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The Story of a Clinical Neuropsychologist by Barbara A. Wilson

From a disadvantaged childhood to becoming one of our best-loved clinical neuropsychologists, this exceptional book tells the life story of Barbara A. Wilson, who has changed the way we think about brain injury rehabilitation.

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Single-Case Experimental Designs for clinical research and neurorehabilitation settings

Planning, conduct, analysis and reporting by Robyn L. Tate and Michael Perdices.

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Rebuilding Life after Brain Injury by Sheena McDonald, Allan Little and Gail Robinson

The next book in Barbara A. Wilson’s After Brain Injury: Survivor Stories

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The authors were invited to the Edinburgh International Book Festival in August and there is a panel discussion on Youtube talking about the book: CLICK HERE to hear this

The Inpatient Functional Communication Interview: Screening, Assessment and Intervention

by Robyn O’Halloran, Linda Worrall, Deborah Toffolo and Chris Code

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Reinventing Emma

by Emma Gee

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Family Experience of Brain Injury: Surviving, Coping, Adjusting

by Jo Clark-Wilson & Mark Holloway

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Mark Holloway has Chapter 10: Hidden in plain sight: Social work, acquired brain injury and missed opportunities for change in the UK textbook: The Care Act 2014: Wellbeing in Practice Edited by Suzy Braye and Michael Preston-Shoot.

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