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2018

Adelaide - Conference

Thanks you so much to all the student volunteers for their hard work before and during the conference. Thanks to Harriet Clayton (VIC), Tia Hardie, Zoe Lee, Demi Martin and Nayantara Nambiar (SA) for all their assistance and enthusiasm during the conference. Also to Anne for attending the ASSBI stand

A successful student networking event was held at the Hilton Bar & Grill on the second night of the conference. Students enjoyed drinks and canapés (lots of it too!), as well as the opportunity to network with students from other states, cities and disciplines.

The topic for this year’s informal and interactive student lunchtime workshop was: general considerations for working with culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) patients with brain impairments. Thank you so much to our esteemed speakers Professor Jacinta Douglas and Professor Jennie Ponsford for taking their time to speak with the student and non-student participants about assessments and factors influencing outcomes for CALD patients with brain impairments. The session involved talks and discussions from both clinical and research perspectives, which were beneficial to a range of disciplines. Thank you so much also our participants for engaging in and contributing to the stimulating and interesting discussion during the workshop.


Student upcoming events

The student teams have been working hard organising student events around Australia and New Zealand. Some teams have upcoming events in May and semester one. Keep an eye-out for upcoming events hosted by ASSBI student teams in your region via ASSBI social media pages!

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t: 0425 220622

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NSW 2031
Australia

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ASSBI is a multidisciplinary society dedicated to improving the quality of life of people with brain impairment and their families. 

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