Affiliation: Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust
- Efficacy of rehabilitation for functional skills more than 10 years after extremely severe brain injuryLiz Parish
Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust, Burgess Hill, West Sussex, UK
Neuropsychol Rehabil 17:230-43. 2007..To determine whether gains in personal independence can be achieved in individuals 10 or more years after very severe acquired brain injury...
- The development of a measure of motivational changes following acquired brain injuryMichael Oddy
Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust, Horsham, Horsham, UK
J Clin Exp Neuropsychol 30:568-75. 2008..41) but results suggest that the relative version has the stronger predictive value. The potential uses of the measure in relation to theory and practice are discussed...
- The development of a measure of emotional regulation following acquired brain injuryCharlotte Cattran
Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust, Horsham, UK
J Clin Exp Neuropsychol 33:672-9. 2011..Results suggest that the relative version has the stronger predictive value. The potential uses of the measure in relation to theory and practice are discussed...
- Cost-benefits associated with social outcome from neurobehavioural rehabilitationAndrew D Worthington
Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust, Birmingham, UK
Brain Inj 20:947-57. 2006..To carry out a clinical and cost-outcome evaluation of a neurobehavioural post-acute rehabilitation programme in the UK...
- Cost effective ways of facilitating home based rehabilitation and supportMichael Oddy
Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust, Slinfold, West Sussex, UK
NeuroRehabilitation 32:781-90. 2013....
- The clinical and cost-benefits of investing in neurobehavioural rehabilitation: a multi-centre studyMichael Oddy
Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust, Horsham, West Sussex, UK
Brain Inj 27:1500-7. 2013..The aim of this study was to investigate the cost-benefits of a residential post-acute neurobehavioural rehabilitation programme and its effects on care needs and social participation of adults with acquired brain injury...
- Return to work following moderate-to-severe traumatic brain injurySarah McCrimmon
West Kent Neurorehabilitation Unit, Sevenoaks Hospital, Sevenoaks, Kent, UK
Brain Inj 20:1037-46. 2006..To investigate the role of cognitive functioning, fatigue, mood and behaviour in return to work (RTW) following moderate-to-severe traumatic brain injury...