The BIRT Conference 2013

Date
Time
25th - 26th September 2013
Venue
Hilton Wembley Hotel
Location
Lakeside Way, Wembley, London, HA9 0BU
This two day conference is dedicated to exploring latest developments and strategies for the treatment and rehabilitation of people with acquired brain injury. The first day's plenary sessions provide an opportunity to hear international speakers present their latest research and theories. Day two is devoted to symposia and practical workshops, enabling delegates to participate in debate, discussion, learn new techniques and share good practice.The BIRT Conference 2013 - New horizons in brain injury rehabilitation: research and practice will give delegates new ideas, approaches and inspiration to use in their work with people with acquired brain injury.

Who should attend

Professionals working in acquired brain injury including clinical psychologists, neurologists, psychiatrists, rehabilitation medicine specialists, general practitioners, physiotherapists, speech and language therapists, occupational therapists, social workers, care managers, case managers, rehabilitation support workers, statutory and voluntary sector care providers, and personal injury lawyers. Representatives from Clinical Commissioning Groups, the National Commissioning Board, and Commissioning Support Units, who wish to develop knowledge about brain injury rehabilitation

Learning outcomes

  • To be aware of scientific developments and their implications for brain injury rehabilitation
  • To be aware of the latest technology available for assessment, rehabilitation and long-term support of individuals with a brain injury and their families
  • To be aware of the latest research in brain injury rehabilitation
  • To be updated on the latest practices in brain injury rehabilitation
For more information and to book a place visit The Disabilities Trust website 
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