Dr Andrew Bateman

United Kingdom Acquired Brain Injury Forum

Andrew has, since 2002, led the Oliver Zangwill Centre for Neuropsychological Rehabilitation in Cambridge Community Services NHS Trust. He is also an Affiliated Lecturer in the Department of Psychiatry, University of Cambridge; a member of the East of England Clinical Senate Council and the steering group for the NIHR MIC for Brain Injury.

Andrew is a Chartered Physiotherapist. He completed a PhD at the University of Birmingham in 1997 entitled "A Cognitive Neuropsychological Approach to Assessment of Patients with Brain Injury"
At OZC Andrew takes part in overseeing research, teaching and business management, working with the team to provide assessment and rehabilitation for clients from around the UK.

His current research interests are in the field of outcome measurement and the use of online assessment and learning platforms in neuropsychological rehabilitation. He provides research leadership for CCSNHST and is President of Society for Research in Rehabilitation 2018-20. In having a role in both UKABIF and SRR, one of his objectives is to ensure as close as possible links between the research community and our members.

He keeps a lively social media presence on twitter @ozcboss and blogs at storify.com/ozcboss & www.scoop.it/u/andrew-bateman

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Making Brain Injury Visible

Brain Injury is the leading cause of death and disability worldwide and leads to over 350,000 hospital admissions in the UK each year. Awareness of brain injury is very low amongst those unaffected and access to services is patchy.
Specialist Rehabilitation makes a huge difference to long term recovery and there is a strong evidence base to support its financial efficacy.
UKABIF is a small charity, which strongly believes in collaboration. We are working with other organisations to raise awareness of this field amongst parliamentarians, funding authorities, NHSE and the general public.


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