https://www.burwood.org.nz/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/Copy-of-Peer-Group-Rachelle-July-2021.png 788 940 Anna Chirnside https://www.burwood.org.nz/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/New-Landscape-Logo-1000-x-350-mm.png Anna Chirnside2021-08-05 13:13:542022-01-18 16:04:40Peer Group 15 July 2021: Rachelle Martin
Peer Group 15 July 2021: Rachelle Martin
Dr Rachelle Martin is one of nine recipients of this year’s Emerging Researcher First Grant offered by the Health Research Council (HRC). Rachelle presented an overview how this research, partnering with tāngata whaikaha Māori and non-Māori, aims to co-produce policy advice around kāinga (housing and home) while also developing co-production methods and tools that can be used in other policy planning spaces impacting on disabled people.
https://www.burwood.org.nz/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/Copy-of-Peer-Group-Catherine-July-2021.png 788 940 Anna Chirnside https://www.burwood.org.nz/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/New-Landscape-Logo-1000-x-350-mm.png Anna Chirnside2021-08-05 13:00:582021-11-03 21:43:54Peer Group 15 July 2021: Catherine Vingerhoets
Peer Group 15 July 2021: Catherine Vingerhoets
This presentation shares insights from Catherine’s most recent research exploring how health professionals come to know their patients and what is important to them during inpatient neurological rehabilitation. The focus is on what clinicians understood about the terms patient values, preferences, and circumstances, as well as the strategies and approaches used in current practice to elicit and share this information within interprofessional teams. Clinical implications within the New Zealand context will be shared.
https://www.burwood.org.nz/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/Copy-of-Copy-of-Peer-Group-17-June-2021.png 788 940 Anna Chirnside https://www.burwood.org.nz/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/New-Landscape-Logo-1000-x-350-mm.png Anna Chirnside2021-06-21 12:09:522021-06-21 12:09:52Peer Group 17 June 2021: Fi Graham
Peer Group 17 June 2021: Fi Graham
This presentation walks through our journey so far on a randomised controlled trial funded by the Health Research Council, examining the effectiveness of OPC when its implemented in the current service delivery context. The focus is on the ‘lived experience’ as a researcher of undertaking complex intervention research in the complex system that is the NZ rehabilitation environment. Strategy, lessons learnt and the opportunity to eat cake were emphasised.