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PLEASE NOTE DUE TO THE ISSUES RELATING TO THE CORONAVIRUS SOME OF OUR EVENTS HAVE BEEN MOVED TO LATER IN THE YEAR. PLEASE SCROLL DOWN TO FIND THE NEW DATE.

26th November 2020
ILEC Conference Centre, Earls Court, London, SW6 1UD

PLEASE NOTE THE CHANGE OF DATE FOR THIS EVENT DUE TO CURRENT ISSUES RELATED TO CORONAVIRUS

Whose Life Is It Anyway?
Supporting effective brain injury rehabilitation in the community

It is widely recognised that rehabilitation can make a significant difference to all, from the individual concerned, to society has a whole. One cannot create one programme or pathway that fits all because everyone has different circumstances in the community, every brain and therefore every brain injury is different – and trauma affects everyone uniquely. We all have different values and lifestyles and brain injury rehabilitation has to be bespoke, meaningful and add value. Finding a way to gauge success using standard rehabilitation outcome measures can be tricky.

This conference will review the current state of brain injury rehabilitation, with particular focus on the unique factors impacting community-based rehabilitation. We will hear innovative perspectives from brain injury rehabilitation specialists across a variety of sectors and identify the unique components that make up effective rehabilitation for individuals with traumatic brain injury.

Finally, through utilising the combined knowledge and expertise of a variety of specialists, we end the day by proposing a new model for community brain injury rehabilitation. We hope this will introduce a way of implementing and measuring the effectiveness of bespoke community rehabilitation, and over time make a considerable difference not only to the people who use our services and their families, but also to the professionals who work in this field, and to the wider brain injury population in general.

Presented by Head First LLP  
Sponsored by Krysalis Consultancy Ltd

For enquiries regarding sponsorship, exhibition space, advertising and delegate pack inserts, please contact Jason Shelley on 07769 897818 or click here to send Jason a message

4th February 2021
One Great George Street, Westminster, London, SW1P 3AA

Rising to the Challenge
Managing the diverse challenges in the field of brain injury.

Presented by Elysium Neurological

For enquiries regarding sponsorship, exhibition space, advertising and delegate pack inserts, please contact Jason Shelley on 07769 897818 or click here to send Jason a message

3rd June 2021
One Great George Street, Westminster, London, SW1P 3AA

PLEASE NOTE THE CHANGE OF DATE FOR THIS EVENT DUE TO THE CURRENT ISSUES RELATING TO CORONAVIRUS

Where Innovation Meets Evidence: The cutting edge of Neurologic Music Therapy and evidence-based practice in clinical settings

Presented by Chiltern Neuro & Medical Services  
Sponsored by Team Brain Injury Support

For enquiries regarding sponsorship, exhibition space, advertising and delegate pack inserts, please contact Jason Shelley on 07769 897818 or click here to send Jason a message

ONLINE TRAINING

Online resources - Accredited with 5 CPD/APIL points

Online course: Rehabilitation for Disorders of Executive Functioning

World renowed Professor Barbara Wilson OBE delivers this intensive workshop which is aimed at case managers, therapists, psychologists and other clinicians working within this sector.

This is online resource package:
• Professionally filmed sessions
• PDF of all the slides
• Digital activities workbook

The benefits of this course being online are:
• Complete the course in your own time
• Personalised CPD certificate for 5.5 points
• Unlimited time to access the resource
• Resources remain in your account forever to refer back to

The training begins with a discussion on the meaning of executive disorders together with examples of the cognitive, emotional and behavioural consequences faced by people with executive difficulties.

This is followed by a consideration of some influential models of executive functioning. Those models which have had a major influence on rehabilitation practice will be given particular emphasis.

We tackle ways of measuring executive functions before addressing rehabilitation procedures. These attempt to reduce the everyday problems faced by survivors of non progressive brain injury who are left with difficulties in activation, thinking, planning, problem solving and other executive deficits.

We also consider restoration of function, internal strategies, external compensatory aids and environmental control.

This workshop is interactive and practical and will incorporate video clips and exercises to illustrate the concepts introduced.

Presented by ABI Solutions Training  
Sponsored by High View Care Services


Online resources

Neuropsychological consequences of Covid-19

We are delighted that Professor Barbara Wilson OBE has agreed to collate and present a review of the latest research from around the world on the neuropsychological consequences of Covid-19.

This online resource package includes a professionally filmed 1 hour lecture from Barbara, a downloadable PDF of the 91 slides that accompany the presentation and access to the key research papers that underpin the review.

