Below is a list of the POSTERS only. Datablitz posters are listed further down and in the programme itself.

Poster Presentations

 THURSDAY POSTERS

Name

Title

Ward, Nic

Meeting Unmet Needs: Education and Support for Adult Family Members of Individuals with Brain Injury

Gemma, Más-Sesé

Transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) in patients with visual hemineglect. Experience in a Neurorehabilitation unit

Velez Coto, Maria

Prediction of cognitive reserve based on complexity of work and time of exposition in an unemployed sample

Balasooriya-Smeekens, Chantal

How primary care can help stroke survivors with returning to work: focus groups with stakeholders from a UK community

Adams, Alexandra

A meta-analytic review of social cognitive function following stroke

Sanchez Lara, Encarna

Online cognitive stimulation with VIRTRAEL© compensates that Cognitive Reserve does not prevent flexibility deficit in elderly people

Bykov, Yury

Cognitive Rehabilitation in Patients with Parkinson's Disease

Analytis, Penny

The experience of attending a camp for families with a child with acquired brain injury: Perspectives of young people with acquired brain injury and siblings

Jamieson, Matthew

Developing VRSET: A Virtual Reality Shopping Errands Task for Use in Brain Injury Rehabilitation

Romero-Gonzalez, Borja

Neurodevelopment at 6 months old in infants born of a high-risk pregnancy: a comparison with healthy pregnancies.

Baylan, Satu

Moderators of outcome in listening based interventions for cognitive recovery and mood after stroke

Nagino, Koji

The effect of Galvanic Vestibular Stimulation (GVS) on autonomic nervous activity during posture transformation

Gracey, Fergus

The Possible Selves of Individuals with an Acquired Brain Injury

Fernandez-Fillol, Carmen

Relationship between Severity of Violence and levels of Generalized Anxiety, Depression, Post-traumatic Stress Disorder and Neurocognitive Impairments

Marín-Morales, Agar

EMOTION RECOGNITION IN BATTERERS

Daugherty, Julia C

Preliminary Validation of the Coin in Hand Test: Applications with Intimate Partner Violence

Marín-Morales, A

WORKING MEMORY AND DISTORTED THOUGHTS ABOUT VIOLENCE IN BATTERERS

Lozano-Ruiz, Alvaro

Language and Culture Influences in Working Memory: A Cross-cultural Study through the EMBRACED Digit Span Task

Cherney, Leora

Depression and subthreshold depression in aphasia

Cherney, Leora

Visual Attention to Emotional Stimuli in Persons with Aphasia

Tucker, Peter

Service improvement project: analysis of routine clinical data in paediatric neuropsychological rehabilitation

Velasco Collado, Yael Nelea

Melodic Intonation Therapy: Improving language production in a patient with non-fluent aphasia

Martínez García, Vanesa

Efficacy of a diaphragmatic breathing training program in a chronic patient with aphasia to reduce anxiety related to communication with unfamiliar people

Martinez-Cortes, Maria Carmen

Improving communication skills and oral production in a patient with non fluent Aphasia following a rehabilitation program based on the successive approximation method in the natural environment

Adlam, Anna-Lynne R

Genetic and environmental influences on recovery of severe paediatric brain injury: The UK study protocol

Limond, Jennifer

The clinical and cost effectiveness of Teen Online Problem Solving for adolescents who have survived an acquired brain injury in the UK: Protocol for a randomised controlled feasibility study (TOPS-UK)

Shimizu, Daisuke

Effectiveness of a behavioural approach to use public transportation in acquired brain injured participants: a single case experimental design study

Hashimoto, Shingo

Assessment of Unilateral Spatial Neglect with Eye Tracking System

Honda, Nobuyuki

Will short-term group training give an effect on self-awareness?

