In preparation for the upcoming range of vestibular workshops and courses, I have been looking around and collating information that I have found useful and perhaps you will also. I am sure this list amounts to only a feather on the chook's back in regards to what is out there, so I would really appreciate you adding additional resource links at the end of this blog post. Much appreciated.
Upcoming courses that are available include;
and while some of these might seem awhile away, people are already enrolling such is the popularity. Currently the first Introductory Workshop in December, is 50% full.
There is a great range of online educational resources (30) from the Vestibular Disorders Association
On the Austrian scene there is the AVESTA (Australian Vestibular Association) publication, details about this can be obtained by contacting the editor and NOTSA (The Neuro-Otology Society of Australia) which has various presentations available (usually in PP format) for download.
Smart Phone Apps
- SloPro - 1000fps Slow Motion Video
- Ubersense coach
Plenty of slowmo type apps that will allow you to use your smart phone to record nystagmus or saccades, and then slow review to check direction and features.
All the best,
Doug Cary FACP
Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist (awarded by Australian College of Physiotherapy, 2009)
PhD Candidate Curtin University
Clinical Director AAP Education
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