Who We Are and How We Work: An Untapped Resource in Rehabilitation: a public lecture by Professor Nicola Kayes

Date: Tuesday 26 Jul, 4:30pm - 5:30pm
Location: AUT City Campus
WA Building, Conference Centre
Auckland
New Zealand
Cost: Free
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Who We Are and How We Work: An Untapped Resource in Rehabilitation: a public lecture by Professor Nicola Kayes 07/26/2022 16:30 07/26/2022 17:30 In this professorial address, Professor Nicola Kayes will share insights from her research unpacking person-centred practice, therapeutic relationship, engagem AUT City Campus, WA Building, Conference Centre, Auckland , New Zealand
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In this professorial address, Professor Nicola Kayes will share insights from her research unpacking person-centred practice, therapeutic relationship, engagement, and psychosocial experience in rehabilitation following injury or illness.

She will show how a focus on who we are and how we work has the potential to challenge rehabilitation structures and processes, including what is legitimatised as core rehabilitation work and what constitutes a good outcome.

Nicola is the Co-Director of the Centre for Person Centred Research. In 2005 she was appointed as a research officer within the Health and Rehabilitation Institute at AUT – and so began her journey as a rehabilitation researcher.

Her research now draws insights from the intersection between health psychology and rehabilitation to inform structures, processes, and practice in rehabilitation and deliver outcomes that matter to people.

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