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Annual Conference 2019

UKABIF Annual Conference

11th November 2019
The Royal Society of Medicine
1 Wimpole Street, London, W1G 0AE

UKABIF are delighted to announce details for their annual conference,
which will take place in London on 11th November 2019

Programme:

Chairs: Dr Andrew Bateman and James Piercy

 

Registration, Exhibition and Networking will commence at 9am, at 11am we will observe the two minutes silence for Remembrance Day.

 

Outcome and impact of traumatic brain injury: national and international insights

Professor David K Menon MD PhD FRCP FRCA FFICM FMedSci

Head, Division of Anaesthesia, University of Cambridge

Honorary Consultant, Neurosciences Critical Care Unit, Addenbrooke’s Hospital

Professorial Fellow, Queens’ College, Cambridge

Emeritus Senior Investigator, National Institute for Health Research, UK

Chair, European Brain Injury Consortium

 

Return To Work Toolkit for Procter & Gamble employees with brain injury, their managers, peers and families.

Dr Raymond Lynch, Research and Development, Procter & Gamble

 

The power of group experience - an African adventure

The Namibia 2018 Silverliners

 

Integrating Mental Health in to Neurosciences & Neurorehabilitation
Dr Mike Dilley, Consultant Neuropsychiatrist in NeurorehabilitationBrain & Mind 

 

NHS Injury Costs Recovery: The case for change

Trevor Sterling, Partner, Medical Relations, Moore Blatch

 

APPG for Acquired Brain Injury

Chris Bryant, MP, Liz Twist and Sir John Hayes
Dynamic Trio of MPs deliver their aspirations for the APPG for Acquired Brain Injury

 

Communicate, educate, monitor, adapt: supporting children and young people with an ABI in the education system

Dr Emily Bennett and Dr Emily Talbot 

Consultant Clinical Psychologists in Paediatric Neuropsychology

Nottingham Children’s Hospital

 

Developing an evidence base around community pathways and patient experience following brain injury

Professor Diane Playford Professor of Neurological Rehabilitation, University of Warwick and Consultant in Rehabilitation Medicine, South Warwickshire Foundation Trust

Ines Kander PhD student University of Warwick

 

Screening of the UKABIF Film awards followed by presentations of the UKABIF awards and drinks Reception

Please note the conference will close between 5-5.30 pm

  

Early bird rates until 31/7/2019

Members £190, Non Members £245, NHS/Voluntary/Public Sector £99


Normal Rates

Members £215, Non Member £265, NHS/Voluntary/Public Sector £99

 

Attendees:

This conference will appeal to Allied Health Professionals with backgrounds in psychology, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, speech and language therapy from the NHS as well as private providers. It is relevant to; Medical practitioners including neurologists, neuropsychiatrists and consultants in rehabilitation medicine, Nursing staff including specialist brain injury nurses, Legal professionals including specialists in brain injury and clinical negligence, Case Managers, Specialist Care providers, Voluntary Organisations working in the brain injury field, Social Workers and social care professionals, Commissioners and other NHSE and local authority care managers

To view the programme PDF click here

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Exhibition Opportunities

Exhibition

Limited opportunities are available to exhibit at this event. The benefits of exhibiting include:

  • Two free delegate places
  • Full refreshments throughout the day including early lunch
  • Choice of two exhibition stand sizes to suit your needs
  • Logo in the programme
  • Assistance with logistics and planning your day
Please email admin@ukabif.org.uk for further details.

 

Sponsorship

There is one remaining sponsorship opportunity for this event. The benefits of sponsorship include:

  • Four delegate places
  • Banner ad and link through from the UKABIF
  • conference webpage
  • Spacious exhibition stand in a prime position
  • Logo and copy in the programme
  • Insert in the delegate pack
  • Endorsement on all communications regarding this event which will cover the full marketing programme
  • Invitation to the post event reception
Please email admin@ukabif.org.uk for further details.
 

Our Sponsors

Our Sponsors

Contact UKABIF
Box 2539, Kemp House, 152-160 City Road
London, EC1V 2NX
Telephone
0345 6080788
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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