The presentation will begin with a brief account of corona viruses and why Covid-19 is so dangerous. Barbara will then examine the problems that are likely to incur a referral to neuropsychology such as stroke, encephalitis and hypoxic damage.

Barbara will go on to analyse the cognitive problems encountered in those who have been severely affected, include memory, attention, executive difficulties and slowed information processing. A case of Balint’s Syndrome is also described.

The lecture progresses with consideration of rehabilitation and the challenges we, and survivors of Covid-19, are likely to encounter.

The presentation concludes with a description of the audit being carried out at St George’s hospital, London and the international collaboration that is under way.

Presented by ABI Solutions  
Sponsored by Helpd Live in Care


Online resources - Accredited with 6 CPD/APIL points

Beyond Locked Doors: Managing Complexity in the Community

This online training provides 7 sessions focussing on the management of functional neurological disorder (FND), traumatic brain injury and complex comorbid mental health problems in community-based settings. This programme was made in collaboration with Brain & Mind and kindly sponsored by The Wellington Hospital, part of HCA Healthcare UK

Some of the sessions covered include:

- How to recognise cognitive and psychiatric disorders after moderate-severe TBI

- Outpatient rehabilitation of cognitive and psychiatric disorders after moderate-severe TBI

- FND & mild TBI: Recognising functional cognitive & somatic symptoms after mTBI

- Functional Neurological Disorder: What is it, how to diagnose it and how to explain it

This online training resource includes professionally filmed sessions, slides and a downloadable CPD/APIL certificate (once all of the presentations have been viewed). These resources are not time limited and you will be able to view them within a time frame that is convenient for you.

This accredited training provides 6 CPD and APIL points which equates to a full days training, the cost is £75 + VAT.

We offer 50% discount to anyone working within the NHS & voluntary sector.

If you are not eligible for a discount and would like to place multiple bookings for either this resource or the others available, please contact us directly for a discount.

Presented by Brain & Mind  
Sponsored by The Wellington Hospital, part of HCA Healthcare UK


Online resources - Accredited with 5.5 CPD/APIL points

Seeing is Believing:
mTBI & PTSD Unlocking the complexity and controversy

This online training provides 7 sessions that will focus on one of the areas that generates the most debate amongst clinical practitioners – mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI). This programme was made in collaboration with Re:Cognition Health and was kindly sponsored by Royds Withy King

Some of the sessions covered include:

- Important Clinical Updates relating to mTBI

- Neuropsychiatric interpretation of mTBI: a problem of the brain or the mind?

- The spectral fingerprints of mTBI: using MEG as a novel biomarker source for brain Injury

- The invisible wounds of PTSD: imaging the psychological wounds of trauma

This online training resource includes professionally filmed sessions, slides and a downloadable CPD/APIL certificate once all of the presentations have been viewed. These resources are not time limited and you will be able to view them within a time frame that is convenient for you.

This accredited training provides 5.5 CPD points which equates to a full days training, the cost is £75 + VAT.

We offer 50% discount to anyone working within the NHS & voluntary sector.

If you are not eligible for a discount and would like to place multiple bookings for either this resource or the others available, please contact us directly for a discount.

Presented by Re:Cognition Health  
Sponsored by Royds Withy King Solicitors


Online resources - Accredited with 5.75 CPD/APIL points

Tech Con - Providing the sector with information on advances in technology which may assist clients with a disability

This online training provides 12 sessions focussing on recent innovations and cutting-edge developments in medical and assistive technology. This programme was made in collaboration with Cloisters and was kindly sponsored by Summit Medical & Scientific

Some of the sessions covered include:

-Robotics in Rehabilitation

- Immersive Virtual Reality (VR) to transform the lives of patients with mental health disorders

- Microprocessor controlled prosthetic foot and ankle systems

- Research and Development for Smart Wheelchairs

- The latest developments in Assistive Technology

- Lasers and other advancements in technology to treat pain

This online training resource includes professionally filmed sessions, slides and a downloadable CPD/APIL certificate once all of the presentations have been viewed. These resources are not time limited and you will be able to view them within a time frame that is convenient for you.

This accredited training provides 5.75 CPD points which equates to a full days training, the cost is £75 + VAT.

We offer 50% discount to anyone working within the NHS & voluntary sector.

If you are not eligible for a discount and would like to place multiple bookings for either this resource or the others available, please contact us directly for a discount.

