Announcing our new partner; The Queen's Nursing Institute!
The Queen’s Nursing Institute (QNI) have formed partnerships with three of the UK’s leading social care exhibitions; the Dementia, Care and Nursing Home Expo, the Home Care Expo, and the European Neuro Convention, all held on... SEE MORE
Mental health: A changing culture
Attitudes to mental health around the world are slowly but surely changing, but what more can be done to ensure that the future of mental health is a positive one? ... SEE MORE
Dad walks his daughter down the aisle thanks to EKHUFT research trial
A dad was able to achieve his dream of walking his daughter down the aisle at her wedding thanks to ground-breaking research at East Kent Hospitals Trust.... SEE MORE
Couple hope clinical trial will allow them to share their first dance together
A Dumfries couple are fundraising to pay for trips to the other end of the UK for a clinical trial they hope will mean they can enjoy their first dance together at their wedding.... SEE MORE
The power of music in neurorehabilitation
Music is an essential feature for almost everyone. We listen to it when waking up, while we commute; it is our constant companion. Music provides us with emotions, brings us memories and helps us to express... SEE MORE
“Likes and comments to blame for mental health pressures”
“Quantifiable feedback, such as ‘likes’ and comments on photos, is likely to focus this attention on physical appearance.” Says NHS psychologist... SEE MORE
Brain injury and the great outdoors
A growing body of evidence links exercise and outdoor activity with recovery from traumatic brain injury (TBI). Here Fiona Nixon, of Calvert Reconnections, explains the benefits of physical activity in rehabilitation.... SEE MORE
Exploring plasticity in neurorehabilitation
Acquired Brain Injury admissions in the UK have increased by 10% since 2005-6. Between 2016- 2017, there were approximately one ABI admission every 90 seconds to UK hospitals. ... SEE MORE
Brain Changer Arts Project: Dance and Crafts Workshops for Children and Young People
There are approximately half a million children and young people in the UK living with neurological conditions. It can be hard for many of these youngsters to move freely, make basic hand movements or take part... SEE MORE
MAKING CREDIBILITY IN NEUROSCIENCE A REALITY
We talk to the BNA’s own Dr Georgina Hazell, Head of Policy & Campaigns, and RSE/BBSRC Enterprise Fellow at the University of Bristol, about what ‘credibility’ means to her and why working together is the way... SEE MORE
Is nutrition the key for good mental health?
Several studies have shown the relation between nutrition and mental health. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), 1 in 4 people are affected by mental or neurological disorders at some point in their lives. Around... SEE MORE
Can a Good Diet Aid Stroke Recovery?
After a stroke, the rehabilitation process can be a long and difficult one. Luckily, there are a number of different therapies available, which are often chosen to suit the wants and needs of the person who... SEE MORE