Dr Karen Beaulieu
University of Plymouth
Dr Karen Beaulieu completed her PhD in 2016 and researched the lived experience of return to paid work following a brain injury. Karen has been an Occupational Therapist since 1984 working in Kent, the Midlands, Bristol, Bath and Northampton specialising in Neurology and Neuropsychiatry. Karen completed her MSc in 2001 and researched the management of aggression following a brain injury. She has been a lecturer since 2002 and following her PGCTHE has taught at both Northampton and Plymouth Universities as well as being an External Examiner at Cardiff, Glasgow, Norwich and Ulster Universities.
Return to paid work following a brain injury
Return to paid work following a brain injury in the UK is currently difficult to achieve. This session will explore solutions to enabling individualsï¿½ to effectively return to paid work.
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