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News

The Helpline and office hours for the end of the year are as follows: Monday 18 December: Helpline open as usual from 9am to 4pm. Office open. Tuesday 19 December: Helpline open as usual from 9am to 4pm. Office open.   Wednesday 20 December: Helpline open as usual from 9am to 4pm. Office open.   Thursday 21 December: Helpline open from 9am to 2pm. Office open. Friday 22 December: Helpline...

We are very pleased to announce that on 16 April 2018 we will be organising a study day at the Royal Society of Medicine, in London, for health professionals interested in extending their knowledge of neurovascular conditions. The event will include expert speakers talking on a variety of issues and is CPD accredited. The full programme is still being finalised, but if you would like to...

We are honoured to announce that the BMA (British Medical Association) has highly commended Brain & Spine Foundation's publication on subarachnoid haemorrhage in its Patient Information Awards this year.  "The resource seems to offer a comprehensive resource for patients and, from the entry details, it is clear that patients value it. It is balanced and strikes a good balance between...

The 'Life after a Subarachnoid Haemorrhage' workshop on Saturday morning at the Holiday Inn Bloomsbury, London, was a success! We want to thank everyone who came and helped put it together.  A huge thanks to our speakers, Dr. Carleen Scott, Laura O'Flaherty and Matt Wingfield. Brain & Spine Foundation is looking forward to reading the feedback forms submitted by the attendees so we can...

Do you have, or are affected by, a neurological condition and live in Wales? If so, the Wales Neurological Alliance wants your views on how best to capture health care experiences of people who are affected by neurological conditions through creating a fit-for-purpose, Wales wide survey. With your valuable input, the Alliance aims to have a Patient Reported Experience Measure (PREM) that can...

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