About the seminar
Acquired Brain Injury Ireland is delighted to host our annual seminar to showcase the latest brain injury research in Ireland.
The aims of the seminar are to:
- Increase the profile of brain injury research conducted in Ireland
- Create opportunities for researchers for dissemination of research findings to key clinicians and other allied health care professionals
- Grow our brain injury research community and create opportunities for networking an information gathering
Clinicians, allied healthcare professionals and other interested parties (academics, researchers, students)
We have a wide range of speakers presenting the latest evidence on their specialist topics. Indicative topics include aphasia in stroke, loneliness and brain injury, music therapy, cognitive group interventions, technology and concussion. We are currently working on the final programme and will post it to this page when available.
Chairperson - Dr. Loraine Crawley, Acquired Brain Injury Ireland (Senior Clinical Psychologist)
Chairperson - Dr. Brian Waldron, Acquired Brain Injury Ireland (Senior Clinical Psychologist)
Dr. Niamh Lowe (Psychology)
Molly Manning, University of Limerick (Speech and Language Therapy)
Dr. Philip O’Halloran, Beaumont Hospital (Neurosurgery)
Dr. Carol Rogan, NUI Maynooth (Psychology)
Professor John Ryan, SVUH (Emergency Medicine) INVITED
Rebecca O’Connor, NRH (Music therapy) INVITED
Charge for participants
€30 per person.
Learning credits awarded from the Psychological Society of Ireland.
Attendance certificates available.