News, Events and Opportunities
The EPSRC Next Generation Technologies Network+ is recruiting for a Research Associate / Fellow in Rehabilitation Technologies. This is a two year fixed-term, full-time position. Closing date is Tuesday 9 August 2022. Full details about the role can be found on the University of Nottingham website, click here to find out more: NRC Opportunity
Voices from Trauma to Resilience and Growth Conference
Friday 22 July 2022, 9.30am to 4.15pm
The conference is open to students (primarily those who are on or have graduated from the MA Trauma Informed Practice), PhD students, staff, and others who are working in trauma-related spheres.
Book your place before bookings close on Friday 15 July here: Voices from Trauma to Resilience and Growth Conference
Rehabilitation Research in Practice
Thursday 8 September 2022, 9.30am to 3pm
In association with the National Rehabilitation Centre (NRC) the first in a series of Rehabilitation Research in Practice events will be held at the National Centre for Sport and Exercise Medicine - East Midlands, view on a map here.
This one-day event will showcase research of the NRC focussed on motivation and adherence to rehabilitation programmes. The event is aimed at healthcare professionals, but is open to anyone with an interest in the topic.
Attendance is free but registration is essential as numbers are limited. Click here for details of the programme and to book your place: Rehabilitation research in practice : Motivation
NRC appoints IHP as main building contractor
The National Rehabilitation Centre (NRC) Programme has appointed Integrated Health Projects (IHP) as main contractor to construct the NRC. Find out more.
Technology developed by new network could be “transformative” for rehabilitation
A new network connected to the National Rehabilitation Centre (NRC) is bringing together technology experts to develop next-generation solutions to transform clinical rehabilitation. Find out more.
Civilians and military to take part in major study to improve concussion prognosis
Experts from the University of Nottingham are part of a major new study aimed at identifying new ways to accurately predict whether patients will develop long-term complications as a consequence of concussion. Find out more.