• Providing Community Rehabilitation – Learning from Experience
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  • 12th Mar 2013

  • Report of the Community Therapists Network Annual Conference, 28th of November 2012 Reviewed by:  Professor Pam Enderby, UK The Community Therapists Network 2012 annual conference was set up to help teams from across the UK to share different approaches of providing community rehabilitation and intermediate care. The Network had become aware of the many different […]

  • The 34th Advanced Clinical Neurology Course
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  • 31st Jan 2013

  • Image shows course organisers: From left – Dr Richard Davenport (Consultant Neurologist, Edinburgh), Judi Clarke (Academic Personal Assistant), Professor Charles Warlow (Emeritus Professor of Neurology, Edinburgh). Seeing Beyond the Gene – Second National Conference on Huntington’s Disease Conference details: 10-11 September 2012, John McIntyre Centre, Edinburgh First, Edinburgh. Reviewed by: Dr Louise Davidson, Research Registrar, […]

  • Seeing Beyond the Gene – 2nd National Conference on Huntington’s Disease
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  • 31st Jan 2013

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 Dr George El-Nimr, conference organiser (in the middle) with the conference speakers. Conference details: 26 April, 2012, Stoke-on-Trent, UK. Reviewed by: Dr George El-Nimr, Consultant Neuropsychiatrist/Clinical Tutor. Clinical Lead for Neuropsychiatry and Older Adult Psychiatry. Having received overwhelming support and approval of the first national conference in 2010, the second event did not […]

  • 4th Annual UKABIF Conference
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  • 31st Jan 2013

  • Conference details: 13 November 2012, National Motorcycle Museum, UK. Reviewed by: Louise Blakeborough on behalf of UKABIF. Over 150 doctors, case managers, personal injury lawyers, social care workers, voluntary organisations and care providers attended the meeting. The programme highlighted the need for long-term rehabilitation following a brain injury to maximise optimal patient recovery – a […]

  • 3rd Annual Parkinson’s Disease (PD) Expert Series Meeting
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  • 31st Jan 2013

  • Conference details: 23-24 November 2012, London, UK. Reviewed by: Dr Deepti Zutshi, Neurology Specialist Registrar, Department of Neurology, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust, Nottingham, UK. The 3rd Annual PD-Expert Series Meeting took place from 23-24 November 2012 in London, UK. Over 150 delegates representing Consultant Neurologists and Elderly Care physicians, PD nurse specialists, GPs, specialist […]

  • The International Spinal Cord Society 51st Annual Scientific Meeting
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  • 31st Jan 2013

  • Conference details: 3-5 September 2012, London, UK. Reviewed by: Susan Charlifue, PhD, FACRM, Senior Principal Investigator, Craig Hospital, Englewood, Colorado and Chair, ISCoS Scientific Committee Background The International Spinal Cord Society (ISCoS) returned to England, its founding nation in 2012 for the 51st Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM) on September 3rd-5th. With a backdrop of the […]

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  • Magstim Neuroscience Conference and Workshop 2012
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  • 11th Dec 2012

  • The constituency of the meeting is a wide array of clinical practitioners, physiologists and cognitive neuroscientists, who are positioned on a spectrum of engagement with brain stimulation from people who are developing the use of new forms of stimulation through to people who wish to use brain stimulation as a tool for aiding people with brain injuries…

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