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.
Single-Case Experimental Designs for clinical research and neurorehabilitation settings: Planning, conduct, analysis and reporting by Robyn L. Tate and Michael Perdices.
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
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
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.