"Neuroplasticity and Resilience: Building Resistance to Needless Disability", International Academy of Law and Mental Health Congress, (Vienna, July 2015)

"Breaking the Web of Needless Disability: Adding Practical Resilience to the Toolbox", "Evidence Based Treatment Guidelines: At Work in a Microcosm" and "Involving Stakeholders in Injury Management Systems", International Forum on Disability Management, (November 2014)

"Breaking the Web of Needless Disability: Reducing the Impact of Secondary Psychological Claims" and workshop "What is Your Personal Style of Resilience?", TIO Conference, (October 2014)

Public Sector Health Safety and Wellness Conference

"Breaking the Web of Needless Disability: Reducing the Impact of Secondary Psychological Claims", Comcare National Conference, (August 2014)

"Working Psych Claims", National Conference of the Australian Rehabilitation Providers Association, (May 2014)

"Breaking the Web of Needless Disability" (plenary session) and "Understand the Brain: Lower your Costs", Australian Workers' Compensation Summit, (Surfer's Paradise, February 2013)

"Breaking the Web of Needless Disability", National Workers' Compensation and Disability Conference, (Las Vegas, Nevada, 2012)

"Neuroplasticity Based Model of Needless Disability", International Forum on Disability Management and Deakin Industry Engagement Centre's National Program of Stakeholder Engagement Sessions, (London, September 2012)

"Neuroplasticity Based Model of Needless Disability and the Future of Safety Initiatives", Western Australia Safety Conference, Safety Institute of Australia, (Perth, August 2012)

"Collaborative Approaches to Regulation", Australian Physiotherapy Association Business and Leadership Symposium, (Adelaide, July, 2012)

"Three-scheme Design Topics and a Neuroplasticity-based Model of Needless Disability", PIEF Scheme Design Residential Program, (Warum Pands, May, 2012)

"Neuroplasticity-based Model of Needless disability", Australian Rehabilitation Providers Association National Conference, (Melbourne, May, 2012)

"The Future of Safety Initiatives and the Application of Advances in Neuroscience to Prevention of Harm", Safety Institute of Australia National Convention, (Melbourne, April 2012)

Speaker with Alan Clayton, "Conversion of Impairment to Disability", International Forum on Disability Management, (Los Angeles, 2010)

Speaker with Dr. Christopher Brigham, "Avoidance of Needless Disability", International Forum on Disability Management, (Los Angeles, 2010)

Speaker, "Workers' Compensation Scheme Design", Personal Injury Information Foundation Program, (Sydney Australia, September, 2009 and 2010); three public seminar presentations (Sydney, Melbourne and Perth, September and October 2009)

Speaker, "Legislative Advocacy for Physicians", American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, American Occupational Health Conference, (2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011)

Speaker, "Cross-Border Workers' Compensation Issues", National Wildfire Suppression Association, (Reno NV, 2004, 2006)

Speaker, "Bankruptcy and Workers' Compensation", Conference of Consulting Actuaries, (Tucson AZ, 2003)

Speaker, "A Regulator's View of Self Insurance", National Council of Self Insurers, (San Diego, CA 2003)

Speaker, "Multiple Topics", U.S. Virgin Islands Workers' Compensation Educational Conference, (USVI, 2003)

Speaker, "OSHA Ergonomics", National Safety Council Congress, (Orlando FL, 2000)

Speaker, "OSHA Ergonomics", Utah Workers' Compensation Association, (Salt Lake City, UT, 2000)

Principal Speaker, First Annual Workers' Compensation Seminar, (U.S. Virgin Islands, 1993)

Lecturer for International Association of Industrial Accident Boards and Commissions Workers' Compensation College (2001-2007) and presenter at numerous IAIABC conventions and meetings; Lecturer for: The University of Phoenix, New Mexico State Bar, Workers' Compensation Association, New Mexico District Attorney's Association, New Mexico Judicial College, New Mexico Law Enforcement Academy, New Mexico Corrections Academy, Association of Commerce and Industry, various law enforcement agencies, and a number of civic and community organizations.

More than 100 separate instances of presentations before legislative bodies, including the legislatures of New Mexico, Colorado and Delaware and the United States Senate.