A multicentre cohort analysis of a national clinical data set has shown that specialist rehabilitation can be highly cost-efficient for all neurological conditions, producing substantial savings in ongoing care costs, especially in high-dependency patients. The data from the UK specialist Outcomes Collaborative (UKROC) was published in the British Medical Journal (Turner-Stokes et al 2016).
Just wanted to let you know that I completed the half marathon in aid of UKABIF.
Thank you so much for all your kind messages of support and donations.
I’m a newbie to running and was worried I wouldn’t be able to complete the course so everyone’s good wishes really helped and led to raising £500 for the charity…Amazing Thank you!
If you are taking part in an event this year and would like to raise sponsorship for UKABIF please get in touch – we need your support!
UKABIF are looking for an intern to support the lobbying and media side of its communications function. This is a flexible, part time post for a self-starter educated to degree level with knowledge of parliamentary processes, understanding of the media, experience of the voluntary sector and admin processes. Please click on the pdf below for further information and application information. NB Closes May 3rd
‘Commissioning Guidance for Rehabilitation’ published by NHS England this month, is a new tool, intended not only for use by commissioners in commissioning rehabilitation services for their local population, but it also contains useful information for patients, their families, clinicians and provider organisations.
On Sunday I am running the Plymouth Half Marathon for UKABIF – please sponsor me see https://www.ukabif.org.uk/donation ! Thank You!
UKABIF aims to educate, inform and provide networking opportunities for professionals, and to raise the profile of ABI and campaign for better services in the UK.