NEWCASTLE STAKEHOLDER EVENTS


Stakeholder Event

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Stakeholder Event

RESCUE Northumbria held a stakeholder event at St James’ Park in Newcastle on 21st March 2005 to disseminate the research results to approximately 80 invited stakeholders – academic, medical, nursing and allied health colleagues and representatives from non-statutory organisations - from the North East and further afield. Professor Meg Morris from La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia, and Dr David Burn from Newcastle University were keynote speakers at this event. Exhibitors included a number of Northumbria University departments and a model of the proposed new regional neurological rehabilitation centre at Walkergate was on display. Guests had the opportunity to tour the Newcastle United facilities after the event.

Photo of Professor Meg MorrisRight: Professor Meg Morris from La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia was a keynote speaker on the Stakeholder Event.

 

 

 

 

Photo of Dr Lynn RochesterLeft: Dr Lynn Rochester, Principal Scientist for Newcastle team

 

 

 

 

Below: Newcastle Rescue Team with Professor Meg Morris, international guest. From left to right, Katherine Baker, Vicki Hetherington, Professor Meg Morris, Dr. Lynn Rochester and Dr Anna Jones.

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