Events

The first event of 2017!

BAIL Presents

Short presentations or lectures from guest presenters

Next presentation end of 2017 - details to follow


BAIL Peer Group

A forum for students, clinicians and emerging researchers to network, receive informal peer review, and present research or clinical projects

Next Peer Group Meeting - November the 16th more details coming soon!
Presentations begin at 12:noon sharp. Tea, Coffee and Cake are available from 11.45am.


BAIL Research Workshops

Group based presentations with a focus on research methods and interpreting research
Held Monthly

Next Research Workshop:

Thursday 19th October 2017

12-1pm

Presented by Rachelle Martin

Death of the RCT?
Can single-case experimental research designs effectively evaluate complex health interventions?

    Meeting Room 2.3b Burwood Hospital

    Limited to 20 people - registration essential.

    For further information and to register for this workshop please email Kathy.Duncan@Burwood.org.nz


    Interested in watching the previous presentations?

    Watch the 2017 Presentations

    BAIL Presents:

    Associate Professor Jean Hay-Smith

    University of Otago

    THE CLINICIAN-RESEARCHERS DUAL ROLE
    Click here Presenter Bio
    Click here to access the article
    Click here to access the PDF of the PowerPoint Presentation

    Click here to watch Jean's Presentation


    BAIL Peer Group:

    Ed Chang, Logan Smith, and Gemma Alchin-Grey

    Physiotherapy students, University of Otago, Christchurch.
    Habituation to reduce motion sickness in a virtual environment: a randomised controlled pilot study

    Click here to watch the student's Presentation

    Kathy Dwyer

    Home Action Team/Insight Team – Divisions of Laura Fergusson Trust Canterbury

    Interactions with community health providers following discharge from inpatient rehabilitation: the experience of individuals with spinal cord injury

    Click here for Abstract and Presenter Bio

    Mark Adams

    CDHB/ RTRU

    A cohort study of psychosocial factors in relationship to pain in patients with Spinal Cord Injury(SCI) and Stroke in New Zealand.

    Click here for Abstract and Presenter Bio


    Click here to watch the Presentations


    Research Workshops:

    Generalizability and Representativeness in Quantitive Research – A Big Deal?
    Some personal reflections.

    Presented by Professor Philip Schluter, PhD

    Click here to access the PDF of the PowerPoint Presentation

    Presenting at a Conference Workshop Series

    1. Deciding what to present

    Presented by Dr Jennifer Dunn & Dr Jo Nunnerley

    Click links below to access the article
    How to write a good abstract for a scientific paper or conference presentation
    Writing good Abstracts
    Click here to access the PDF of the PowerPoint Presentation

      2. Poster Presentations

      Presented by Dr Jo Nunnerley & Rachelle Martin

        Click here to access the PDF of the PowerPoint Presentation
        3. Conference Presentations -

        Presented by Dr Jo Nunnerley & Johnny Bourke


        Click here to watch our 2016 presentations