Presented by Cloisters  
Sponsored by Summit Medical & Scientific


Online resources - Accredited with 4.75 CPD/APIL points

Getting it Right: Meeting complex support needs to enable unique lives

This online training provides 7 sessions focussing on the complexities involved in getting support right for each individual, the unique nature of packages which are truly person centred and the wider considerations in terms of litigation, capacity, regulation and budgets when making decisions about care. This programme was made in collaboration with Westcountry Case Management and was kindly sponsored by Enable Law

You will:

- gain an increased awareness of the practicalities of procuring and delivering support

- benefit from the analysis of statistical information reflecting the reality of support provision

- will gain greater insight into the role and components of what makes an effective multidisciplinary team

- gain increased confidence in positive risk taking

- have greater understanding and confidence in justifying the right level and costs of support

This online training resource includes professionally filmed sessions, slides and a downloadable CPD/APIL certificate once all of the presentations have been viewed. These resources are not time limited and you will be able to view them within a time frame that is convenient for you.

This accredited training provides 4.75 CPD points which equates to a full days training, the cost is £50 + VAT.

We offer 50% discount to anyone working within the NHS & voluntary sector.

If you are not eligible for a discount and would like to place multiple bookings for either this resource or the others available, please contact us directly for a discount.

Presented by Westcountry Case Management Ltd  
Sponsored by Enable Law


Online resources - Accredited with 5.5 CPD/APIL points

Family Matters: Understanding and addressing family needs after brain injury

This online resource which includes 9 sessions will explore the family experience of acquired brain injury, including what family members say they need and what works for them. These sessions examine how we might alter our practice to accommodate their needs, respond appropriately to the trauma experienced by the whole family and ensure our intervention also facilitates family adjustment. Drawing on the existing evidence base and current research the presentations will endeavour to address these issues, and you will:

- gain a greater appreciation of the reality of the family experience

- consider the factors underpinning the impact of trauma on family members

- develop an understanding of the concept of stress on family members, ambiguous loss, emotional overload and burden of care

- familiarisation with the range and extent of family (including spouses, siblings, child relatives) needs following acquired brain injury

- appreciation of the different 'lenses' through which family experiences post-injury can be viewed, resulting in different opportunities for intervention and support

- understand the concept of the expert companion in supporting needs over time

- engage in the development of a structured narrative for families living in ambiguous circumstances

- reflect upon how their knowledge, experience and expectations affect interactions with family members

This programme was made in collaboration with Head First and kindly sponsored by Krysalis Consultancy

This online training resource includes professionally filmed sessions, slides and a downloadable CPD certificate once all of the presentations have been viewed. These resources are not time limited and you will be able to view them within a time frame that is convenient for you.

This accredited training provides 5.5 CPD points which equates to a full days training, the cost is £50 + VAT.

We offer 50% discount to anyone working within the NHS & voluntary sector.

If you are not eligible for a discount and would like to place multiple bookings for either this resource or the others available, please contact us directly for a discount.

Presented by Head First LLP  
Sponsored by Krysalis Consultancy Ltd


Online resources - Accredited with 5.5 CPD/APIL points

Growing the new you
Brain injury rehabilitation as a different experience

This online training provides 8 presentations at an in-depth level by leading national clinicians, practitioners and researchers to describe and challenge the misconceptions that are held by some about clinical rehabilitation – in terms of research, outcomes, and the idea of a ‘final end point’ with respect to recovery after brain injury; and in the process of rehabilitation. How should the concept of neurorehabilitation be understood in real life?

What are the positive changes and opportunities that can be identified by a perception that rehabilitation is about reaching one’s potential, particularly for children and young people whose brains are still developing, rather than rehabilitating ‘back to’ something?

This programme was made in collaboration with Recolo and kindly sponsored by Royds Withy King

Some of the sessions covered include:

- Neuropsychological rehabilitation: what is it and what is its purpose

- Inventing Ourselves: the secret life of the adolescent brain

- PTSDI & TBI: Beyond the individual

- Network Dysfunction in paediatric TBI: update on the first UK-based study

This online training resource includes professionally filmed sessions, slides and a downloadable CPD certificate once all of the presentations have been viewed. These resources are not time limited and you will be able to view them within a time frame that is convenient for you.

This accredited training provides 5.5 CPD points which equates to a full days training, the cost is £50 + VAT.

We offer 50% discount to anyone working within the NHS & voluntary sector.

If you are not eligible for a discount and would like to place multiple bookings for either this resource or the others available, please contact us directly for a discount.

