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Learn about brain injuries, the rehabilitation journey, from diagnosis and treatment to the ongoing support and independence.
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Research helps Brainkind deliver the best care to the people we support.
Every aspect of our long-term recovery programme is informed by research, improving specialist knowledge, changing standards, and offering new hope.
Our research goal is simple – improve the lives of people with brain injuries by consistently investigating new ways to produce better clinical outcomes.
The Committee evaluates All Brainkind research, with processes in place to monitor and assess whether they add value for the people we support.
Outcome reports featuring the research from Brainkind’s brain injury rehabilitation services are published annually.
Brainkind has built a network of experts keen to get involved in peer-reviewed research, policy changes and new projects. But we’re also always open to new proposals.
The so called “loneliness epidemic” is a paradox of today’s society. Despite innovations like the internet and social media facilitating connections between people across the World, we are lonelier than ever with an estimated 3.83 million people in Great Britain experiencing chronic loneliness.
After a brain injury, it is easy to lose connection with one’s past life, as individuals and as a couple. Previous research suggests this can have a bad effect on the relationship and on the psychological wellbeing of the couple…
When we said last year that “things have been very busy indeed”, we had no insight of what was to come. 2023 brought with it a lot of positive changes, as well as growth within Brainkind…
We’re always looking for new ideas and approaches to brain injury care. Want to engage with Brainkind?
Everyone with brain injuries has unique needs. To help as many people as possible, our network of hospitals, assessment and rehab centres, and community support services are designed to help people live fulfilled lives.