Dr Elizabeth Iveson

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Dr Liz Iveson is an experienced Consultant Stroke and Elderly Physician specialising in Stroke and Neurorehabilitation and in the care and management of patients with complex longer term Neurological conditions within the community. She works within the NHS and Private sector, and within Secondary care and the Community. This has given her a unique overview of the challenges in the long term management of patients after Acquired brain injury, the accessibility of ongoing rehabilitation- and why not to ‘give up’.

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From Secondary to Primary care and beyond.. Challenges in the longer term management and rehabilitation following Stroke and Acquired Brain Injury. Wh

Patients and relatives are often told recovery after stroke and ABI plateaus or stops after 12-18 months. The access to ongoing specialist Neurorehabilitation within the community and management of longer term complications such as spasticity, fatigue and pain is challenging and often inadequate. There is increasing evidence that recovery is possible many months post ABI; raising the question who actually plateaus or stops – is it us rather than the patient?

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  • Dr. Jenny Brooks: Speaking at the European Neurological Convention

    Dr. Jenny Brooks
    The ABI Team

    Neurobehavioural Rehabilitation In The Community

  • Dr Claire Hanley: Speaking at the European Neurological Convention

    Dr Claire Hanley
    Swansea University

    Stimulating the Ageing Brain

  • Dr Ines Violante: Speaking at the European Neurological Convention

    Dr Ines Violante
    University of Surrey

    Multimodal brain stimulation in brain injury

  • Andrew Bateman PhD MCSP: Speaking at the European Neurological Convention

    Andrew Bateman PhD MCSP
    University of Essex, School of Health and Social Care

    Neuropsychological Rehabilitation Research: how to win funds and change services

  • Dr Mohamed Sakel, FRCP: Speaking at the European Neurological Convention

    Dr Mohamed Sakel, FRCP
    East Kent University NHS Hospital

    Clinical trials using Robotics for mobility rehabilitation