e work with other organisations within the brain injury and neuro-rehabilitation sector to conduct research which can help inform policy and best practice going forward, and ultimately allow us to provide the best possible care and support, and effective rehabilitation for individuals affected by acquired or traumatic brain injury or long-term neurological conditions.
INPA members formed a collaborative project to explore the measures currently used across their respective services in order to assess both their suitability for capturing the diverse characteristics of neurobehavioural disability, and the effectiveness and outcomes of neurobehavioural rehabilitation. It is hoped that the results of the project can be used to further inform national initiatives, such as UKROC. Please click here to access a leaflet about this project.
Our Research Officer, Aimee Pink, presented a poster about this research at UKABIF’s Conference on 5th November 2018. To review the poster please click here