Engagement, Health and Rehabilitation

Leaders:

Felicity Bright

Phone: 09 921 9999 ext, 7097

Email: felicity.bright@aut.ac.nz


Suzie Mudge

Phone: +64 9 921 9999 ext 7096

Email: suzie.mudge@aut.ac.nz



Purpose:

Engagement, Health and Rehabilitation

Aims:

  1. To explore factors influencing health and engagement in rehabilitation
  2. To develop novel approaches to augment rehabilitation outcomes drawing on theory and evidence
  3. To facilitate the translation of evidence into real world rehabilitation practice
  4. To inform policy and practice

Associated Publications:

2017

Conferences

Bright, F., Brand, K., & Kayes, N. (2017, 8-10 September). Clinical documentation as a construction site. Poster presentation at New Zealand Rehabilitation Association conference. Christchurch, New Zealand

Kayes, N., Galvin, K., & Bright, F. (2017, 28 October). Relational practice: A valid and legitimate form of rehabilitation work. Oral symposium at American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine. Atlanta, Georgia. Scott,K.,  N Kayes, N Signal, D Taylor. Integrating New Technology Into Rehabilitation Practice. MedTech and BRNZ joint symposium April 2017 Auckland

Bright, F. Kayes, N., McPherson, K. & Worrall, L. (2017, 8 September). Engagement in stroke rehabilitation: A relational practice. Oral presentation at New Zealand Rehabilitation Association conference. Christchurch, New Zealand.

Ann Sezier - NZRA (New Zealand Rehabilitation Association) conference, 8-10 September 2017. Christchurch  Title: Key considerations for health professionals supporting people experiencing Persistent Postural-Perceptual Dizziness (PPPD)

Ann Sezier - ASSBI (Australasian Society for the study of Brain Impairment) 2017, Melbourne Australia. Title: Key considerations for health professionals supporting people experiencing Persistent Postural-Perceptual Dizziness (PPPD) June 1-3, 2017.

Kayes, N. and Terry, G. (2017). Patient perspectives on person-centred care in neurorehabilitation: Insights from a secondary analysis. New Zealand Rehabilitation Conference. September 8-10, Christchurch, NZ.

Fadyl, J., Theadom, A., Channon, A., & McPherson, K. (2017). Cultivating recovery: Longitudinal qualitative findings from a study of recovery and adaptation after Traumatic Brain Injury. Oral presentation at NZRA Conference 2017: Making an impact. Christchurch, New Zealand.

Bright, F., Cummins, C., Waterworth, K., Larmer, P. & Gibson, B. (2017, 9 September). ‘My therapist allowed her to express herself’: Exploring student perspectives of good communication practices in physiotherapy. Plenary presentation at New Zealand Rehabilitation Association conference. Christchurch, New Zealand.

Anstiss, D., Terry, G., Czuba, K., Kayes, N., & Siegert, R. (2017). Experiencing trauma recovery: the role of professionals in navigating a “fragmented” rehabilitation landscape. New Zealand Rehabilitation Conference. September 8-10, Christchurch, NZ.

2016

2015