Sarah Vibert

Neurological Alliance

Sarah has been Chief Executive of the Neurological Alliance since October 2016. Previously she was Director of Strategy and External Affairs at Epilepsy Society.

There she was responsible for strategy, business development, partnerships, policy, user involvement, and communications. Prior to working at Epilepsy Society, Sarah held a number of management roles in the charity sector and local government, including working in policy and strategic projects for the Mayor of London and in the Charities Office of HRH the Prince of Wales.

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Addressing the mental health needs of people with neurological conditions – Key recommendations

In 2017 the Neurological Alliance published the report – “Parity of esteem for people affected by neurological conditions”. It was a report that brought to the fore the cognitive, emotional and mental health needs of people with neurological conditions. This seminar will focus on the key recommendation outlined in the report in order to improve services and outcomes for people affected by neurological conditions.

EVEN MORE SEMINARS

  • Dr Camilla Nord: Speaking at the European Neurological Convention

    Dr Camilla Nord
    University of Cambridge

    Neurobiological predictors of response to tDCS-enhanced psychological therapy in depression

  • Morten Haugland: Speaking at the European Neurological Convention

    Morten Haugland
    Nordic-Neurostim ApS

    Technologies for the neurologically impaired motor system

  • Lynn Vale and Vicky Knight: Speaking at the European Neurological Convention

    Lynn Vale and Vicky Knight
    Odstock Medical Limited

    Basic to advanced use of NMES in Neuro Rehabilitation.

  • Dr Steven Ariss: Speaking at the European Neurological Convention

    Dr Steven Ariss
    University of Sheffield and P-CNS

    Evidencing the ‘Value’ of a Neurorehabilitation – How to present outcomes data to support a service.

  • Dr. Susan Mollan: Speaking at the European Neurological Convention

    Dr. Susan Mollan
    University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust

    What every neurologist needs to know about optical coherence tomography