2017/2018 Spinal Network travel grant winners

The Spinal Network travel grants aim to help emerging researchers, clinicians, postgraduate students, people with a spinal cord injury and people working in the spinal cord injury community attend conferences to increase communication and collaboration within the field.

These travel grants are in memory of Rosalind Nicholson who was just 17 when she sustained a spinal cord injury in a horse riding accident. She refused to be overwhelmed by her injury and became an active member of the local community.  

The 2017/2018 Spinal Network travel grant winners were:


     John Bourke, PhD Candidate, University of Otago, University of Canterbury, New Zealand

     Involving people with spinal cord injury in research: Transforming ideas into action. 

     Spinal Network Thought Leadership Forum 2017 

     Date: 14 November 2017

     Location: Brisbane, Australia

     Download conference report

 


     Leanne Rees, Physiotherapist, Victorian Spinal Cord Service, Australia

     Panellist at the:

     Spinal Network Thought Leadership Forum 2017 

     Date: 14 November 2017

     Location: Brisbane, Australia



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