Presented by Recolo  
Sponsored by Royds Withy King Solicitors


If you are interested in accessing the online resources from any of our past conferences please email admin@abisolutions.org.uk

8th July 2020

FREE WEBINAR: How neuropsychological rehabilitation is resonding to remote working

We are delighted to have some of Recolo's highly experienced clinical psychologists who will be sharing their experience about how remote working can benefit or stall progress, how it differs to working in the ‘normal’ way and what the potential gains are for clients. The presentations will draw from qualitative and quantitative material, research and rehabilitation practice.

Neuropsychological rehabilitation as delivered in the community, is about engaging with and supporting clients and families in their home environment. In this period of lockdown and extended social distancing, Recolo's remote working practices have accelerated to now be 100% of their current working caseload. Recolo's work primarily aims to bring regulation and understanding to a family impacted by a brain injury.

This webinar is kindly supported by Team Brain Injury Support

Not able to join us? Book your place in order to have access to the recorded session.

Presented by ABI Solutions
Presented by Recolo


10th October 2018
One Great George Street Westminster London

Close Encounters of the Pain Kind

Addressing major issues in clients experiencing pain with a focus on pain management, research, frameworks for diagnosis and prognosis of post traumatic pain, fibromyalgia, causation aspects, complex regional pain syndrome and a psychiatric overview of trauma, brain injury and pain.

Presented by ABI Solutions
Sponsored by Team Brain Injury Support


10th May 2018
Central Hall Westminster, London, SW1H 9NH

IS IT WORTH IT?
Weighing up what is of value for life after Brain Injury

"What counts for most people in investing is not how much they know, but rather how realistically they define what they don't know."

Brain injury is the leading cause of severe disability. The financial costs for the country, in provision of acute medical treatment in hospitals and rehabilitation and care in the community or in long-term placements are high. Most importantly, it is also the costs to the clients and families in their sense of ‘wellbeing’, for instance, emotional stability, health, participation in life and security.

Do we actually know what these costs actually are and do they change over time? And how can we address these to dynamically balance the books in respect of an individual’s health and wellbeing, to achieve greater opportunities, productivity and quality of life, whilst also reducing uncertainties and financial costs.

This training aims to investigate the cost-benefits of ‘specialism in brain injury’ and investing knowledge, time and resources to achieve positive outcomes for individuals with brain injury and their families in developing their new lives.

Presented by Head First LLP
Sponsored by Oakleaf Group


15th March 2018
BMA House, London, WC1H 9JP

The Arts Therapies and Brain Injury Conference: Optimising Outcomes Across Assessment, Treatment and Care

There is now greater awareness of the clinical importance art and music therapies can play in furthering successful client outcomes as part of the overall MDT approach. Delegates will benefit from hearing the latest evidence based research from world leaders in this area as well as practical sessions where delegates can explore these approaches and gain understanding how implementation can help optimise outcomes in both the clinical as well as medicolegal setting.

Presented by Chroma
Sponsored by Bolt Burdon Kemp


8th February 2018
BMA House, Tavistock Square, London, WC1H 9JP

Brain Injury: Out of Focus
The identification and treatment of the lesser explored complications of brain injury

This conference will highlight the numerous potential complications and sequelae following brain injury.

Presenters will consider diagnosis, prognosis and treatment options of those lesser explored complications and discuss ways to ensure that brain injury complications are not missed or overlooked by case managers, lawyers and treating clinicians.

Presented by Leigh Day
Sponsored by Ascot Rehabilitation Ltd


12th October 2017
Pullman International Hotel, St Pancras, London, NW1 2AJ

Navigating the Mind Field: Mild Traumatic Brain Injury

Detailed look at the lesser explored issues of mild traumatic bran injury

Sessions will cover:

The aetiology, mechanism and structural changes in the brain in mild traumatic brain injury (mild TBI).

The effect of mild TBI on the functioning of the brain and mind.

The complex overlap with psychological trauma e.g. PTSD/psychiatric trauma and depression/anxiety, experienced by individuals with mild TBI.

How to quantify the neurological, psychiatric and psychological sequelae of Mild TBI by measuring the microscopic disruption of functional brain networks.

The medicolegal and personal implications of early accurate diagnosis of mild TBI.

New and advanced neuro imaging techniques and related technologies to monitor and quantify objective evidence of brain injury and response to treatment

Presented by Re:Cognition Health
Sponsored by Irwin Mitchell LLP


14th September 2017
Pullman International Hotel, St Pancras, London, NW1 2AJ

TECH CON 2017
Bring yourself up-to-date regarding technological developments across a wide range of different fields all in one go.

