Dr Claire Williams was recently awarded funding from the Independent Neurorehabilitation Providers Alliance (INPA) to support the delivery of a suite of acquired brain injury projects.

The funding represents the next step in an ongoing partnership between the Department of Psychology, College Human and Health Sciences (CHHS) and the Independent Neurorehabilitation Providers Alliance (INPA). The funding will support the delivery of multiple acquired brain injury projects, ranging from a pivotal piece of research to evaluate the effectiveness of contemporary neurorehabilitation, to the development and validation of a new psychometric instrument to capture complexity needs and rehabilitation inputs across neurorehabilitation services. The overarching goal of the research is to support the delivery of excellent care in neurorehabilitation, benefitting survivors of acquired brain injury as well as specialist health and social care providers.

Applications are currently being invited for the position of Research Officer to support the project. Interested parties can access the job advert here