The events at the Australasian Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine (AFRM) 14th Annual Scientific Meeting were designed to showcase work being done in telerehabilitation across Australia and internationally, particularly in rural and remote areas.
Recordings of the keynote and workshop presentations are available below along with useful links and downloads.
View the links below to watch the presentations given during the plenary session Tele-Rehabilitation: Off the Beaten Path. You can access more information on the topics through the links under each presentation.
Telehealth Services and Technologies for the Rehabilitation and Management of the Chronically Ill at Home Prof. Branko Celler
Physical Rehabilitation from the Comfort of Your Home: Telerehabilitation Technologies and Research
Prof. Trevor Russell
The Great Divide Between e-Health and Health: Using e-Health Literacy to Create Fit-For-Purpose Solutions
Prof. Richard Osborne
Below are some general resources related to the presentations that you might find useful:
- Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare
- Australasian Telehealth Society
- International Society for Telemedicine & eHealth
View the links below to watch the presentations given during the Off the Wire...National Model of Telerehabilitation in Practice workshop. You can access more information on the topics through the links under each presentation.
Telerehabilitation Conceptualisation to Practice: Outpatient Clinics for Rural Stroke Review and Driving Assessment, Dr. Zoe Adey-Wakeling and Ms. Deb Bourchier
Tele-Rehabilitation Post Hospitalisation: More Than a Videoconference,
Ms. Claire Morris
Telehealth in Brain Injury, Prof. Leanne Togher
This presentation was not recorded. The highly informative slides are available for download along with a video demonstrating a rehabilitation game outlined in the presentation.
Tele-Rehabilitation: A Well-Balanced Approach, Prof. Patrice L. (Tamar) Weiss
Can I gain RACP CPD points by using these resources?
Yes, these resources are web-based learning, Category 6 (at one credit per hour).
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