Help shape future care for families affected by brain injury

Have you had a family member or friend admitted to hospital with a traumatic brain injury?  Would you like to help improve future care for other families and friends? If so, the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Brain Injury Healthcare Technology Co-operative (HTC) in partnership with Cambridge University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and University Cambridge are asking for your help. They are asking for family members and friends of people admitted to hospital following a traumatic brain injury to share their experiences with them and there are two ways you can do this.

Short survey

Firstly they are asking family and friends to complete a short survey about your experiences. This will give you the opportunity to talk more about your experiences, both the ups and the downs, with the choice of anonymity. You can find out more about the survey here.  

Family and carer workshop

Secondly, they are inviting family members and friends to participate in a family and carer workshop on Thursday 22nd September 2016 in Cambridge Central Library. The workshop will be from 10am to 1pm with lunch and refreshments provided, and travel expenses will be reimbursed. The workshop will be an informal discussion with family members, friends and carers to explore the anonymous findings of the survey and another opportunity to share your experiences. If you would like to attend the workshop or be sent a copy of the survey via email or post you can contact them by phone on 01223 336940 or email involve@brainhtc.org
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