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6th Pacific Rim Conference (INS/ASSBI/CCN)

NR-SIG-WFNR Mini-Conference

Dear colleagues,


We hope you enjoyed our Mini-Conference, we loved bringing it to you, if you missed out you can still watch here.


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We took 5 of the highest ranked abstracts that were submitted for the 17th conference and put together a 3-hour mini conference. We hope you enjoy this free zoom presentation which is proudly supported by ASSBI, Routledge and Goal Manager.

COSTS - FREE

Programme

Chair and Opening - Satu Baylan

Barbara Wilson: Similarities and differences between bereaved parents and parents of a person with a very severe brain injury: What can we do to help?

Lucy Ymer: Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Sleep Disturbance and Fatigue Following Acquired Brain Injury

Alison Perkins: Retrieving Resiliency: Identity-focused Rehabilitation for Young People following Acquired Brain Injury

Jacinta Douglas: Couples living with the consequences of severe traumatic brain injury: Coping efforts and marital satisfaction

Catherine Doogan: Gotcha!: The experiences of creating a digital intervention and trial participation in people with dementia and their carers. A study of co-design using qualitative methods

Michael Perdices: Are single case studies reported in the neurorehabilitation literature methodologically robust?

Closing and plans for 2021 Conference Jennie Ponsford/Tamara Ownsworth

Thank you to our SUPPORTERS

#nrsigwfnr2020

Neuropsychological Rehabilitation Special Interest Group of the WFNR

SPEAKERS

Professor Barbara Wilson, Chairperson, NR-SIG-WFNR

Barbara 

Wilson

Ms Lucy Ymer, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia

Lucy 

Ymer

Ms Alison Perkins is from the UK

Ali 

Perkins

Professor Jacinta Douglas, La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia

Jacinta 

Douglas

Dr Catherine Doogan, UK

Catherine 

Doogan

Dr Michael Perdices, NR-SIG-WFNR Secretary

Michael 

Perdices