Yamashita, Madoka

The relationships between resting functional networks connectivity and errorless/errorful learning

Spreij, Lauriane

Towards a digital neuropsychological assessment: the feasibility and added value in patients with acquired brain injury

Salazar Frías, Daniel Alberto

Improving everyday performance by training to deal with distractions and unexpected problem-solving situations in an acquired brain injury: case study

Leathem, Janet

OMEGA-3 FATTY ACID SUPPLEMENTATION EFFECT ON MILD COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT: A RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIAL

Powell, Theresa

A qualitative study exploring the experiences of mindfulness training in people with acquired brain injury

Almubark, Bazah

Development and Validation of the Plymouth Saudi Memory Test (PSMT) for the Arabic speaking population with acquired brain injury

van Heugten, Caroline

Joining forces to improve psychosocial care for people with cognitive deficits

Romero-Ayuso, Dulce

Assessment of Cognitive Instrumental Activities of Daily Living from an ecological perspective

Romero-Ayuso, Dulce

Thinking Operations and Activities of Daily Living in Cognitive Impairment People

Zhavoronkova, Ludmila

Rehabilitation strategies for recovery of damaged functions in patients with traumatic brain injury

Pérez-Marfil, Mª Nieves

Interaction between socioeconomic status and neuropsychological development in children aged 7, 9, and 11 years in Ecuador

Segundo Marcos, Rafael

Creativity, working memory and inhibitory control in children

Daza González, María Teresa

Effectiveness of a reading multimodal training program for deaf children.

Doval,Sandra

Artificial intelligence models (machine learning) applied in neuropsychological assessment and neurorehabilitation

Segundo Marcos, Rafael

Creativity and academic achievement in the school context

Raukola-Lindblom, Marjaana

Language comprehension and fatigue after traumatic brain injury

Gosselt, Isabel

Cognitive assessment in a digital era: current state-of-art in neuropsychological outcome measures

Hidalgo Berutich, Silvia

Neuropsychology of Creativity Applied in Children with ADHD: Intervention Program

Ruiz-Gómez, Eduardo Jesus

Theory of Mind in Patients with Acquired Brain Injury

Anderson, Signe

Development of an interdisciplinary intervention for acquired brain impairment patients in the acute and post-acute phases : two case descriptions

Villalobos, Maria Dolores

Relationships between cognitive performance, self-awareness improvement and functional outcome in patients with acquired brain injury

Pardo Palenzuela, Natividad

IMPROVEMENT IN COGNITIVE EFFICIENCY AFTER INTERVENTION BY IMMERSIVE VIRTUAL REALITY. A Clinical Case.

Guerrero-Pertíñez, Gloria

Support, monitoring and reminder technology for mild dementia (SMART4MD)

Guerrero-Pertíñez, Gloria

Results of Phase I of the pre-pilot feasibility study of TV-ASSISTDEM

Revert-Alcántara, María De Las Nieves

Diagnostic Utility of the Computerized Neuropsychological Evaluation Battery COGNITO for the Early Cognitive Decline Detection in a Spanish Sample

Revert-Alcántara, María De Las Nieves

Neuropsychological and Speech Therapy Rehabilitation Program in a Clinical Case of Visual Agnosia with Pure Alexia

Bustos-Valenzuela, Patricia

Theory of mind developmental in a girl with a diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder

Okamura, Yoko

A report of the holistic comprehensive neuropsychological rehabilitation in Japan.

Denison, Alice

Using Talking Mats to support conversations with people with cognitive communication disorder

 
 
 
 
 

FRIDAY POSTER

Name

Title

Montañez, Miguel

Effectiveness of a stimulation program with Brain Trainer in working memory and processing speed.

Wilson, Barbara

Some delayed improvement in a patient with Locked-In Syndrome (LIS)

Ljungqvist, Linda

Multidisciplinary neuropsychological group rehabilitation for elderly stroke patients in Turku City Hospital

Coundouris, Sarah

A meta-analytic review of prospection deficits in Parkinson’s disease

Fujiwara, Mamiko

Discourse analysis for Japanese people with TBI : Why their communications are incomprehensible?

