Amelia Hursey has worked in the field of dementia and neurodegeneration research for almost 10 years, specialising in Parkinson''s. She has been part of the Parkinson''s UK team for over 4 years and in her current role as Research Participation Lead specialises in helping increase research participation by linking with people affected by Parkinson''s, health care professionals and researchers. She is also working on new ambitious projects to help increase research transparency.
Sharing research opportunities
To introduce health care professionals to when and how people affected by Parkinson''s what to hear about opportunities to take part in research and how this can improve their clinical practice.
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Dr Karen Beaulieu University of Plymouth
Return to paid work following a brain injury
Shauna Kearney Birmingham Children’s Hospital
The neuropsychology of Inherited metabolic disorders
Mr Sam Walmsley The London Orthotic Consultancy
Optimising orthotic outcomes by challenging conventional practice.
Vaidy Narayanan Bionic Yantra India
Robotic Rehabilitation from India - challenges and opportunities- a first-hand view
Dr Hilary Gunn University of Plymouth
Making sense of Systematic reviews in neurorehabilitation