A new report by the Centre for Mental Health – ‘Traumatic brain injury and offending. An economic analysis’ – points…
Event: Next ABIL Conference – Improving the Pathway after Brain Injury
At the next conference, there will be presentations on: • the role of neuro navigators in London; • the commissioner’s perspective; • Headway…
Irwin Mitchell Sep 13, 2016 ...more info
Event: Next UKABIF Annual Conference: From Surviving to Thriving with Brain Injury
The programme will look at the consequences of increased survival after acquired brain injury over the past decade. It will…
The Royal Society of Medicine Nov 14, 2016 ...more info
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