


41st ASSBI Annual Brain Impairment Conference – Adelaide SA 2018 convened by Ms Liz Williams

Connecting and Collaborating in Rehabilitation

 CLICK ON THE LINKS BELOW FOR THE 2018 PROGRAMME AND CONFERENCE REPORT

2018 Conference Programme
2018 Conference Report 


ASSBI would like to thank the following partners for their support of the conference:


Proudly supported by our conference partners


OUR PREVIOUS CONFERENCE - 2017 ...

 40th Annual Brain Impairment Conference - 2017


40th ASSBI Annual Brain Impairment Conference – Melbourne 2017 convened by Dr Dana Wong

Looking back to look ahead: 40 years of science, practice and education in brain impairment

 CLICK ON THE LINKS BELOW FOR THE 2017 PROGRAMME AND CONFERENCE REPORT

2017 Conference Programme 

2017 Conference Report 

ASSBI would like to thank the following partners for their support of the conference:


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