What's Going On at ASSBI and around the world
This is where you'll find out what's going on at ASSBI, all the news on Brain Impairment and opportunities in other countries across the world.
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Words from your President
It is with great pleasure that I write my first Words from the President for the ASSBI newsletter. Before telling you about myself and what makes me tick, I would like to take this opportunity to thank Robyn Tate for her outstanding presidency during the past two years, steering ASSBI through turbulent waters in the past 18 months deftly and with great poise. One recognises a leader not by what they say but by how they react to the uncertainty and the unexpected; And Robyn has been, undoubtedly, a great ASSBI president and I hope to be able to follow her steps. My aim is to continue increasing ASSBI’s visibility in the Australasian landscape as a strong voice for brain injury, regardless of aetiology, and as a platform to promote excellence in applied research and interventions in the field.
See news blog below or download the Newsletter to read the full story from Prof Olivier Piguet
Executive Officer's Report
The Early Bird for attending the 6th Pacific Rim Conference Face to Face (F2F) has now closed but registration is available until 23rd June.
Livestream and On Demand has no early bird and registration will stay open until 27th June.
If you have registered to attend Livestream and wish to change to F2F email Margaret who will change it for you and charge the card you registered with for the difference in price (at the early bird rate)
ALL WORKSHOPS are available to be purchased when you register you can watch each one live or streamed or on demand
Matt is setting up a new option in the Store which will be available shortly. You will get the link to download a pdf as soon as you pay – COMING SOON
Cheers, Margaret Eagers, EO