8 Jul 2022

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island people’s data: looking at the facts through a different lens

Indigenous data sovereignty and governance raises its own special issues:
project from NTRI authors and others. Image: Danielle Mate

A traumatic brain injury project led by Monash University, guided by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander researchers and traumatic brain injury (TBI) patients, is creating a first for data collection, analysis and reporting.

by Anne Crawford

The Monash-led Australian Traumatic Brain Injury National Data (ATBIND) Project has for a year worked towards generating an overall epidemiological profile for moderate to severe traumatic brain injury (TBI) and developing national clinical quality indicators. Incorporating Indigenous knowledges and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander engagement is a central and revolutionary part of this registry-based project. 

5 Jul 2022

Meeting of the minds: Visiting international neurotrauma award fosters female ECRs

L-R: Ms Tabitha Green and Assistant Professor Rachel Rowe
accepting their award

by Associate Professor Bridgette Semple

Ms Tabitha Green from the University of Colorado Boulder has been awarded the competitive WiNTR-VISA Award (Women in Neurotrauma Research - Visiting International Scholar Award), announced last week at the US National Neurotrauma Society's annual conference in Atlanta, Georgia.

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