The NR-SIG is for clinicians and researchers in a multitude of disciplines interested in the rehabilitation of people across the lifespan with cognitive, emotional, psychosocial and behavioural deficits caused by acquired brain injury or neurological disease (both progressive and nonprogressive). The main objectives of the NR-SIG can be downloaded here
Travellers' Tales Iran - an article by Barbara Wilson and Jill Winegardner on their trip to Iran to give a 4 day workshop and two lectures - Download now
NR-SIG-WFNR Committee is set out below
Caroline van Heugten
Admin and PCO
PLEASE NOTE THAT ONLY NR-SIG-WFNR members will get discounted entry to all future conferences. If you are already a WFNR member email Margaret Eagers, who is the SIG's Executive Officer and PCO, with your membership number, the country in which you work and your professional background (e.g. Neuropsych, Speech, OT, etc) and she will make you a NR-SIG-WFNR member free of charge. To join WFNR go to http://wfnr.co.uk/ and join up for €30. Click here to see if you are an NR-SIG-WFNR member.
Past Conference Programs with Abstracts and Conference Reports
8th Conference (2011); 9th Conference (2012); 10th Conference and Report (2013); 11th Conference and Report (2014); 12th Conference Report (2015); 13th Conference Programme and Report (2016); 14th Conference Programme and Report (2017) 15th Conference Programme (2018); 16th Conference Programme and Report (2019)
Psychology Press EXCLUSIVE OFFER for NR-SIG-WFNR members - 20% OFF all their books. Use the code AF024
Prof Barbara A. Wilson is the Editor of a book series entitled: "After Brain Injury: Survivors' Stories". Ava Easton has the latest book out in the series called "Life After Encephalitis A Narrative Approach" order this and the other books in the series by clicking on the book cover to get 20% off as a NR-SIG-WFNR member.
Life After Brain Injury
by Wilson, Winegardner and Ashworth
by Wilson, Robertson and Mole
Surviving Brain Damage After Assault by Wilson, Dhamapurkar and Rose
Life After Encephalitis A Narrative Approach