Assistive Technology in Neurorehabilitation
Professor Nigel John presented our work with the Countess of Chester NHS Trust and CadScan Ltd to use virtual reality for cognitive rehabilitation of stroke survivors at the Assistive Technology in Neurorehabilitation conference, organised by Elysium Healthcare. The aim of the day was to bring together health professionals and researchers working in the field of neurorehabilitation who have a specific interest in, or who wish to learn more about, the use of technology in neurological rehabilitation. Presentations were delivered by leaders in this important and developing field, including: Dr Matthew Jamieson, Research Associate, Institute of Health & Wellbeing, University of Glasgow; Dr Sarah Thomas, Senior Research Fellow, University of Bournemouth; Professor Payam Barnaghi, University of Surrey; Professor Barbara A Wilson OBE; and Professor Narinder Kapur, University College London & Elysium Neurological Services.
More details of the day can be found on Twitter here.