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Registrations filling up for IRO Sydney Seminar

Registrations filling up for IRO Sydney Seminar

Registrations are filling up fast for in-person attendance at the Independent Review Office (IRO) Sydney Seminar to be held on June 15. Register now to confirm your place.

The seminar, A Focus on Psychological Injuries and COVID-19, to be held at Aerial UTS Function Centre in Ultimo from 9.30am-3pm, will also be live streamed and recorded and made available on the IRO website following the event – so if you can’t secure an in-person registration you will still be able to participate.

Two trends that stand out in statutory personal injury claims in 2022 have been the increase in psychological injury claims and the impact of COVID-19.

The seminar aims to zero in on the practical impacts of these ‘mega-trends’ on personal injury claims. The questions we’ll be asking include:

  • how the personal injury system has responded to COVID-19 to date, what are the emerging issues and what are the learnings?
  • how increased mental health issues in the community have been reflected in increased psychological injuries in the personal injury system – and what this means in the short and long term?

The seminar will bring together experts and practitioners with a range of perspectives on these issues, and include a substantive law focus on psychological injuries. 

Lunch will be offered, providing an excellent opportunity to catch up with colleagues and IRO team members.

Attendance at the free seminar complies with Continuing Professional Development requirements.

Full details of the programme can be found here.

To register for the seminar, whether attending online or in person, please visit here.

Once registered you will also receive details on how to download the optional event app. Downloading the app allows you to live-stream the event and access the full programme and speaker biographies. 

If you are unable to download the optional event app, you can still view the Seminar live-stream, and access the programme, from your PC using this link. You will need to log in with the username and password you provided on registration.