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ACPIN East Anglia Study Day: Translating Research into Clinical Practice

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School of Health Sciences, Queens Building, Norwich Research Park, Norwich, Norfolk, NR47TJ

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9:15-9:30am Registration

9:30-9:35am Introduction – Rebecca Rayner, ACPIN EAST ANGLIA Chair

9:35-11:15am “Brain Recovery is preferable to Behavioural Compensation after Stroke: Translation between Neuroscience and Clinical practice” – Professor Val Pomeroy, University of East Anglia

11:15-11:45am Break

11:45-12:30pm Standing Up in MS – Wendy Hendrie, Norwich MS Centre

12:30-12:50pm DM Orthotics

12:50-1:10pm ARNI

1:10-2pm Lunch (Sponsored by DM Orthotics)

2-2:35pm Impact of Intensive Hyper-acute neurological rehab, Kelly Saunders, Barts Health, London

2:35-3:10pm Mixed methods investigation of an innovative Upper Limb programme for Stroke, Amanda Strawson, National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, London

3:10-3:45pm Physiotherapist’s views on Respiratory Management in Parkinson’s Disease – Nikki Walker, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital

3:45-4pm Reflections and Close


Lunch included – Please email beckz84@msn.com with any dietary requirements.


**FAO members and students - On the day please remember your ACPIN number or student ID**

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