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Free Book : “The Art of Healthy Living with Physical Impairments”

The English translation of the Spinalis book “The Art of Healthy Living with Physical Impairments” is available for download for free!
The translation was made possible by our own Anne Sinnott Jerram from BAIL and is a superb publication.

Thanks to our friends at Spinalis for making this available.

Click here for your FREE Book “The Art of Healthy Living with Physical Impairments”

New BAIL Research Fellow joins the team.

It is with great pleasure we introduce Tracey Croot who is newly appointed as a BAIL Research Fellow, joining our current fellows, Jason Nicholls, Johnny Bourke and Carolyn Beaver.

Tracey is conducting a Masters of Health Sciences project through the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery and Musculoskeletal Medicine, University of Otago Christchurch.
“The implementation of a spinal cord impairment registry into clinical practice in the Burwood Spinal Unit, New Zealand.”

BAIL's TALES : APRIL

Kia ora and welcome to another BAIL's Tales

Spotlight on the Research Peer Group

BAIL's TALES : MARCH

BAIL IS 10 YEARS OLD!!!

BAIL's TALES : FEBRUARY

Happy New Year from the team at BAIL

As the Burwood Campus continues to evolve and develop around us we are reminded that good things take time. As at the time of writing the BAIL office is still temporarily located in the Marshland Room next to Travis Café after the Allan Bean Centre was closed mid-2014. The space is working out well for us and we are enjoying working in closer quarters with our NZ Spinal Trust colleagues.

BAIL's TALES : DECEMBER

Kia Ora from the team at BAIL

Where did 2014 go to? It never fails to amaze us how life seems to gain pace in the last quarter of every year especially here at the Burwood Hospital Campus.

This year we have again seen a consistently good turn out to our regular BAIL Research Peer Group meetings held on campus. These meetings provide new and more seasoned researchers opportunities to present in a supportive environment, whether the goal is to tease out a new study protocol, practise for an up and coming conference or to disseminate research findings.

BAIL'S TALES : NOVEMBER

Kia Ora from the team at BAIL

We are now well settled into The Marshland Room and have a sense of being back to business as usual again. It has been a busy time for some of our team attending important events across the globe and we are keen to tell you about them in this months’ BAIL’s Tales.

BAIL's TALES : OCTOBER

Kia Ora from the team at BAIL

What a month we have had at BAIL. With our NZ Spinal Trust colleagues and some volunteers from Dynamic Controls, eight of us packed up and emptied out our beloved Allan Bean Centre in 15 hours.

BAILS TALES : SEPTEMBER

Kia Ora from the team at BAIL

It has been quite a month since you last read about us.
Donald Rumsfeld famously said “…there are things we know we know. We also know there are known unknowns; that is to say we know there are some things we do not know. But there are also unknown unknowns” The BAIL team this last month have faced a lot unknowns and much uncertainty and it was a case of holding our breath there for a bit. Gladly we can tell you that all is now known.

Ready To Roll Survey:

THE SURVEY IS NOW CLOSED AND RESULTS ARE CURRENTLY BEING ANALYSED. IF YOU WERE ONE OF THE MANY WHO PARTICIPATED IN THE SURVEY WE THANK YOU FOR YOUR CONTRIBUTION

Wheelchair users readiness for emergencies and opinions of a proposed Disabled Persons Emergency Response Register.

The Ready to Roll Study is being undertaken by BAIL and the University of Otago.

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