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The Oxford Institute of Clinical Psychology Training held a highly successful two-day workshop on the Neuropsychology of Acquired Brain Injury at St Anne’s College, Oxford on 17-18th December 2015.

The speakers were leading Clinical Neuropsychologists, Medical Consultants and Researchers within the field of Acquired Brain Injury.  They included: Professor Jonathan Evans from Glasgow University; Professor Glyn Humphreys from the University of Oxford; Professor Derick Wade, Consultant and Professor of Neurological Disability from the Oxford Centre for Enablement; Professor Sarah Pendlebury, Associate Professor in Medicine and Old Age Neuroscience, Dr Ian Baker, Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist, Dr Simon Prangnell, Principal Clinical Neuropsychologist, Mr Tim Lawrence, Consultant Neurosurgeon from the John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford; Dr Giles Yeates, Principal Clinical Neuropsychologist, Dr Andy Tyerman, Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist and Dr Nigel King, Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist from the Community Head Injury Service, Aylesbury; Dr Stephen Gunning, Consultant Clinical Psychologist from Charing Cross Hospital, London.

A key feature of the workshop was the way the presentations mirrored a patient’s journey over the two days from an acute medical setting through to post-acute, out-patient and community rehabilitation.

Comments from delegates included:
“Fabulous and useful event – high quality speakers, interesting programme, great food and friendly organisers – it’s been wonderful!”   “This was a brilliant 2-day workshop.  Thank you”   “Really excellent!”   “Excellent speakers and topics”   “Excellent range of comprehensive and accessible lectures”   “Excellent quality of lectures and material”