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“NeuroMoves: The importance of evidence-based exercise after Stroke” Topical Thursday Online Group
July 21 @ 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm AEST
Online Guest Speakers – Jessica Hansson & Hannah Maslen from NeuroMoves, by Spinal Cord Injury Australia.
Our next Topical Thursday online group is with Jessica Hansson & Hannah Maslen from NeuroMoves by Spinal Cord Injury Australia. They will be presenting the topic “NeuroMoves: The importance of evidence-based exercise after Stroke”.
About the guest speakers:
- Jessica is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist and has worked for NeuroMoves for the last 10 years. Prior to this, she worked at the Royal Talbot Rehabilitation Hospital as a research assistant and with kids with disability. She is a lecturer at Australian Catholic University in Melbourne in the Masters of Exercise Physiology program and has previously co-authored ESSA Outcome Measures for Exercise Physiologists and Feasibility of Ballistic Strengthening Exercises in Neurologic Rehabilitation.
- Hannah has worked with NeuroMoves for the past 5 years as a Physiotherapist. Including roles as the Adelaide Team leader and student coordinator, currently working as the professional standards coordinator. She previously worked in inpatient neurorehabilitation, including subacute public hospitals and rehabilitation centres. Hannah worked as a Research Assistant on Stroke exercise rehabilitation studies for Flinders University, South Australia.
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