A brand new one-day conference for lawyers, case managers and clinicians focussing on the very latest innovations and cutting-edge developments in medical and assistive technology.

Presented by Cloisters
Sponsored by William Martin Property Consultants Limited


13th July 2017
One Great George Street, London, SW1P 3AA

My Life; My Injury
A focus on neurological injury and the actual impact of clinicians.

These presentations will analyse immediate trauma care, decisions taken by neurosurgeons, rehabilitation on the ward, decisions about onward rehabilitation and getting back to the home environment and will relate in particular to the impact of litigation.

From the point of injury to getting rehabilitation in place and beyond The day will be a series of presentations from the front line of those involved in the immediate and long term aftermath of a brain injury. It will analyse immediate trauma care, the decisions taken by neurosurgeons, the rehabilitation on the ward, the decisions about onward rehabilitation and getting back to the home environment.

The sessions will deal with the more challenging scenarios faced by many clinicians in the immediate aftermath of an injury and relate in particular the impact of litigation. It will in particular seek to deal with the immediate difficult decision that need to be taken by the legal team and the urgent steps that should be taken at the outset. It will then seek to deal with the longer term aftermath; lives shattered and consequences follow such as involvement in drugs, alcohol, inappropriate spending/relationships and the management of family relationships which have clearly broken down.

Presented by Fieldfisher
Sponsored by Neurohealth Case Management Services


15th June 2017
BMA House, London, WC1H 9JP

National Paediatric Brain Injury Conference
Through the Looking Glass: Rehabilitation after Brain Injury for Children & Young People

This conference will provide a national forum for specialists working with children and young people with brain injury, enabling them to explore and learn rehabilitation approaches and strategies.

Presented by The Children's Trust
Sponsored by Irwin Mitchell LLP


4th May 2017
Central Hall Westminster, London, SW1H 9NH

Riding the Rapids: Negotiating the Challenges of Life after Brain Injury

As experienced practitioners in the field of brain injury, all of us know better than to expect a totally smooth ride…

Challenges arise as a consequence of the very nature of brain injury; the dynamic balance between engaging and empowering the client whilst also keeping them safe. As professionals, travelling with the client on their journey through life, we also face our own challenges, often against a backdrop of limited resources, in addressing conflicting expectations, perspectives, needs and demands of the systems and individuals around the client.

Theses presentations are designed to assist us with negotiating these challenges, and include family perspectives, time-perception and client engagement, as well as hot topics such as decision-making, risk-taking, social media and sex.

Presented by Head First LLP
Sponsored by Oakleaf Group


22nd September 2016
Pullman Hotel, St Pancras, London

Innovations in Clinical Practice

The aim of these presentations is to inspire clinicians to think outside the box when there is a limited evidence base for intervention.

They will focus on brain injury related problems that clinicians encounter that receive less attention in literature.

You will learn ideas for treating some, often neglected, but never the less important consequences of brain injury. The sessions will also focus on implementation of treatment tools and approaches in a range of clinical settings.

Presented by The Oliver Zangwill Centre
Sponsored by Irwin Mitchell LLP


7th July 2016
London City Hall

Hidden in Plain Sight: Exploring often overlooked physiological, psychiatric and psychological deficits after brain injury

The examination of issues relating to brain injury and the impact on cases involving litigation. The course will provide an update on key issues and concerns in relation to neurology and litigation. Talks are from a solicitor, Counsel, Neurologist, Neuro-Radiologist, ENT expert, Neuro-ophthalmic Consultant and Occupational Therapist

Presented by Fieldfisher
Sponsored by Royal Buckinghamshire Hospital


19th May 2016
Central Hall, Westminster, London

Thinking Ahead: Life care planning and brain injury

Life care planning is a concept developed in the USA with its roots in experimental analysis of behaviour, developmental psychology and case management. Given that brain injury invariably has lifelong implications, these presentations aim to explore some of the elements of life care planning and to consider whether we can better meet the needs of clients and their families over time.

Presented by Head First LLP
Sponsored by Oakleaf Group


17th March 2016
Riverbank House, London Bridge, London

A Beautiful Mind
Helping us to better understand psychological and psychiatric sequelae, treatment and legal implications

These session aim to provide the user with an understanding of how solicitors approach and deal with difficulty psychiatric injuries and to increase awareness and understanding of psychiatric injuries. Users will gain a knowledge of the psychological therapies including psychodynamic, systemic and cognitive behavioural perspectives and have a better understanding on facial injuries and the impact it has on patients.

