Trevor Russell is a Professor of Physiotherapy and the Director of the RECOVER Injury Research Centre at the University of Queensland. RECOVER conducts research to optimise the recovery of people following injury, especially when those injuries are caused by road traffic crashes. Within RECOVER, Trevor leads a stream of research on Technology Enabled Rehabilitation, which involves the use of digital technologies to deliver services to people in their own homes and local communities. Trevor was the former head of Physiotherapy at the University of Queensland and for the last 10 years has been the Director of the Graduate Entry Masters Physiotherapy program. He has a PhD in Telerehabilitation and co-directs the Centre for Research in Telerehabilitation at the University of Queensland. His primary research focus surrounds the use of digital technologies for both clinical service provision (telehealth) and teaching and learning in the rehabilitation sciences and his work is amongst the earliest and most extensive in this field.