The Neurological Rehabilitation Research Group conducts research in people with neurological health conditions, including those who have experienced a stroke, traumatic brain injury, Parkinson's disease or facial nerve palsy.
Its research addresses important clinical issues including falls and fall prevention, physical inactivity, and understanding the relationship between impairment, activity limitation and participation restriction, as well as the efficacy of allied health interventions to improve rehabilitation outcomes.
The team's reasearch has informed clinical guidelines, both nationally and internationally, and has been incorporated into university curriculums and clinical practice.
The NRRG has four key themes:
The Neurological Rehabilitation Research Group is made up of seven current academics, four emeritus or honorary academics, five casual research and teaching staff, as well as 12 current Higher Degree Research (HDR) and honours students of NRRG members.