• Davinia Fernandez-Espejo

Launching a PDOC working party within The Central England Rehabilitation Network (CEReN).

We are launching a working party on PDOC as part of CEReN. Our aim is to bring together researchers and experts in PDOC rehabilitation from across the UK. Our first management meeting will be at the University of Birmingham on the 8th of December.

CEReN brings together clinicians and researchers working in the field of rehabilitation.

Our aim is to improve the lives of people with disability by..

  • Sharing excellent clinical practice

  • Providing education and training rehabilitation for all disciplines

  • Enabling the growth of rehabilitation research

  • Supporting academic career development for rehabilitation professionals

  • Increasing the numbers of participants recruited to research studies

  • Involving patients and carers in research development, evaluation and dissemination.

Clic here for more information about CEReN.


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