Andrew Bateman PhD MCSP

University of Essex, School of Health and Social Care

Dr Bateman is a Chartered Physiotherapist, and Reader in rehabilitation research. As Director of the NIHR Research Design Service for East of England, he provides support for clinicians looking to apply for research funds. As President of the Society for Research in Rehabilitation, he champions excellence in rehabilitation research. As chair of trustees for the United Kingdom Acquired Brain Injury Forum he has been involved in lobbying to improve services for people with brain injury.

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Neuropsychological Rehabilitation Research: how to win funds and change services

Examples of recent advances in rehabilitation of cognitive, emotional and social problems that arise from brain injury will be woven around an exploration of some of the current funding opportunities for rehabilitation research. This talk is for you if you’re interested in neuropsychology, brain injury rehabilitation research or research funding.

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