Assistant Professor in Rehabilitation Technology (Fixed-term, part-time)

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  • This is a fixed-term post available until 15th January 2025. Hours of work are part-time (14.5 hours per week).
  • For informal enquiries, please contact Emad Al-Yahya, Professional Lead for Physiotherapy & Sport Rehabilitation, via email at

Please note that applications sent directly to this email address will not be accepted.

NRC Events

NRC Rehabilitation Technologies Conference 2024

  • Date: Tuesday, 17 September 2024 09:30  to Wednesday, 18 September 2024
  • Time: 9.30 - 4pm
  • Venue: Monica Partridge Building University of Nottingham, Nottingham, England, NG7 2RD

Join us at the University of Nottingham for two days filled with innovative discussions and networking opportunities. This event is your chance to explore the latest advancements in rehabilitation technologies and connect with experts in the field. Don't miss out on this exciting opportunity to learn, share ideas, and collaborate with like-minded individuals.

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NRC News


The Grand Pavilion at the Chelsea Flower Show

National Rehabilitation Centre to receive special RHS Chelsea Flower Show garden as a ‘lasting legacy’

A special accessible garden created for the RHS Chelsea Flower Show with the National Rehabilitation Centre (NRC) in mind could become a therapeutic space to help NHS patients on their recovery journey after the London show.

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Topping Out Ceremony  

A significant milestone in the construction of the first NHS National Rehabilitation Centre (NRC) was cause for celebration this week for the project partners committed to making the facility a reality. The "Topping Out Ceremony" marked the building reaching its highest level and completion of the building’s frame, symbolising another important milestone in the journey of this pioneering rehabilitation centre.

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New drone footage for the NRC construction  

Newly-released drone footage, images and timelapse show progress of National Rehabilitation Centre (NRC) due to open in 2025. 
Construction of the first NHS National Rehabilitation Centre – a 70-bed purpose-built facility near Loughborough – continues to progress, with the concrete frame of the building almost complete.

See a video about the construction on Youtube
The £105million NRC project aims to transform rehabilitation care, research, and training in the UK, will be run by Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust, and is due to open to patients next year.  

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Lord Markham visits national Rehabilitation Centre as part of New Hospital Programme

The National Rehabilitation Centre (NRC) was pleased to welcome Health Minister Lord Markham for a tour of the construction site to see the progress of the revolutionary facility.

The visit included a tour of the construction site, as well as a comprehensive update on the plans for the centre which will provide life-changing support for patients following a serious illness or injury, and which aims to transform the field of rehabilitation on a national scale. 

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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. 

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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. 

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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. 

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Nottingham researchers help science come to life at the Summer Science Exhibition 2023

The National Rehabilitation Centre will be exhibiting at this year’s Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition.  Revolutionising Rehabilitation will demonstrate some of the latest scientific advances and allow the audience to try technologies for themselves. We aim to challenge everyone’s view of rehabilitation and show them how this cross-cutting work will directly shape the life potential of patients who have suffered serious injury or illness. 

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