Upcoming Events

In supporting and cultivating a culture of learning, Chiropractic Australia offers a broad range of evidence-based CPD and networking opportunities for our chiropractic community.

Upcoming Events

In supporting and cultivating a culture of learning, Chiropractic Australia offers a broad range of evidence-based CPD and networking opportunities for our chiropractic community.

Events

Researchers' Day 2022


Event Program


08:30 AM

- 09:00 AM

Registration



09:00 AM

- 09:10 AM

Welcome



09:10 AM

- 09:40 AM

Keynote presentation

Mr David T. McNaughton



09:40 AM

- 10:10 AM

Keynote presentation

Dr Stephanie Mathieson



10:10 AM

- 10:40 AM

Research in Extraordinary Times

This presentation will consider the widespread disruption underway in research and health workplaces, and the impact for researchers working within. For many, the disruption of the last few years has caused people to re-evaluate their professional and personal priorities. The workplace pressures for researchers are significant with many human trade-offs occurring in order to meet the required research productivity. Diversity, inclusion and culture are important drivers of productivity, and innovation, but are often viewed as a compliance exercise rather than fundamental to research excellence. Jane will explore why we should care about diversity, inclusion and culture, beyond compliance. She will share insights from cultural reviews of other workplace sectors, to suggest simple actions chiropractic researchers might take to help them excel during these extraordinary times.

Dr Jane Latimer



10:40 AM

- 10:45 AM

Morning wrap up



10:45 AM

- 11:15 AM

Morning Tea



11:15 AM

- 12:45 PM

Group Workshops



12:45 PM

- 01:45 PM

Lunch and Networking



01:45 PM

- 02:45 PM

Podium Presentations



02:45 PM

- 03:15 PM

Poster Session and Afternoon Tea



03:15 PM

- 04:15 PM

Podium Presentations



04:15 PM

- 04:45 PM

Acknowledgements / Awards / Closing Remarks



  Friday, 5 August 2022
  09:00 am - 05:00 pm
  SMC Conference & Function Centre

CPD 5 hoursThis is a guide only. For qualifiers, please contact AHPRA

Our Presenters


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David investigates the link between the mind and body, with a specific interest in the role of thoughts and feelings in chronic pain. David continues to teach Chiropractic and Health Psychology at Macquarie University.

 

As a chiropractor, David has a special interest in chronic lower back, neck and shoulder complaints. Treatments are tailored to the individual. Whether that is through postural correction, strengthening muscles or improving co-ordination, these treatments restore confidence in your body and empower you towards a more active lifestyle.

He is a keen sports-person, especially golf and football, enjoy as much live music as I can get and love travelling the world.

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David McNaughton


PhD Candidate

David completed his undergraduate and clinical masters (dux) training at Macquarie University. In addition, he holds a Masters of Research and is currently enrolled in a PhD within the Department of Psychology at Macquarie University.

David investigates the link between the mind and body, with a specific interest in the role of thoughts and feelings in chronic pain. David continues to teach Chiropractic and Health Psychology at Macquarie University.

 

As a chiropractor, David has a special interest in chronic lower back, neck and shoulder complaints. Treatments are tailored to the individual. Whether that is through postural correction, strengthening muscles or improving co-ordination, these treatments restore confidence in your body and empower you towards a more active lifestyle.

He is a keen sports-person, especially golf and football, enjoy as much live music as I can get and love travelling the world.

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Her research is also nested within the NHMRC-funded WISER Healthcare which aims to reduce overdiagnosis and overtreatment in healthcare.  She co-leads the Quality Use of Medicines research theme within the Institute for Musculoskeletal Health. She completed her PhD in 2016, with NHMRC scholarship from The University of Sydney, which investigated contemporary issues in spinal pain management. She was part of an international, interdisciplinary team that conducted a landmark randomised trial on the efficacy and safety of pregabalin versus placebo in patients with sciatica (PRECISE) and was lead author in the New England Journal of Medicine publication.

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Dr Stephanie Mathieson


NHMRC Health Professional Research Early Career Fellow

Stephanie Mathieson (PhD) is a Research Fellow within Sydney Musculoskeletal Health. Her current research within her NHMRC Early Career Fellowship (2019 – 2022) is directed at creating solutions to address inappropriate opioid analgesic prescribing in Australia.

Her research is also nested within the NHMRC-funded WISER Healthcare which aims to reduce overdiagnosis and overtreatment in healthcare.  She co-leads the Quality Use of Medicines research theme within the Institute for Musculoskeletal Health. She completed her PhD in 2016, with NHMRC scholarship from The University of Sydney, which investigated contemporary issues in spinal pain management. She was part of an international, interdisciplinary team that conducted a landmark randomised trial on the efficacy and safety of pregabalin versus placebo in patients with sciatica (PRECISE) and was lead author in the New England Journal of Medicine publication.

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She also works as Director of Strategy for Elizabeth Broderick and Co., an organization working within Australia and globally to drive change in the areas of gender equality, diversity and culture. Since 2017 Elizabeth Broderick & Co. has conducted over 17 major cultural reviews into leading global and national institutions including Rio Tinto, NSW Police Force, the University of Sydney and the AFP. Jane’s combined roles provide a unique opportunity to take cultural insights from visionary corporate leaders building the organisations of the future, to leaders shaping the University and research sectors. 

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Emeritus Professor Jane Latimer


Faculty of Medicine and Health, Sydney School of Public Health

Dr Jane Latimer is Emeritus Professor in the Faculty of Medicine and Health at the University of Sydney and Visiting Professor of Musculoskeletal Health at the University of Oxford. She is recognized internationally for her research in back pain and Indigenous health.

She also works as Director of Strategy for Elizabeth Broderick and Co., an organization working within Australia and globally to drive change in the areas of gender equality, diversity and culture. Since 2017 Elizabeth Broderick & Co. has conducted over 17 major cultural reviews into leading global and national institutions including Rio Tinto, NSW Police Force, the University of Sydney and the AFP. Jane’s combined roles provide a unique opportunity to take cultural insights from visionary corporate leaders building the organisations of the future, to leaders shaping the University and research sectors. 

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