Professor Ann Ashburn
University of Southampton
Professor Ann Ashburn was the Chief Investigator of the PDSAFE trial. She leads an internationally recognised research programme into the rehabilitation and the management of falls and has published widely. Her background is in physiotherapy and she has specialised in the rehabilitation of people with neurological conditions in particular Parkinson’s disease and stroke.
PDSAFE: clinical trial of fall prevention among people with Parkinson’s
A two group randomised controlled trial of the effectiveness of PDSAFE, an exercise and strategy programme for falls management among people with Parkinson’s. This is the largest trial in the world to be conducted with people with this condition. 541 participants were recruited and 18 physiotherapists from 8 clinical sites were involved in the delivery of the intervention.
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Dr Camilla Nord University of Cambridge
Neurobiological predictors of response to tDCS-enhanced psychological therapy in depression
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Impulsivity and brain injury rehabilitation
Khashayar Pazooki Groupe Psylux S.A. / Neuroacademy Luxembourg
QEEG /ERP & psychometry into an individualized & personalized medicinal treatment Model of psychiatric disorders
Dr Terry Gorst University of Plymouth
Rehabilitation in Parkinson’s disease: Is exercise the new ‘medicine’?
Mark Madams Kings College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Implementing Advanced Nurse Practitioner programme in Neurosciences