Conference Program

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  • 27/06/19
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    7.30am: Arrival – Drop Posters at Registration Desk
    Conference Foyer
    Registration desk
    Welcome and Opening Address
    Manuel De Falla Room
    Chair: 
    Alfonso Caracuel
     8.30

    Welcome and Introduction - Representatives of Academia, Politics and Program Chair

     8.40

    Professor Barbara A. Wilson– Opening Address
    Is it time to move on from SMART goals?

    Speakers:
    Session 1 - Daily-life, family and insomnia after ABI
    Manuel De Falla Room
    Chair:

    9.00

    Isabel Gosselt Cognitive complaints during daily-life activities in brain tumour patients; toward better understanding of complaints and cognition functions

    9.15 Bert Lenaert The momentary and time-lagged relationships between daily activities and post-stroke fatigue using experience sampling methodology
    9.30 Penny Analytis The experience of the sibling relationship when one sibling has an acquired brain injury
    9.45

    Sharon Buckland It depends who you ask: Insights from dyadic relationships and mixed methods into concepts of loss after acquired brain injury

    10.00
    Satu Baylan Incidence and prevalence of post-stroke insomnia: a systematic review and meta-analysis
    10.15
    Panel Discussion 
    Morning Tea
    Exhibition Hall

    Morning tea

    Session 2 - Datablitz
    Manuel De Falla Room
    Chair: 
    11.00

    Ieke Winkens Psychometric properties and feasibility of the Clinician’s Rating Scale for evaluating Impaired Self-Awareness and Denial of Disability after brain injury (CRS-ISA-DD) (Datablitz 1)

    11.05 Eline van Lieshout The effect of non-invasive brain stimulation on post-stroke cognitive function: a systematic review (Datablitz 2)
    11.10

    Sharon Savage Word training in a case of alcohol-related brain damage: maintenance and transference to everyday activities (Datablitz 3)

    11.15
    Leanne Rowlands Focus on feelings: A mixed-methods evaluation of an emotion-oriented brain injury treatment programme (Datablitz 4)
    11.20
    Helena Thornley Stepping into a patient’s confabulations to step out of them together: An MDT approach to treating confabulations (Datablitz 5)
    11.25
    Alvaro Javier Cruz Gomez Cingulate cortical thinning as an early marker of brain damage and cognitive impairment in early diagnosed Multiple Sclerosis patients (Datablitz 6)
    Session 3 - Understanding and improving social participation
    Manuel De Falla Room
     
     Chair:
    11.30 Lee Cubis Using social identity mapping to understand the impact of brain tumour on social groups and identity: A qualitative study
    11.45 Irene Renaud - Activities and participation six months after mild traumatic brain injury in children and adolescents: the Brains Ahead study, a prospective longitudinal cohort study
    12.00 Christian Salas A Chilean study on social isolation after acquired brain injury
    12:15
    Bert Lenaert Rehabilitation Interventions for improving social participation after traumatic brain injury: Systematic review and meta-analysis
    12.30
    Panel Discussion
    Poster Session 1
    Exhibition Hall
    Poster Session 1 - showcasing Datablitz Posters from Sessions 2 and 5 and Thursdays Posters
    1:15 PM  -  2:00 PM
    Lunch  (Thursday Lunch)
    Restaurant
    Lunch buffet
    Session 4 - Key factors in rehabilitation: feedback, working alliance, training others
    Manuel De Falla Room

    Chair:

    2.00

    Anneke Terneusen Non-confrontational feedback to increase awareness of deficits during cognitive rehabilitation after brain injury

    2.15

    Nicholas Behn A systematic review of training for communication partners of people with traumatic brain injury (TBI)

    2.30

    Jennie Ponsford Factors associated with working alliance and homework compliance and their association with response to cognitive behavioural therapy for anxiety and depression following traumatic brain injury

    2.45

    Wendy Longley Neuropsychological assessment feedback as a psycho-educational therapeutic intervention: a randomised controlled trial with cross-over and follow-up in patients with multiple sclerosis

    3.00

    Jacinta Douglas Development and evaluation of participant led videos to train support workers of people with severe acquired brain injury

    3.15

    Panel Discussion

     

