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SRR 2024 Conference – save the date 30/01/2024

Save the date!  Society for Research in Rehabilitation Winter Conference  We are pleased to announce the next SRR conference:   Date: Tuesday 30 January 2024 Location: Cicely Saunders Institute, King’s College London Symposia: Rehabilitation in frailty and palliative care Speakers confirmed: Prof. Matthew Maddocks: Dr. Jo Bayly: Management of breathlessness for activity and […]

Neuropalliation and the End of Life: The Clinical, Ethical, Legal and Pastoral issues relevant to excellent care Event 18.05.2023

Neuropalliation and the End of Life: The Clinical, Ethical, Legal and Pastoral issues relevant to excellent care Event 18.05.2023 –  9:30 am – 4:30 pm, Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability Neuropalliative Care seeks to embrace all the principles and practices of primary and specialty palliative care, applying them to the specific needs of patients with neurologic illness […]

CRA Standards and Data Group Report

Community Rehabilitation Alliance (CRA) Standards and Data Group Report The SRR is a member of the Community Rehabilitation Alliance (CRA). The alliance is a partnership of more than 50 charities and professional bodies who are all committed to improving commissioning, planning and delivery of rehabilitation. Community rehabilitation has long been recommended as a system to […]

Ingrid Wilkinson, SRR Council member talks to Frontline

Adults with a learning disability (LD) experience poorer health than the general population. They have a shorter life expectancy and are at greater risk of premature death. Although they have the same rights to access mainstream health services as the general population and can expect reasonable adjustments to be made to enable this, they regularly receive […]

Rehabilitation research, practice and education in the era of COVID-19

Rehabilitation research, practice and education the era of COVID-19’ This was the theme of our 2020 conference, jointly hosted with the British Society of Rehabilitation Medicine, Association of Chartered Physiotherapists for People with Learning Disabilities, and supported by the European Forum for Research in Rehabilitation, like many events in 2020 went online. As you will all have seen rehabilitation was highlighted publicly and politically by the pandemic. Before […]

Rehabilitation Matters

Rehabilitation Matters is a new website aims to promote a better understanding of rehabilitation, to improve the practice of rehabilitation, to disseminate research and other information relevant to rehabilitation, and to increase access to good rehabilitation for all patients who need it. It will provide education for anyone, it will provide specialist rehabilitation knowledge and skills to any […]