The Primary care and Community Neurology Society (P-CNS) invites you to attend and participate in this unique one day event and evening concert. The purpose of which, is to capture and capitalise on the thoughts and views of people who have a passion for supporting the mental health and holistic needs of people undergoing neurorehabilitation. We encourage all those who wish to attend ‘Mind, Medicine and Music’ to bring with them their passion, experiences and knowledge gained while caring for people who have lived or are living through any illness or condition arising from damage to their Peripheral or Central Nervous System (PCNS).
The aim of the event is to stimulate discussion, encourage networking, generate innovative thinking and to enjoy the day, in order to identify ways to achieve excellence in neurorehabilitation.
We then invite you to end what we hope will be an inspiring day, by enjoying an open air concert, also in the wonderful grounds of the Raphael Hospital. Music will be provide by different musical groups including the Sevenoaks and Tonbridge Concert band, Hilden Brass with some choral music included.
The profits from this event will be divided between the Brain Tumour Charity and Chasing Connors Cure.
Col Dame Kelly Holmes – Building mental fitness and coping with trauma
- What Does ‘Excellence’ in Neurorehabilitation look like?
- Achieving ‘Excellence’ – What should we be measuring?
- What is Lifestyle Medicine and how can it support neurorehabilitation?’
- The role of art therapies in achieving ‘Excellence’
- Improving access to Neurorehabilitation in the Community
- Trauma, inflammation and the gut health – what’s the relevance?
- Living through a brain injury – a neuropsychologist’s perspective
PANEL DISCUSSION – Reaping the benefits of a community neurorehabilitation service.
We are thrilled to announce that Diana Speed, Radio 4 Newsreader and continuity announcer at BBC Worldwide, will be moderating and chairing the panel discussion.
Evening concert in the ground of the Raphael Hospital – concert goers will be able to wonder in the wonderful grounds of the hospital and enjoy refreshments and additional musical entertainment will be provided prior to the concert. You may wish to bring a picnic rug.
We are delighted that double gold Olympian, Dame Kelly Holmes, who recently released a compelling 11-part podcast series focusing on mental health, will open a day that invites the thoughts and ideas of people with a passion for identifying ways to help achieve excellence in neurorehabilition. The developing line up includes
Derick Wade (invited), Professor in Neurorehabilitation
Dan Thomas (confirmed), Neurologic Music Therapist
Helen Speare (confirmed), Speech and Language Therapist
Anita Rose (confirmed), Consultant Neuropsychologist
Paul Orme (invited), Physiotherapist
Rob Lawson (confirmed), GP and Chair of the British Society of Lifestyle Medicine
Gerhard Florschutz (invited), Director, Raphael Hospital
Joanna Fillingham (invited), Deputy Chief Allied Health Professions Officer
Neil Bindemann (confirmed) Exec Director, Primary care and Community Neurology Society
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