    Afternoon Tea
    Exhibition Hall

    Afternoon Tea

    Session 5 - Datablitz
    Manuel De Falla Room

    Chair:
    Fergus Gracey
    4.00

    Aicha Dikshoorn The incidence of cognitive impairment and longitudinal cognitive change in patients with breast cancer: a systematic review of longitudinal studies (Datablitz 7)

    4.05 David Lucena-Anton Virtual reality interventions to improve quality of life after stroke: a meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials (Datablitz 8)
    4.10 Monica Rosu Stanciu Orbitofrontal and ventromedial circuits, mental disorder and dissociation (Datablitz 9)
    4.15 Jessica Bruijel The relation between effort and fatigue in traumatic brain injury patients (Datablitz 10)
    4.20
    Christine Resch Participation as the ultimate outcome of paediatric rehabilitation: a systematic review of measurement properties (Datablitz 11)
    4.25Nicole Sugden Predicting use of digital, nondigital, and interpersonal memory aids in everyday prospective memory tasks (Datablitz 12)

    Session 6 - Rehabilitation for children and adolescents: Goals and effectiveness
    Manuel De Falla Room
    Chair: 

    4.30
    Anna Adlam - The clinical and cost effectiveness of Teen Online Problem Solving for adolescents who have survived an acquired brain injury in the UK: A randomised controlled feasibility study (TOPS-UK) 
    4.45
    Irene Renaud - Effectiveness of the Brains Ahead! intervention: A randomized controlled trial in school-aged children with mild traumatic brain injury and caregivers
    5.00
    Suncica Lah Treatment for insomnia in adolescents with moderate to severe traumatic brain injury: A feasibility multiple baseline single-case series
    5.15
    Robyn McCarron Understanding the Neuropsychological Rehabilitation Goals of Children with acquired brain injury through the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health: Children and Youth Version
    5.30
    Lisa Edelkraut Beneficial effects of donepezil alone and combined with intensive naming therapy in traumatic childhood aphasia
    5.45
    Panel Discussion
    Welcome Drinks brought to you by TANDF
    Conference Foyer

    Come and meet other delegates for a drink on the first night of the conference between 6pm-7pm. This is included in registration costs but please tick so we have catering numbers.

  • 28/06/19
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    7.30: Arrival, registration and drop off posters to Registration Desk
    Conference Foyer
    Registration desk is located outside the Conference Rooms
    Session 7 - Different models of intervention: barriers and outcomes
    Manuel De Falla Room
    Chair:

    8.30

    Shari Wade Moving from Research to Clinical Practice: The Long and Multi-National Road of Teen Online Problem Solving (TOPS)

    8.45
    Shari Wade A Comparative Effectiveness Trial of Family Problem Solving Treatment for Adolescents after Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI): Improvements in Quality of Life
    9.00
    Kate Psaila Outcomes of community neurorehabilitation for traumatic brain injury after 1 year, measured by The Mayo Portland Adaptability Index 4th Edition (MPAI-4)
    9.15
    Shai Betteridge A pilot service initiative to provide intensive daypatient cognitive rehabilitation for people with cognitive and behavioural disability after brain injury: Individual and service-level outcomes
    9.30
    Barbara Wilson The first vegetative patient to have an MRI scan continues her recovery after 21 years
    9.45

    Panel Discussion

    Session 8 - Datablitz
    Manuel De Falla Room
    Chair: 

    10.00 Laura Mora The flubbed body: malleability of the representation of hands and face in personal neglect (Datablitz 13)
    10.05 Daan Verberne Comparing participation outcome over time across international stroke cohorts: outcomes and methods  (Datablitz 14)
    10.10 Bazah Almubark Validation of the Cognistat for its use in Arabic speaking population with Acquired Brain Injury (Datablitz 15)
    10.15
    Peggy Spauwen Efficacy and safety of amantadine as a treatment for apathy in two individuals with brain injury: A Single-Case Experimental Design (Datablitz 16)
    10.20
    Penny Trayner Process mapping and software engineering to improve rehabilitation efficiency (Datablitz 17)
    10.25 Fionnuala Murphy Cognitive Processing Biases and Depressed Mood following Acquired Brain Injury  (Datablitz 18)
    Morning Tea
    Conference Foyer