Users will also gain:
- an awareness of the neuroscientific basis of the Chimp Model and understand how it can be applied to recognise and begin to manage the sequelae of traumatic and significant life events.

- an understanding of the current definitions and diagnosis of functional neurological disorder and the overlap between physical precipitants, psychological precipitants and pre-existing personality and other factors in patients with functional neurological disorder. To also understand the treatment options and prognosis of patients with functional neurological disorder.

- an understanding of the complex decisions that have to be made as to whether or not someone's liberty should be taken away, how to medicate them and issues of diagnosis and treatment. To also gain a better understanding of the law as it applies to these specific cases.

Presented by Fieldfisher
Sponsored by Neurohealth Case Management Services


11th February 2016
London

Improving Child Brain Injury Outcome: From science to innovation in practice

Presentations at an in-depth level by leading national clinicians, practitioners and researchers to describe and challenge the misconceptions that are held by some about clinical rehabilitation – in terms of research, outcomes, and the idea of a ‘final end point’ with respect to recovery after brain injury; and in the process of rehabilitation. How should the concept of neurorehabilitation be understood in real life?

What are the positive changes and opportunities that can be identified by a perception that rehabilitation is about reaching one’s potential, particularly for children and young people whose brains are still developing, rather than rehabilitating ‘back to’ something?

Subjects to include:

- the neuroscience of brain development in adolescence along with philosophical challenges and questions about the concept of adolescence, and when this transitional period begins and ends

- the positive and creative changes for an individual following a brain injury: a story of recovery and living

- Neurorehabilitation goals within a story framework i.e. that aid the ‘story’ of rehabilitation in a scientifically valid and measurable way

- Paediatric neuroscience and brain scan research latest updates, particularly in relation to paediatric brain injury

- Trauma intervention development for use in brain injury

Presented by Recolo
Sponsored by Minster Law Ltd


15th October 2015
The Pullman Hotel, St Pancras, London

The Big Picture: How advances in neuroimaging and other new diagnostic biomarkers influence the evaluation of Brain Injury in clinical medicine, rehabilitation and in Court.

Session include:
Overview of diagnostic imaging for TBI , including latest biomarkers for mild brain injury.

Application of sophisticated diagnostics including functional brain imaging for understanding subtle neurological sequel of TBI.

The limitations of diagnostic biomarkers in 2015 in determining whether there is damage to the brain and or mind – the challenge for neuropsychiatry.

The critical role of diagnostic imaging and latest biomarkers for accurate evaluation of birth injury

How accurate diagnostic information underpins the quality of the Expert Witness report – a lawyer’s perspective.

How high quality diagnostic information shared by the MDT permits development of successful, individually designed, rehabilitation programmes for individuals with brain injury.

Presented by Re:Cognition Health
Sponsored by Fieldfisher


9th July 2015
St Pancras Renaissance Hotel, London

Court in the Middle

An examination of the Court Process from all angles and the impact the Courts have on those who have suffered Catastrophic Neurological Injuries

Presented by Fieldfisher
Sponsored by The Wellington Hospital, part of HCA Healthcare UK


14th May 2015
Central Hall, Westminster, London

The Neurofunctional Approach: Achieving Positive Outcomes in Everyday Life after Brain Injury

Presented by Head First LLP
Sponsored by Oakleaf Group


19th March 2015
Riverbank House, London Bridge, London

Fifty Shades of Pain

Presented by Fieldfisher
Sponsored by SweetTree Home Care Services


16th October 2014
The Pullman Hotel, St Pancras, London

How Can Neuroscience Better Inform Neurorehabilitation?

Presented by Care Plus Partnership
Sponsored by Fieldfisher


11th July 2014
St Pancras Renaissance Hotel, London

Rebuilding Lives Through Litigation

Presented by Fieldfisher
Sponsored by The Wellington Hospital, part of HCA Healthcare UK


16th May 2014
Central Hall Westminster, London

What Is So Special About Brain Injury?

Presented by Head First LLP
Sponsored by Galleon Care LTD


30th October 2013
The East Midlands Conference Centre (The University of Nottingham)

Finding the right balance

Presented by St Andrew's Healthcare
Sponsored by Fieldfisher


11th July 2013
St Pancras Renaissance Hotel, London

Managing Complex Neurological Injuries through Rehabilitation and Litigation

Presented by Fieldfisher


16th May 2013
Central Hall Westminster, London

Aiming Higher, Expanding Horizons: What does it take to thrive in Brain Injury?

An inquiry into the impact of positive attitudes and approaches on outcomes

Presented by Head First LLP


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