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Drew Smith, Phd
01-12-2004, 07:54 AM
(Apologies for any cross-postings)
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MOVEMENT ANALYSIS 2004

>From laboratory testing towards clinical application

27-28 February 2004

Website: http://auckland-2004.movement-analysis.com/
Email: auckland-2004@movement-analysis.com

Hosted by the Department of Sport & Exercise Science, University of
Auckland.

The Biomechanics Laboratory at the University of Auckland is one of the
leading research centres for human movement analysis in New Zealand. The
goal of the research team is to advance knowledge in clinical areas and
apply these scientific developments to the ‘real world’.

To transfer successfully ideas from the lab to the clinic, extensive
collaborations between health professionals and the research team are
required. A successful collaboration depends not only on well-designed
research questions, but also on common goals and a firmly established
administrative infrastructure. The purpose of this symposium is to highlight
some successful transfers to clinical areas, and provide a forum for
development of new collaborative ideas.

The meeting will be held at the University of Auckland’s Tamaki Campus.
Currently, Tamaki Campus is undergoing major developments to set up a modern
postgraduate research oriented centre, which will integrate industrially
supported development projects and high quality fundamental research.

PRELIMINARY PROGRAMME

SPEAKERS and TOPICS

Here is a partial list of some of the speakers and their topics:

Sue Stott (University of Auckland): Aiming at a better diagnosis – The
Starship Project
Peter Milburn (University of Otago): Biomechanical Research – Concepts and
Applications
Dieter Rosenbaum (University of Münster, Germany): Clinical applications of
pressure distribution measurements
Bob Marshall (Eastern Institute of Technology): Postural Steadiness and
Clinical Implications
Hamish Mackie (Unitec): Biomechanical and Ergonomical Approach to Functional
Back-Pack Testing
Sharon Walt (University of Auckland): Clinical Gait Analysis
Uwe Kersting (University of Auckland): Biomechanical Evaluation of
Functional Footwear
Drew Smith (University of Auckland): Dynamic Balance Testing - Why is it so
hard to stand still?
Axel Kalpen (Novel GmbH): The Neuropool Project: Dynamic Foot Function in
Clinical Populations

ADVISORY COMMITTEE

Roger Grech, Senior Podiatrist, Manukau Superclinic
Simon Speight, President, New Zealand Society of Podiatrists
Sue Stott, Dept. of Surgery, University of Auckland
Iain Anderson, Bioengineering Institute, University of Auckland
Drew Smith, Dept. of Sport and Exercise Science, University of Auckland
Sharon Walt, Dept. of Sport and Exercise Science, University of Auckland
Uwe Kersting, Dept. of Sport and Exercise Science, University of Auckland

REGISTRATION INFORMATION

Movement Analysis 2004 Registration
(to register send the following information with your fee to the address
shown)

Name: ______________________________
Affiliation: __________________________
Address: ____________________________
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___________________________________
Email: ______________________________

Please include a cheque for NZ$105.00 (early bird rate prior to Feb. 1st) or
NZ$120.00 (after Feb 1st) addressed to The University of Auckland. This
registration fee includes speakers, workshops and dinner.

Mail to: Movement Analysis 2004
Dept of Sport and Exercise Science
The University of Auckland
Private Bag 92019
Auckland, New Zealand

ACCOMMODATION

Waipuna Hotel & Conference Centre
58 Waipuna Road, Mt Wellington, Auckland, 1006
Reservations Freephone: 0800 924 786
Freefax: 0800 800 315
Email: res@waipunahotel.co.nz
Web: www.waipunahotel.co.nz
NZ$120.00/room/night
Please quote “Movement Analysis 2004”

SPONSORS

Novel GmbH, GER
Nike, NZ
Thor-lo, NZ
Formthotics, NZ

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Cheers,

Drew

Senior Lecturer, Department of Sport & Exercise Science
University of Auckland, Tamaki Campus
Private Bag 92019, Auckland, New Zealand
aw.smith@auckland.ac.nz
Office: 09 373-7599 x86849 [Int'l: +64 9 373-7599 x86849]
Fax: 09 373-7043 [Int'l: +64 9 373-7043]
Mobile: 021 264-9790 [Int'l: +64 21 264-9790]
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