    Morning Tea will be served

    Session 9 - Research designs in single-case interventions and validation of assessment tools
    Manuel De Falla Room
    Chair: 
    11.00 Michael Perdices Methodological rigour of single-case studies in the education and clinical psychology literature  
    11.15 Robyn Tate Developing an algorithm to evaluate methodological rigor of single-case studies
    11.30
    Pamela Brown Reversible drug-induced parkinsonism within an inpatient neurorehabilitation setting: a case study
    11.45 Andrew Bateman BRIEF encounters with Rasch: a new look at reliability and fit statistics in assessment of executive functions in children with acquired brain injury
    12.00
    Lauriane Spreij Cognitive complaints and underlying cognitive impairments measured by a digital neuropsychological assessment
    12.15
    Panel Discussion
    Session 10 - Datablitz
    Manuel De Falla Room
    Chair:  Andrew Bateman
    12.30
    Pamela Ruiz Castaneda Working memory and hot executive functions in psychotic patients  (Datablitz 19)
    12.35
    Nicole Sugden A scoping review of prospective memory self-report and informant-report assessment tools (Datablitz 20)
    12.40
    Johanne Rauwenhoff Are negative trials really negative? Analyzing the data of a randomized controlled trial from an individual perspective (Datablitz 21)
    12.45 
    Szymon Zdanowski Applicability of 9-Hole Peg Test as a tool to improve insight in Huntington’s disease (Datablitz 22)
    12.50 
    Sharon Savage MyWordTrainer: App-based word retraining in semantic variant Primary Progressive Aphasia (Datablitz 23)
    12.55 
    Fleur van der Feen Subjective visual complaints in patients with multiple sclerosis (Datablitz 24)
    Poster Session 2
    Exhibition Hall

    Poster Session 2

    1:30 PM  -  2:15 PM
    Lunch
    Exhibition Hall
    Session 11 - New findings in neuropsychological profiles of different populations
    Manuel De Falla Room
    Chair: 
    2.15
    Elena Lozana-Soto Pattern of neuropsychological impairment and clinical correlates in relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis
    2.30 
    Adam Vujic Use it or lose it? How engagement in mentally stimulating activities relates to markers of neurodegeneration in individuals with mild cognitive impairment
    2.45
    Marta Gomez Herranz The effects of treatment adherence on different neurological conditions, cognitive impairment and depressive symptomatology in adults with Atrial Fibrillation and Silent Brain Infarcts
    3.00
    Dulce Romero-Ayuso Tactile perception, motor cognition, inhibitory control and cognitive impulsivity in children with ADHD
    3.15
    Dafne Herrero Sensorimotor Outcomes of children exposed to foetal Zika Virus Infection during first or second trimester of gestation
    3.30Panel Discussion
    Afternoon Tea
    Exhibition Hall

    Afternoon Tea

    Session 12 - Effectiveness of peer-befriending and interventions for ADL, attention and memory
    Manuel De Falla Room
    Chair: 
    4.15

    Jennie Ponsford Efficacy of activities of daily living retraining during posttraumatic amnesia: A randomised controlled trial

    4.30

    Sharon Savage When practice does not make perfect – examining the impact of word retraining on untrained words in Semantic Dementia

    4.45
    Dolores Navarro Effectiveness of a rehabilitation system on attentional functions through multiplkay competitive tasks: Clinical and neurophysiological study in patients with Acquired Brain Injury
    5.00
    Nicholas Behn SUpporting wellbeing through PEeR-Befriending (SUPERB) trial: An exploration of fidelity in peer-befriending for people with aphasia
    5.15
    Aris Malapaschas Accessibility and Acceptability of Voice-Activated Personal Assistants for People with Cognitive Impairments due to Acquired Brain Injury
    5.30
    Panel Discussion
    Conference Close - Professor Barbara A. Wilson
    Manuel De Falla Room
    Prof Wilson brings the conference to a close with Datablitz and Poster Prizes, a recap on the past and a look forward to 2020
    Meeting of the NR-SIG-WFNR and General Assembly of the SANP
    Manuel De Falla Room
    Meeting of the WFNR NR-SIG
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    7:45 PM  -  11:30 PM
    Conference Dinner  (Conference Dinner)
    Dialogue

    Friday 28th June at the Restaurant at 7.45 for a 8.00 start

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    Conference Dinner for a Guest  (Guest for Dinner)

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