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A historical perspective on disability: From awareness campaigns to social change in consumer engagement

The International Day of Persons with Disabilities is celebrated on 3 December.

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Announcing the SCI Research Collaboration Grant recipients for 2023

We are pleased to announce the six recipients of the SCI Research Collaboration Grants for 2023. Find out more about them!

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Raising awareness on World SCI Day 2023 – Tuesday 5 September

Spinal cord injuries are a life-altering and significant health issue in Australia, affecting over 20,000 individuals and their families.

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Diversity in SCI research celebrated in 4th year of Research Writing Prize

If you’re a spinal cord injury researcher or clinician, we’re asking you to write about your research in 800 words.

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Why Research Matters 2022 – new spinal cord research from around the world

This year’s edition features 13 authors from 11 countries making this a truly global publication!

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Supporting early career researchers: Dr Sintip Pattanakuhar (Thailand)

The SRI first became aware of Dr Sintip Pattanakuhar, a Rehabilitation Physician at the Faculty of Medicine at Chiang Mai University in Thailand, in 2019. Read about his progress since then!

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Help us connect researchers and the spinal cord injury community this EOFY!

20,800 Australians have a spinal cord injury. Wouldn’t a cure for spinal cord injury be incredible? How about the secondary health complications… improved bladder and bowel function? Better respiratory health or pain management? Definitely.

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Why Research Matters – Out now!

We’re very pleased to bring you the 2021 edition of Why Research Matters: A collection of spinal cord research from around the world – a compilation of the top eight entries from the Spinal Research Institute’s 2021 Spinal Cord Injury Research Writing Prize.

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End of year Ambassador event

Today we held a virtual catch-up with our local ambassadors to reflect on our 10th anniversary year, and connect before the end of the year.

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