Rob Carter : efficiency you say – what on earth does that mean
Rob has many years of experience in the design and application of economic appraisal across multiple settings by using the full range of economic methods and communicating of economic results in policy relevant ways. His research interests are economic appraisal of health care services and priority setting. Rob’s goal for the CRE is to encourage clinicians and academics to work with stakeholders and policy-makers to bridge the gap between academic rigor and applied policy-making in major areas of health related to CP with a strong focus on knowledge transfer.
Carlee Holmes: assessment of postural asymmetry in non ambulant adults with cerebral palsy
Carlee Holmes is the Senior Physiotherapist in the Young Adult Complex Disability Service at St. Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne with a particular interest in the postural management of non-ambulant adults with cerebral palsy. Carlee is currently completing a PhD investigating “Assessment and Management of the common postural characteristics in young adults with Cerebral palsy” at Monash University. She has also gained additional certification in Postural Care and Measurement of Body Symmetry.Flyer / More information (offsite)
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