Academic presentations

 

Make your presentations excel: A guide to help anyone communicate better

Clark AM & Bekker S

Thinking Qualitatively 2017: Intro day

International Institute for Qualitative Methodology

Edmonton, Canada

June 2017


Make your presentations excel: A guide to help anyone communicate better

Clark AM & Bekker S

Thinking Qualitatively 2017: workshop

International Institute for Qualitative Methodology

Edmonton, Canada

June 2017

 

What is your message? Utilizing social media for advocacy

Fortington LV, Bekker S, Pryor W, Bieze-Foster J

International Society for Prosthetics and Orthotics 16th World Congress

Cape Town, South Africa

May 2017

 

The translation of sports injury prevention and safety promotion knowledge: insights from key organisations (accepted)

Bekker S, Paliadelis P & Finch CF

British Journal of Sports Medicine, 51(4):284

IOC World Conference on Prevention of Injury and Illness in Sport

Monte Carlo, Monaco

March 2017

 

Bringing complexity to sports injury prevention research: what is it and how to do it? (accepted)

Bekker S & Clark AM

IOC World Conference on Prevention of Injury and Illness in Sport

Monte Carlo, Monaco

March 2017

 

Make your presentations excel: A guide to help anyone communicate better

Clark AM & Bekker S

TQ2U Traveling Workshop Series

International Institute for Qualitative Methodology

Sydney, Australia

February 2017

 

Presenting research better: Insights from theory, science and yourself

Clark AM & Bekker S

Myrtle Crawford Lecture Series

University of Saskatchewan

Saskatoon, Canada

November 2016

 

Make your presentations excel: A guide to help anyone communicate better

Clark AM & Bekker S

Qualitative Health Research Conference: IIQM Member scholar event

International Institute for Qualitative Methodology

Kelowna, Canada

October 2016

 

Bringing complexity theory to injury prevention research in sport settings

Bekker S & Clark AM

The George Institute lunchtime seminar

Sydney, Australia

August 2016

 

Social media for academic connectivity, research dissemination and social marketing

Bekker S & Freeman B

Australian Injury Prevention Network & The George Institute

Sydney, Australia

August 2016

 

Social media for academic connectivity: curate credible conversation

Bekker S, Winterton R, Deans A

Emerging Researchers in Ageing & Australian Association of Gerontology

Webinar to Australia

August 2016

 

Complexity theory and ‘wicked’ problems

Bekker S

Federation University Australia Higher Degree by Research Conference

Ballarat, Australia

July 2016

 

Improving your academic connectivity via social media and blogging

Bekker S

International Institute for Qualitative Methodology

Webinar to Canada

June 2016

 

An analysis of safety promotion and injury prevention resources for sport settings from stakeholder organisations in Australia: type, scope, development processes and dissemination practices

Bekker S, White P, Watson R, Finch CF

12th Australasian Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion Conference

Sydney, Australia

November 2015

 

The next wave of injury prevention research and practice

Student workshop

Chair and convenor: Bekker S

Panelists: Abimbola A, Fortington L, Scott-Parker B, Ivers R, Finch CF

12TH Australasian Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion Conference

Sydney, Australia

November 2015

 

Presenting qualitative research findings effectively: Necessity not normative novelty

Clark AM & Bekker S

Centre for Critical Qualitative Research

University of Toronto

Toronto, Canada

October 2015

 

Social media: why and how ISPO is engaging

Bekker S

International Society for Prosthetics and Orthotics (ISPO): Executive Board

Melbourne, Australia

August 2015

 

The complexity of safety in sport

Bekker S

Australian Centre for Research into Injury in Sport and its Prevention retreat

Hepburn Springs, Australia

July 2015

 

There’s no such thing as an accident

Bekker S

NerdNite: Wagga Wagga,

Wagga Wagga, Australia

July 2015

 

Presenting qualitative research

Clark AM & Bekker S

Thinking Qualitative Workshop Series: Opening Address

International Institute for Qualitative Methodology

Edmonton, Canada

July 2015

 

The process that informs the development and dissemination of sport safety resources within key sport safety agencies in Australia

Bekker S, White P, Watson R, Finch CF

Federation University Australia Higher Degree by Research Conference

Ballarat, Australia

November 2014

 

A catalogue of the sport safety resources for community Australian Football clubs from the websites of key sport safety agencies

Bekker S, White P, Donaldson A, Cook J, Gabbe B, Lloyd D, Finch CF

Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 18 (supplement 1):e139-e140

Australian Conference of Science and Medicine in Sport & National Injury Prevention Conference

Canberra, Australia

October 2014

 

The accessibility, relevance and practicality of the AFL concussion guidelines: What do community players think?

White P, Donaldson A, Sullivan SJ, Bekker S, Finch CF

Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 18:e102

Australian Conference of Science and Medicine in Sport & National Injury Prevention Conference

Canberra, Australia

October 2014

 

Safety doesn’t happen by accident

Bekker S

3 Minute Thesis Federation University Australia

Ballarat, Australia

September 2014

 

What is the role of key sport safety agencies in the development and dissemination of sport safety policies for community sport settings?

Bekker S, White P, Donaldson A, Cook J, Gabbe B, Lloyd D, Finch CF

British Journal of Sports Medicine, 48(7):565-566

IOC World Conference on Prevention of Injury and Illness in Sport

Monte Carlo, Monaco

April 2014

 

An investigation into National Guidance for Australian Football Partnerships and Safety (NoGAPS) partner organisation’s sport safety policies, and their dissemination and implementation in community Australian Football clubs

Bekker S

Federation University Australia Higher Degree by Research Conference

Ballarat, Australia

November 2013