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Research helps Brainkind deliver the best care to the people we support.

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Why research matters

Every aspect of our long-term recovery programme is informed by research, improving specialist knowledge, changing standards, and offering new hope.

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Our research priorities

Our research goal is simple – improve the lives of people with brain injuries by consistently investigating new ways to produce better clinical outcomes.

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Research guidelines

The Committee evaluates All Brainkind research, with processes in place to monitor and assess whether they add value for the people we support.

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Outcome reports featuring the research from Brainkind’s brain injury rehabilitation services are published annually.

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RESEARCH DIGESTHighlights from the British Neuropsychological Society (BNS) Autumn Meeting

Highlights from the British Neuropsychological Society (BNS) Autumn Meeting

Natalia Masztalerz, Brainkind’s Assistant Psychologist (Outcome Measures) shares her insights after attending the British Neuropsychological Society (BNS) Autumn Meeting.

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RESEARCH DIGESTResilience-in-the-Face-of-Adversity-The-Experiences-of-Brainkind-Support-Staff-During-the-COVID-19-Pandemic.

The Experiences of Brainkind Support Staff During COVID-19

During the COVID-19 lockdown Brainkind’s dedicated support staff continued to provide an excellent service for the people we support.

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Every interaction is rehab: Pioneering approaches, research and practice

The week commencing September 18th 2023 was a memorable one for Brainkind.

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