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An estimated 10,000 Australians live with a spinal cord injury - but data on their treatment and rehabilitation is scant. Read more

University of NSW Medical Orchestra's Winter Charity Concert Read more

The Spinal Network Expert Meeting held in Darwin on 7 April 2017 was an initiative of the Spinal Network and partly funded by the Northern Territory Motor Accidents Compensation Commission and Keep Moving. Participants included clinicians from the spinal unit in Adelaide, representatives from the Department of Health in NT, politicians, community groups, paramedics and emergency, and remote medicine specialists. Read more

Click here for a series of animations depicting what a spinal cord injury is and different scenarios about how they happen. There is also an opportunity to test your skills with our series of driving games. Read more
The Spinal Cord Injury Unit at the Royal North Shore Hospital is hosting an Autumn Ball Fundraiser at Dockside, Cockle Bay on Friday, 10 March 2017 from 6.30pm to 11.30pm. Tickets include a 3-course dinner and drinks. Read more

Sydney's ide Group has now launched the 2017 Building Better Futures for Health Challenge and are on the hunt to find and invest in Australia’s best health innovations. Read more

The Spinal Network has greatly appreciated the work of the Hon Jillian Skinner MP, as both the NSW opposition spokesperson on health and medical research over 14 years, and as the Minister since 2011. Read more

Brisbane doctors believe tackling the damage in the first 12 hours could prevent an otherwise debilitating outcome for patients. Read more

The Spinal Network is facilitating a meeting in Darwin on Friday, 7 April 2017 (9am to 12pm ACST), to discuss the difficulties encountered treating acute spinal cord injuries and providing subsequent follow up services in Central and Northern Australia. Spinal cord injury (SCI) people in remote and regional Australia may achieve greater functional movement if these difficulties were overcome. Read more