NR-SIG-WFNR Mini Conference - FREE via Zoom
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NR-SIG-WFNR Mini Conference - FREE via Zoom

07/07/2020
When: 07/07/2020
8:30am - 11:30am
Where: Zoom

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There are a series of short talks from speakers covering paediatric, adult, and older adult neuropsychological rehabilitation including a talk by Michael Perdices on Single Case Experimental Design.

See info here:

https://www.mersevents.com/NR-SIG-WFNR-Mini-Conf.html

 

This webinar will be taped. Please register and a link will be sent to view afterwards:

https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_kVmtY6scQSej2Uv16qkXuQ


Programme

Chair and Opening - Satu Baylan
  • Barbara Wilson: Similarities and differences between bereaved parents and parents of a person with a very severe brain injury: What can we do to help? 
  • Lucy Ymer: Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Sleep Disturbance and Fatigue Following Acquired Brain Injury
  • Alison Perkins: Retrieving Resiliency: Identity-focused Rehabilitation for Young People following Acquired Brain Injury 
  • Jacinta Douglas: Couples living with the consequences of severe traumatic brain injury: Coping efforts and marital satisfaction
  • Catherine Doogan: Gotcha!: The experiences of creating a digital intervention and trial participation in people with dementia and their carers. A study of co-design using qualitative methods
  • Michael Perdices: Are single case studies reported in the neurorehabilitation literature methodologically robust?
Closing and plans for 2021 Conference Jennie Ponsford/Tamara Ownsworth

  

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