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A warm welcome from Katie De Luca, Chair, Research Foundation, Chiropractic Australia, click here

More than a year has passed since we connected in person to share research directly related to chiropractic or osteopathic practice. This year the Researchers’ Day will aim to connect us all again in a COVID-19 safe environment, join us as we learn about new research and where this will lead us.

In line with our commitment to ensuring the safety and wellbeing of all of our valued Members and Presenter, we have responded to present circumstances by deciding to deliver the Researchers’ Day virtually on Friday, 27 August 2021.

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Chiropractic Australia is an organisation that supports evidence-based practice and, as such, is a strong advocate for high-quality research.

Through our related research fund, Chiropractic Australia Research Foundation, we are able to fund research projects and PhD scholarships that directly support the chiropractic profession as well as related healthcare professions.

Chiropractic Australia Research Foundation calls for scientific abstracts to be submitted for presentation at the Researchers’ Day.

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Will the Chiropractic Australia provide refunds?

Yes. Chiropractic Australia will offer 100% refund of monies paid if you wish to cancel your registration.

How will refunds be issued?

All refund requests must be made in writing to mandy.bromilow@chiropracticaustralia.org.au Refunds will be returned in the same form as the original method of payment. There will be no cancellation fees. Please allow up to 30 days for funds to be credited back to accounts.

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Researchers' Day 2021


A warm welcome from Katie De Luca, Chair, Research Foundation, Chiropractic Australia, click here

More than a year has passed since we connected in person to share research directly related to chiropractic or osteopathic practice. This year the Researchers’ Day will aim to connect us all again in a COVID-19 safe environment, join us as we learn about new research and where this will lead us.

In line with our commitment to ensuring the safety and wellbeing of all of our valued Members and Presenter, we have responded to present circumstances by deciding to deliver the Researchers’ Day virtually on Friday, 27 August 2021.

Event Program


09:00 AM

- 09:05 AM

Welcome

Simon French and Michael Swain



09:05 AM

- 09:20 AM

A journey in chiropractic: from consuming – to creating evidence within musculoskeletal health

Keynote presentation

Aron Downie



09:20 AM

- 09:35 AM

Considering a PhD? Let’s talk

Keynote Presentation

John Petrozzi



09:35 AM

- 09:50 AM

Reflections from an ECR

Keynote Presentation

Sasha Aspinall



09:50 AM

- 10:05 AM

Q and A session with Keynote Presenters

Keynote Presenters



10:05 AM

- 10:20 PM

Break



10:20 AM

- 10:30 AM

GLA:D ® Back Australia: a feasibility study for implementation

Podium Presentation

Matthew Fernandez



10:30 AM

- 10:40 AM

The COVID-19 pandemic, evidence-based public health and chiropractic practice: a survey on impact and response across four continents

Podium Presentation

Craig Moore



10:40 AM

- 10:50 AM

Low Back Pain in Older Adults: A Mediation Analysis

Podium Presentation

Megan Yanz



10:50 AM

- 11:00 AM

Association between cardiovascular disease risk factors and future spinal pain with the potential moderating role of health-related physical activity (CHAMPS Study-DK)

Podium Presentation

Amber Beyon



11:00 AM

- 11:10 AM

Characteristics of Chiropractic Paediatric Practice: Secondary Analysis of the COAST and O-COAST

Podium Presentation

Melissa Neave



11:10 AM

- 11:40 AM

Poster viewing

Bayden McKenzie. Nichole Phillips. Melissa Neave. Jean Théroux. Brett Vaughan, PhD. Annie Young Brett Vaughan, PhD. Maria Bernard Giglio. Dr Ben Taylor. Laura Montgomery. Dr John Petrozzi. Luke Ross.

The below authors will have their poster on display



11:40 AM

- 12:10 PM

Poster group discussion

Three private rooms will be set up for both authors and delegates to meet and discuss the poster (s).

All attendees



12:10 PM

- 12:15 PM

Poster Voting

Attendees will be asked to cast their vote for the People’s Choice Poster Award

People’s Choice Poster



12:15 PM

- 12:45 PM

Break



12:45 PM

- 12:55 PM

Heel-lift induced leg length inequality affects pelvis orientation during upright standing but not as traditionally thought by chiropractors: a pre-and post-measurement study

Podium Presentation

Simon Vella



12:55 PM

- 01:05 PM

Do early life chronic inflammatory conditions predict low back pain in adolescence and young adulthood?

Podium Presentation

Amber Beynon



01:05 PM

- 01:15 PM

Sensory attenuation and psychological functioning in chronic pain subjects and healthy controls

Podium Presentation

David McNaughton



01:15 PM

- 01:25 PM

What are the effects of diagnostic imaging on clinical outcomes in patients with low back pain presenting for chiropractic care: a matched observational study

Podium Presentation

Hazel Jenkins



01:25 PM

- 01:35 PM

Performance of a hand-held sensor puck versus table-embedded force plate for measurement of HVLA thrust

Podium Presentation

Luke Ross



01:35 PM

- 01:45 PM

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Stacey Tonkin



01:45 PM

- 02:15 PM

Awards, acknowledgments and wrap up.

Simon French and Michael Swain



  Friday, 27 August 2021
  09:00 am - 02:15 pm
  Virtual via Zoom

CPD 14 hoursThis is a guide only. For qualifiers, please contact AHPRA

Our Presenters


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Sasha has been teaching at Murdoch University since 2013, and is a fellow in the second cohort of the Chiropractic Academy for Research Leadership (CARL). She is interested in the neurophysiological and biomechanical effects of spinal manipulation, and especially how they relate to clinical outcomes. Related interests include sham manipulation procedures, and the impact of contextual factors (e.g. placebo) on patient outcomes. Personally, Sasha is an avid dog lover and hobby photographer.

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Sasha PhD investigated pain sensitivity and the impact of spinal manipulation in people with low back pain.

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She completed her PhD at Murdoch University in 2020, which investigated pain sensitivity and the impact of spinal manipulation in people with low back pain.

Sasha has been teaching at Murdoch University since 2013, and is a fellow in the second cohort of the Chiropractic Academy for Research Leadership (CARL). She is interested in the neurophysiological and biomechanical effects of spinal manipulation, and especially how they relate to clinical outcomes. Related interests include sham manipulation procedures, and the impact of contextual factors (e.g. placebo) on patient outcomes. Personally, Sasha is an avid dog lover and hobby photographer.

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On his return to Australia, John set up his private practice in Leichhardt, NSW, where he still practices.

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John's special skills and interest are based on helping people recover from ongoing back and neck pain, ongoing and recurring sports injuries, whilst facilitating a team of psychologists and occupational therapists, in helping the whole person recover from anxiety and depression related to the effects of ongoing back and neck pain.

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He completed his PhD at the University of Sydney Medical School. His research focus interests are recovery from spinal pain and the accuracy of screening tools for detection of pathology for people with back pain.
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