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Webinar: Poor outcomes following mild traumatic brain injury

Tuesday, 23rd February @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

A graphic of a human brain advertising our Poor outcomes following mild traumatic brain injury webinarConsultant Neuropsychologist Daniel Friedland looks at why some people have a poor outcome following a mild traumatic brain injury.

Poor outcomes following mild traumatic brain injury webinar

Daniel Friedland, Consultant Neuropsychologist, joins us for this webinar which will focus on the reasons why some individuals make a poor recovery following a mild traumatic brain injury. This includes factors such as underestimating the severity of the traumatic brain injury, pain, psychiatric factors, disrupted sleep and fatigue. Symptom exaggeration also needs to be considered in these cases. The findings from diffusion tensor imaging will also be considered in this talk.

This webinar is aimed at catastrophic injury and clinical negligence lawyers, but may also be of interest to case managers and therapists who support clients following bringing personal injury claims.

About our speaker for Poor outcomes following mild traumatic brain injury webinar

Daniel Friedland is a Consultant Neuropsychologist who has worked in neurorehabilitation since 1999. He is an honorary clinical research fellow in the Division of Brain Sciences, Department of Medicine at Imperial College London where he provides neuropsychology input in this neurology-led traumatic brain injury service and is part of the multi-disciplinary treating team. He also works as a Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist at PPCS in London. Daniel has particular experience in setting up NHS community neuropsychology services for people suffering from acquired and traumatic brain injuries and has written articles on brain injury including classification systems of TBI and outcome following TBI.

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Fees for this webinar:

Member firms may book free places at this webinar and will receive unlimited access to the recording for a period of 9 months from 23rd February 2021.

  • Free places for Brain Injury Group members
  • A limited number of free places are available for charities, for information email enquiries@braininjurygroup.co.uk
  • £29 + VAT for everyone else

Accredited by APIL Training (1 hour litigator/senior litigator).

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After the live webinar, a recorded version will be available for 9 months through our brain injury training webinars page.

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Brain Injury Group training event Sponsors

With thanks to Premex+ sponsors of our brain injury training programme

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Premex+ can be used in conjunction with the BIG Network, a full medico-legal package providing services on a menu operated basis with the facility to defer payment through Premex+

  • obtaining medical records from GPs, hospitals and clinics
  • sorting, paginating and analysing medical records
  • advice from neuro clinicians on appropriate medical disciplines and individual experts
  • instruct neurological experts via Premex+ with the ability to liaise with them directly
  • multi-disciplinary medico-legal reports are available individually or as a collaborative report
  • access to rehabilitation services, accommodation assessments and occupational therapy which can also benefit from the deferred funding provided by Premex+.

Find out more about Premex+ in their Brain Injury Group services listing

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Date:
Tuesday, 23rd February
Time:
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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Website:
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6393849641940755724