UKABIF Film Award The UKABIF Film Award will acknowledge, recognise and reward a short film, of no more than three minutes, which raises awareness of the benefits of neurorehabilitation following an Acquired Brain Injury.
Mike Barnes Award for Innovation The award is being run in collaboration with the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Brain Injury MedTech Co-operative, one of eleven MedTech and In Vitro Diagnostic Co-operatives (MICs) funded by NIHR across the UK.
The Award is open for entries from everyone with an innovative project/concept in the management of Acquired Brain Injury that has originality, viability, feasibility and desirability. The Award will recognise and celebrate the most credible innovative project/concept and provide the winner with support to take it further.
Last year's winner was Goal Manager. Dr Penny Trayner has made a short film about how the Innovation Award has helped the over the past 10 months. To view please click here.
The Stephen McAleese Award for Inspiration Nominations are sought for those who really make a difference to the lives of those with acquired brain injuries. You can make a nomination via our simple online form.
UKABIF Public Engagement Award Extend the reach of your research by participating in the poster sessions of the UKABIF Summit. The award will be determined by our summit delegates as the most accessible and engaging at the event.
UKABIF is a registered charity number 1128284 and a company limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales Company Number: 6520608. Address of the Company's Registered Office: Box 2539, Kemp House, 152-160 City Road, London, EC1V 2NX