Spinal Network Publications

SPINAL NETWORK PUBLICATIONS

Stem cell interventions for spinal cord injury 2017
Stem cell research is in its relatively early stages. While laboratory and animal research to date holds great promise for treating a range of illnesses in the future, there are currently no stem cell therapies that are recommended for people with spinal cord injuries.
Communicate, Collaborate, Connect ... Oct 2016
Information about the Spinal Network.
Connections 2014 Handbook
A handbook from the Connections 2014 conference hosted by the Spinal Cord Injury Network in October 2014.
Connections 2012 Handbook
A handbook from the Connections 2012 conference hosted by the Spinal Cord Injury Network in August 2012.
Research Showcase
The NSW Wales Spinal Cord Injury and Related Neurological Conditions Research Showcase 2004-2011 brochure contains competitive research funded by the NSW Government Spinal Cord Injury and Neurological Conditions Fund. 
Scoping study to enhance spinal cord injury data connectivity within Australia and internationally Phase One Report
The Department of Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine at Monash University engaged by the Spinal Cord Injury Network (SCIN), the Australian Spinal Cord Injury Register (ASCIR) board and the National Injury Surveillance Unit (NISU) undertook a scoping study to enhance spinal cord injury data connectivity within Australia and Internationally from 2008 until 2010.
Scoping study to enhance spinal cord injury data connectivity within Australia and internationally Phase Two Report
The Department of Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine at Monash University engaged by the Spinal Cord Injury Network (SCIN), the Australian Spinal Cord Injury Register (ASCIR) board and the National Injury Surveillance Unit (NISU) undertook a scoping study to enhance spinal cord injury data connectivity within Australia and Internationally from 2008 until 2010.

Exercise Brochure
Why exercise is important, plus what recreational activities and exercise programs are available in Australia.

 

 

ANNUAL REPORTS

Annual Report 2015/16
The Spinal Network's focus has been on connecting and facilitating the work of scientific researchers, clinicians and others on achieving outcomes that deliver the maximum benefit for people living with a spinal cord injury.
Annual Report 2014/15
The Spinal Cord Injury Network welcomed a new CEO, awarded travel grants, hosted Connections 2014, co-hosted workshops, hosted a NSW Research Showcase, and much more. 
Annual Report 2013/14
The Spinal Cord Injury Network awarded travel grants, sponsored conferences, co-hosted workshops, and much more. 
Annual Report 2012/13
The Spinal Cord Injury Network launched a $320,000 capacity grant, awarded travel grants, sponsored conferences, co-hosted workshops, and went on a 1000km cycle fundraiser across the Himalaya with CatWalk. 
Annual Report 2011/12
The Spinal Cord Injury Network joined forces with CatWalk, welcomed a new ambassador, partnered with key researchers, hosted and supported various symposia and conferences, such as Connections 2012.
Annual Report 2010/11
A suite of programs that brings together researchers, clinicians, people with spinal cord injury and other key stakeholders is underway.
Annual Report 2009/10
The Spinal Cord Injury Network continued to build bridges and extend its reach in 2009/10.
Annual Report 2008/09
The journey to bring people in Australia and New Zealand together around spinal cord injury has begun.