NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF BRAIN INJURY LITIGATION
A Medicolegal Handbook for Lawyers and Clinicians.
Edited by Phil S. Moore, Shereen Brifcani and Andrew Worthington
This accessible handbook focuses on the importance of neuropsychological evidence and the role of the neuropsychologist as expert witness in brain injury litigation. Combining the scientific and legal background with practical tips and case examples, this book is valuable reading for legal professionals, particularly those working in personal injury and clinical negligence, as well as trainees, students and clinicians in the field of neuropsychology, neurorehabilitation and clinical psychology.
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Headwise is pleased to announce the opening of our new Oxford service, to be led by Dr Alan Gray (Consultant Clinical Psychologist). This new office marks an expansion in our provision of clinical services in the south of the country, where we will be able to assist with a range of clinical roles, including:
* Neuropsychological and psychological rehabilitation for adults and children
* Cognitive assessment
* Diagnostic assessment for neurological conditions
* Evidence-based psychotherapeutic interventions for emotional and behavioural difficulties
* Cognitive rehabilitation
* Psychological support for families and caregivers
* Input to treating team as part of an MDT approach
* Training for staff/ family
* Medical legal assessments for mental capacity
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