Dr Anita Rose

Primary Care & Community Neurology * (The Raphael Hospital)

Dr Rose, a Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist, is well known in the field of Brain Injury.

She is widely published in peer-reviewed journals, written many patient self
help booklets and co-authored books on late recovery from the vegetative state and Locked-in Syndrome.

She is a sought after speaker across the globe with her message being one of empowerment to both people who have neurological conditions and to health professionals who work in the field of neurology.

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Mental Health After Brain Injury

This session will consider the psychological changes that often occur following a brain injury, such as depression, anxiety and anger. Such changes have a significant impact on all areas of a person’s life, and also those around them. The main outcome of this session is to provide information and strategies to support those who experience psychological change following a brain injury.

EVEN MORE SEMINARS

  • Graham Race: Speaking at the European Neurological Convention

    Graham Race
    Queen Elizabeth Foundation Accessible Aviation

    Your Guide to Flying with a Disability

  • Prof Jenny Freeman: Speaking at the European Neurological Convention

    Prof Jenny Freeman
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    Balance and falls in neurological conditions- what does the evidence tell us?

  • Dr Neil Bindemann: Speaking at the European Neurological Convention

    Dr Neil Bindemann
    Primary Care and Community Neurology Society

    Why is the ‘Inflamed Mind’ relevant to neurological illness?

  • Dr Adrian Parry-Jones, Emily Birleson, Dr Camilla Sammut-Powell: Speaking at the European Neurological Convention

    Dr Adrian Parry-Jones, Emily Birleson, Dr Camilla Sammut-Powell
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  • Sarah Vibert: Speaking at the European Neurological Convention

    Sarah Vibert
    Neurological Alliance

    Addressing the mental health needs of people with neurological conditions – Key recommendations