Leading professionals who work with brain injury patients and their families will be gathering virtually on Wednesday 18 November, for our 18th annual Hugh James Brain Injury Conference.
Specialist consultants, psychologists, nurses, lawyers, and academics will all come together to share their expertise and insights around the current issues impacting their field. Discussions will include how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting patients and claims, the challenges around paediatric neurorehabilitation and the latest on lobbying for improvements for all living with acquired brain injury.
The free event will take place on Wednesday 18 November between 10am-12:30pm and will be of interest to clinicians, healthcare professionals, therapists, social workers, case managers and charity workers.
Speakers include senior leaders from Alder Hey Children’s Hospital, Cardiff and Vale University Health Board, Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospital, and the Acquired Brain Injury Forum.
Reflecting on the conference, Andrew Harding, Partner and Head of the Hugh James Neurolaw team, said today:
“Every year, we’re honoured and delighted to bring together some of the most influential and remarkable people who dedicate their lives to the service and rehabilitation of those who affected by brain injury. Events like these provide opportunities for professionals to reflect and learn from each other. Even though the COVID-19 pandemic prevents us from meeting face to face, we’re pleased we can still provide a forum for sharing knowledge and good practice in this important arena.”
About our team
Hugh James has extensive experience in providing support and advice to people who have suffered catastrophic injuries. Ourlegal team of specialists provide expert advice and services to ensure people get the best care, treatment and rehabilitation and provide a holistic service for individual clients, their families, case managers, therapists and clinicians – with a focus on early rehabilitation through a multi-disciplinary approach.