2021fri28may9:30 am1:00 pmNational #BrainPower Research SeminarAcquired Brain Injury Ireland is delighted to announce that our fourth annual brain injury research seminar takes place as a virtual event on Friday 28 May 2021 (9.30am-1.00pm).
Acquired Brain Injury Ireland is delighted to announce that our 4th annual #BrainPower brain injury research seminar takes place as a virtual event on Friday 28th May 2021 (9.30am -
Acquired Brain Injury Ireland is delighted to announce that our 4th annual #BrainPower brain injury research seminar takes place as a virtual event on Friday 28th May 2021 (9.30am – 1.00pm).
The theme for the 2021 event is Brain Injury Research in Ireland: How research is helping us respond during a global pandemic. We know it is not the same as meeting up face-to-face, but we still think it is really worthwhile to connect our lively and engaged brain injury research community together on an annual basis.
About the seminar
Acquired Brain Injury Ireland is delighted to host our annual seminar virtually to showcase the latest brain injury research in Ireland live and online.
The seminar aims to:
- Increase the profile of brain injury research conducted in Ireland
- Create opportunities for researchers to disseminate their research findings to key audiences
- Grow our brain injury research community and create opportunities for networking, innovative thinking and information gathering
Who should attend?
Clinicians, allied healthcare professionals and other interested parties including academics, researchers and students.
There is a €30 fee to register for the event.
Programme and speakers
Leading experts working in the field of brain injury will present the latest evidence on their specialist topics. Indicative topics include: neurosurgical services; cost effectiveness of neuro-rehabilitation services; pediatric brain injury and rehab; rehabilitation outcomes (IRE-ROC) the experience of using technology during the pandemic; and the lived experience of the rehabilitation pathway during COVID-19.
Invited speakers include:
- Dr. Phil O’Halloran, Neurosurgeon, Beaumont Hospital and Royal London Hospital
- Dr. Eileen Mitchell, Health Economics Researcher, Global Brain Health Institute, Trinity College Dublin
- Dr. Rosie Mangan, Postdoctoral Researcher, Stirling University and Brain Injury Advocate
- Dr. Karen Foley, National Service Manager, Acquired Brain Injury Ireland
- Dr. Amanda Carty, IRE-ROC Programme Manager, National Rehabilitation Hospital
- Dr. Irwin Gill, Consultant Pediatrician, Children’s Health Ireland, Temple Street
- Dr. Brian Waldron, Principal Clinical Neuropsychologist, Acquired Brain Injury Ireland
- Dr. Lorraine Crawley, Senior Clinical Psychologist, Acquired Brain Injury Ireland
- Barbara O’Connell, Founder and Chief Executive, Acquired Brain Injury Ireland
Approval pending for two learning credits as part of their Continuing Professional Development (CPR) as awarded by the Psychological Society of Ireland. Attendance certificates available.
How to register
Fill in the form below with your name and email address, and pay the fee using our online payment platform. You will receive the Zoom link by email a few days prior to the event. This link is exclusive to you and not to be shared.
Please note that the maximum capacity is 100 participants and places will be filled on a first come, first served basis.
We will make the draft programme with biographies available in the coming weeks. Keep an eye on this page for further updates.
(Friday) 9:30 am - 1:00 pm