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From Research to Practice

The Promises of Neuroscience for the 21st Century

A seminar for all people involved in the Physical and Neurological Sector.

Date: 

Wednesday May 24, 2006

Time: 

9:00am - 4:30pm

Venue: 

Alchemy Room, Adelaide Entertainment Centre

 

(Download venue plan for Alchemy Room)

Cost: 

$25

Speakers

Our seminar begins with three speakers from the South Australian Neuroscience Institute. They will discuss the latest cutting edge research.

Our second group of speakers will be from the clinical sector, and will provide examples of best practice in applying current research.

Speakers for the afternoon sessions will come from community based practioners with the theme of “What Works in Practice?” with examples of innovative practices that have proven to be effective.

Who should attend?

All people involved in providing services to people who have physical and/or neurological conditions and students training in this area.

People with these conditions, with an interest in gaining more in depth information, would also benefit.

 


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