Exploring plasticity in neurorehabilitation

Acquired Brain Injury admissions in the UK have increased by 10% since 2005-6. Between 2016- 2017, there were approximately one ABI admission every 90 seconds to UK hospitals. ...
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Brain Changer Arts Project: Dance and Crafts Workshops for Children and Young People

There are approximately half a million children and young people in the UK living with neurological conditions. It can be hard for many of these youngsters to move freely, make basic hand movements or take part...
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MAKING CREDIBILITY IN NEUROSCIENCE A REALITY

We talk to the BNA’s own Dr Georgina Hazell, Head of Policy & Campaigns, and RSE/BBSRC Enterprise Fellow at the University of Bristol, about what ‘credibility’ means to her and why working together is the way...
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Is nutrition the key for good mental health?

Several studies have shown the relation between nutrition and mental health. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), 1 in 4 people are affected by mental or neurological disorders at some point in their lives. Around...
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Can a Good Diet Aid Stroke Recovery?

After a stroke, the rehabilitation process can be a long and difficult one. Luckily, there are a number of different therapies available, which are often chosen to suit the wants and needs of the person who...
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Mental Health Matters

Mental Health Awareness Week was founded by the Mental Health Foundation and will take place from the 13th-19th May 2019. The Mental Health Foundation has collected great knowledge over the past 60 years which has been...
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European Neuro Convention Post Show Review

The European Neuro Convention 2019 can only be described as a massive success. There were over 3,500 visitors in attendance at Europe’s only trade event dedicated to brain and spine experts, discovering new technologies from the...
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Parkinson's Awareness Day

The 11th April 2019 marks World Parkinson’s Day, a campaign ran by Parkinson’s UK with the aim of showing the reality of life with the disease. Parkinson’s UK carried out research that has proved that a...
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Parkinson's Awareness Day

The 11th April 2019 marks World Parkinson’s Day, a campaign ran by Parkinson’s UK with the aim of showing the reality of life with the disease. Parkinson’s UK carried out research that has proved that a...
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The European Neuro Convention Supports Brain Awareness Week

Brain Awareness Week was first observed in 1995 in an attempt to raise public awareness for the benefits of brain research. Having been witnessed for the past 22 years, the week remains a time of the...
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How to make the most of this years European Neuro Convention

The European Neuro Convention is just two weeks away, and it’s time to start considering how to get the most out of your time at the event....
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Rogue Resolutions at European Neuro Convention

At Rogue Resolutions, we have always believed in the importance of developing and maintaining strong links between industry and academia, particularly with regards to the fields of neuroscience and brain research....
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