Events

BAIL Presents

Short presentations or lectures from guest presenters

Next presentation: 2018 - details to follow.


BAIL Peer Group

A forum for students, clinicians and emerging researchers to network, receive informal peer review, and present research or clinical projects

Next Peer Group Meeting:

There are no more Peer groups for 2017. Thank you to everyone who presented or attended in 2017.

2018 programme coming soon

12-1pm (presentations begin at 12:noon sharp)
Tea, coffee and cake are available from 11.45am

rther information please email Kathy.Duncan@Burwood.org.nz


BAIL Research Workshops

Group based presentations with a focus on research methods and interpreting research
Held Monthly

Next Research Workshop: 2018, more details coming soon!


Interested in watching the previous presentations?

Watch the 2017 Presentations

BAIL Presents:

Associate Professor Jean Hay-Smith

University of Otago

THE CLINICIAN-RESEARCHERS DUAL ROLE
Click here Presenter Bio
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Click here to access the PDF of the PowerPoint Presentation

Click here to watch Jean's Presentation


BAIL Peer Group:

Ally Calder, BHSc (Physiotherapy)

Professional Practice Fellow School of Physiotherapy Christchurch

Experiences of persons with spinal cord injury undertaking a physical activity programme as part of the SCIPA 'Full-On' randomised controlled trail

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Ed Chang, Logan Smith, and Gemma Alchin-Grey

Physiotherapy students, University of Otago, Christchurch.

Habituation to reduce motion sickness in a virtual environment: a randomised controlled pilot study


Click here to watch the student's Presentation

Kathy Dwyer

Home Action Team/Insight Team – Divisions of Laura Fergusson Trust Canterbury

Interactions with community health providers following discharge from inpatient rehabilitation: the experience of individuals with spinal cord injury

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Mark Adams

CDHB/ RTRU

A cohort study of psychosocial factors in relationship to pain in patients with Spinal Cord Injury(SCI) and Stroke in New Zealand.

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Click here to watch the Presentations


Research Workshops:

Death of the RCT? Can single-case experimental research designs effectively evaluate complex health interventions?

Presented by Rachelle Martin

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Generalizability and Representativeness in Quantitive Research – A Big Deal?
Some personal reflections.

Presented by Professor Philip Schluter, PhD

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Presenting at a Conference Workshop Series

1. Deciding what to present

Presented by Dr Jennifer Dunn & Dr Jo Nunnerley

Click links below to access the article
How to write a good abstract for a scientific paper or conference presentation
Writing good Abstracts
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    2. Poster Presentations

    Presented by Dr Jo Nunnerley & Rachelle Martin

      Click here to access the PDF of the PowerPoint Presentation
      3. Conference Presentations -

      Presented by Dr Jo Nunnerley & Johnny Bourke


      Click here to watch our 2016 presentations