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RT @ChgComm: Very interesting article on reality of CPR. Associated #braininjury also never mentioned on TV #hypoxia @Abilforum @HeadwayUK
RT @tonyhartabi: I recall the NHS launched a drive to improve access for homeless people to healthcare but it would be interesting to know…
RT @HeadwayELondon: This #ValentinesDay we're showing love to our favourite organisations doing incredible things for brain injury survivor…
RT @HelenKeats: A really important issue for services to consider when working with homeless people. Cognitive impairment through ABI and c…
@RhonddaBryant @UKABIF Great to see Chris Bryant raising the issue of brain injury in the House!
RT @ProfNAlderman: @Abilforum Given the high prevelence of head injury (43-53%), that rates of hospitalisation for HI are 5x that of the ge…
Article rejecting the idea that homeless people don’t value health & are apathetic in seeking healthcare. Concludes that homeless people will use accessible care. 20 years on, are our Brain Injury services accessible to homeless people? #ABILhomelessness https://t.co/BALYKhSRfY
RT @ChrisCEOHopson: One other thing I forgot to say from @NHSBartsHealth visit - importance of investing properly in neuro rehab. Question…
RT @Johnbloggs20: Homeless people with terminal illnesses could be offered automatic right to housing https://t.co/GTvJlrnIP4 #homeless
RT @HeadwayUK: Every 90 seconds someone in the UK is admitted to hospital with a brain injury. By donating £10 a month to Headway you can h…
Looking forward to our AGM and conference on Epilepsy after Brain Injury on March 20th. If you are interested in attending, or joining our committee please see our website https://t.co/eZRW0I0nw3
RT @JCS1064: Looking forward to our next ABIL @Abilforum conference on epilepsy on March 20th, when we will be joined by an epilepsy suppo…

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