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DoN Annual Networking Event and AGM: "Learning from each other"

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National Council For Voluntary Organisations

8 All Saints Street

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N1 9RL

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9.00: Arrival, Coffee & Registration

9.30: Welcome and Introduction

Katherine Carpenter, BPS DoN Chair

9.35: Keynote: Technological innovations in neuro-rehabilitation: a lifespan perspective

Dr Brian O’Neill (Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust, Glasgow)

10.15: Questions

10.30: Coffee

11.00: Information blitz session (clinical service and academic presentations) - see below

12.45: DoN awards

13.00: LUNCH

14.00: BPS Division of Neuropsychology 2017 Annual General Meeting

14.45: Parallel Afternoon Workshops (including tea break):

a) Paediatric Neuropsychology : Thinking about thinking in Paediatric Neuropsychology – the promise of Cognitive Remediation Therapy

Dr Ian Frampton (University of Exeter)

b) Adult Neuropsychology : Compassion focussed approaches in neuro-rehabilitation

Dr Charles Herriot-Maitland (Kings College, London)

c) Older Adult Neuropsychology : App-based enablement: interventions and aids for people with complex cognitive disorders

Dr Sharon Savage (University of Exeter) & Dr Aida Suarez Gonzalez (University College London)

16.30: CLOSE

4.45-5.30: Faculty of Paediatric Neuropsychology AGM


Information blitz session:

1. Dangerous conceits: The neuropsychology of Othello syndrome in Parkinson’s disease

Jennifer A. Foley, Thomas T. Warner & Lisa Cipolotti

National Hospital for Neurology & Neurosurgery

2. Screening for mental health in Children and Young People with Epilepsy (CYPwE); a pilot

Kirsten Verity

Royal Hospital for Sick Children, Edinburgh

3. A single-blind randomised controlled trial of mindful music listening to enhance cognitive recovery and mood after stroke (MELLO): feasibility and acceptability

Satu Baylan, Ciara Stiles, Maxine MacDonald, Jake Easto, Meigan McGinlay, Breda Cullen et al.

University of Glasgow & NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde

4. The test accuracy of the Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) in Stroke

Edgar Chan

National Hospital for Neurology & Neurosurgery

5. A Pilot Study of a 6 month Tai Chi Group for Acquired Brain Injury

Giles Yeates, Sonam Nagrani, Alison Smith, Jenny Dorney-Savage & Eachelle Khan

Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust & Enrych Bucks

6. Homelessness and brain injury: What role do we play as socially-conscious service providers?

Stephen Weatherhead

University of Liverpool

7. Mainstreaming the use of technology: Experiences of people with encephalitis and their supporters.

Carol Sampson

Integrity Neuropsychology Service

8. Network Dysfunction following Paediatric Traumatic Brain Injury

Célia Demarchi, Sara De Simoni, Adam Kuczynski, Quen Mok, Neil Wimalasundera, Faraneh Vargha-Khadem & David Sharp

Imperial College London

9. Team formulation (TF) in rehabilitation

Alicia Eccles & Sian Hocking

Cardiff and Vale University Health Board

10. A brief NBD Training Programme

Jon Scott & Isabel Ewart

Torbay and South Devon NHS Foundation Trust

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