1. IFDM Fall Showcase 2014

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    IFDM Fall 2014 SHowcase

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    • ACHRF 2014 Keynote: Meaghan O'Donnell

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      Associate Professor Meaghan O'Donnell, University of Melbourne Wednesday 19th November 9.10am Keynote Address: The influence of mental health and psychosocial factors on injury recovery outcomes Abstract The new Global Burden of Disease Study (Murray etal 2012) highlights that road injury now accounts for 76 million disability adjusted life years. At the same time the burden of mental illness increased by 38% from 1990 to 2010. This presentation will discuss the intersect between mental illness and injury, and its relevance for the compensation space. It will address the prevalence of psychiatric disorders after injury, the psychosocial pathways to disability, and some recent work that investigates compensation related factors that may contribute to poor health outcomes. Importantly this presentation will examine promising research that aims to change injury psychosocial health trajectories to maximise recovery. Murray, C. et al. (2012). Disability-adjusted life years (DALYs) for 291 diseases and injuries in 21 regions, 1990-2010: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2010. The Lancet, 380(9859), 2197-2223

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      • ACHRF 2014 Keynote: Renée-Louise Franche

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        Wednesday 19th November 11am Keynote Address: Innovative Practices to Improve Recovery of Workers: Focusing on Psychosocial Factors at the Front End and Tail End of the Claim Abstract Recent evidence points to the salience of mental and other psychosocial factors as risk factors, for both physical and mental health claims, for prolonged duration of absence and even no return to work. This evidence will first be briefly reviewed in this presentation. The importance of screening workers early on in the claim process to identify those workers most at risk of poor recovery outcomes and of prolonged work absence will then be discussed. Evidenced-based screening measures of the early risk factors will be presented, as well as concrete examples of how they have been implemented in Canada in compensation systems. The second part of the presentation will focus on the tail end of the claim, involving Gradual return-to-work (GRTW) and Vocational Rehabilitation (VR). Evidence-based Best Practices regarding psychological treatment of workers with mental health condition, as they relate to improving return-to-work outcomes in claimants, will be presented. The challenge of defining and respecting psychological work restrictions and limitations in the context of GRTW and VR will be discussed, as it relates to work conditions, and not only job duties and tasks. New potential ways to move forward, in terms of policy and practice, to improve recovery outcomes during the GRTW and VR processes will be presented.

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        • Photo Montage ACHRF 2014

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          Take a look at some of the images from the 4th Australasian Compensation Health Research Forum 2014! A great day with delegates getting to listen to cutting edge research. To find out more go to: www.achrf.com.au or a check out #ACHRF2014 or go to @ISCRR.

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          • The End Begins (2013)

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            An unsuspecting programmer uncovers information that will crumble the nation's defense and force him to forfeit control of the life he knows as he takes action to stabilize the country before all is lost. This first installment of five, went into production fall 2012 and premiered to a sold out audience at the beginning of 2013. The End Begins: Phase II will be released fall 2014...... https://www.facebook.com/TheEndBeginsFanPage?ref=hl

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            • IFDM Recruitment 2014

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              • Ritz & Spitz

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                Circa 1930, Ritz (Terence Taggart), a magician on top of his game, faces off with a down-and-out magician, Spitz (James Sicard), in a live competition. But the contest is short lived as taking a rabbit out of a hat goes wildly out of hand. Ritz & Spitz is a short silent-film produced by members of the second cohort of the Interdisciplinary Film and Digital Media program at the University of New Mexico. Completed in May 2012, the core team in the Capstone Class project are: Kirby Ann Witte, Megan Helwig, Natasha Wilcox, Kaila Grafeman, and Donovan Heimer. Starring: Terence Taggert as Ritz James Lawrence Siccard as Spitz Kelly O' Keefe as Itz Batman as Rabbitz Director/ Producer: Kirby Ann Witte Screen Writer: Padraig Taggert Director of Cinematography: Aaron Sena Visual Effects Supervisor: Donovan Heimer Composer: David Kelly Special Thanks to Charlie O' dowd Special Thanks to our VFX Mentor Eric Wilson Thank you to everyone involved with the completion of this film.

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                • IFDM Recording Studio

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                  A short video of the IFDM Recording Studio at Mesa Del Sol in a session.

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                  • IFDM | Student Showcase | Spring 2013

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                    At the end of every semester the Interdisciplinary Film and Digital Media program at the University of New Mexico holds a student showcase and allows the public to come in and see what the students have created over the past 16 weeks. All works from essays to the computer generated images used in The Avengers movie are given time to shine in the public's eye. This showcase highlights the work of students in IFDM and due to the delicious treats, stimulating conversation and inspiring material, it is an event not to be missed. Video by E&R Studio X Kamio Media www.ricoramirez.com www.kamiomedia.com

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                    • IFDM Fall Showcase 2012

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