Connections 2014 - October 2014

More than 200 people attended Connections 2014 on the 13th of October at Royal Randwick Racecourse in Sydney. The Spinal Cord Injury Network would like to thank our speakers and all who attended or supported Connections 2014. Sincere thanks also go to the NSW Government Office for Health and the Lifetime Care and Support Authority for their support.

Conference presentations can be viewed below.

  1. Amy Nevin: What does it mean to eat well after spinal cord injury?
  2. Dr David Berlowitz: Are we there yet? Progress of the five year, multi-national study, which aims to improve sleep and breathing
    in acute tetraplegia
  3. Dr Ralph Stanford: Can a sodium channel blocker save the spinal cord?
  4. Professor Ashley Craig: The art of being resilient: How can I thrive following spinal cord injury?
  5. Professor John Furness: The potential of colokinetics to assist in bowel management in people with spinal cord injury

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