Fufaeva, Ekaterina

NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL EVALUATION OF CHILDREN IN LOW CONSCIOUSNESS STATE AFTER SEVERE TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY

Bustos-Valenzuela, Patricia

Autism and Theory of mind: proposal of a development trajectory model

Sunagawa, Kosaku

Numeric input operation in electronic devices among clients with Unilateral Spatial Neglect

Glinik, Olga

Cognitive neuropsychological rehabilitation of numeracy skills in an adolescent with acalculia and severe visual and motor deficits due to ABI

Norup, Anne

Evaluating the Feasibility of a Family Intervention following Traumatic Injury: Preliminary Experiences.

Domensino, Anne-Fleur

Measuring cognition on the spectrum from test to daily life

Romero-Barrero, Ana

A Study of Empathic Skills and the Recognition of Facial Expressions in People Diagnosed with Alzheimer's Disease

Pérez-Marfil, Mª Nieves

Preliminary validity evidences for the Spanish version of the BENCI Battery

Mistry, Nimisha

Making mealtimes safe: improving patient safety, satisfaction and working relationships

Melillo, Christine

Self-Identity Reconstruction in Veterans and Military Service Members after Traumatic Brain Injury

Pardo Palenzuela, Natividad

THE POTENTIAL OF COMPREHENSIVE TREATMENT OF ACQUIRED BRAIN INJURY BASED ON IMMERSIVE VIRTUAL REALITY

López-Martín, Angela

The role of neurocognition and social cognition with functional outcomes in schizophrenia.

Fasfous, Ahmed

Challenges of providing cognitive rehabilitation services in Palestine

Mion, Marco

Bespoke cognitive and psychological follow-up after surviving an out-of-hospital cardiac arrest – the CARE (Care After REsuscitation) clinic model

Tanemura, Rumi

Development of ICT tool for supporting work activities among persons with cognitive disorders

Huacache Urbano, Jessica

Study of a case of attentional syndrome and visuospatial dyspraxia in a 10 year old girl with convulsive syndrome.

Guerrero-Pertíñez, Gloria

Profile of the patient with cognitive deterioration and mild dementia and their caregivers

Wilson, Barbara

What are the characteristics of the supplementary motor area syndrome (SMAS) and what is the prognosis for people who have this syndrome?

Baena, Ana

Neuroticism is associated with tau accumulation in preclinical autosomal dominant Alzheimer’s disease

Wijenberg, Melloney

Does fear and catastrophizing about mental activities lead to performing less mental activities?

Martínez-Cortés, María Del Carmen

Learning compensatory strategies and the improvement of visuoconstructive skills in people with hemispatial neglect from Acquired Brain Injury following a multimodal intervention program

Martinez-Cortes, Maria Del Carmen

Quality of life and functional autonomy of patients with developmental disorder and refractory epilepsy. A single case study

Bloch, Ayala

Applying the principles of neuropsychological rehabilitation to build a holistic vocation-focused day program for cancer survivors

Potticary, Hannah

Errorless learning of face-name associations in acquired brain injury: a multiple baseline single-case experimental design.

Grouleff, Karoline Greve

Personality traits and how these influence caregivers’ coping strategies when caring for patients with acquired brain injury: a pilot study

Behn, Nicholas

“Help me find a girlfriend”: A single-case study of a dating intervention for a person with traumatic brain injury.

Schrieff, Leigh

Investigating the effect of psychoeducation interventions in improving misconceptions of traumatic brain injury (TBI) among first year university students

Denison, Alice

Evaluating the effectiveness of a group intervention for inpatients with acquired brain injuries

Southcombe, Charlotte

Impact of interference and overload on errorless learning of face-name associations in acquired brain injury: a multiple baseline single-case experimental design.

Rose, Anita

The relationship between factors that impact upon participation in everyday activities among people with Multiple Sclerosis: An exploratory study

Heutink, Joost

A new test for assessment of simultanagnosia in patients with acquired brain injury

López-Vallejo, Sofia

Exploring the Factors that Affect the Neurocognitive Performance of Ecuadorian Preschoolers: A Preliminary Study

Farrington-Douglas, Clair

Assessment and treatment for Cognitive Communication Disorder (CCD) across the pathway from acute to community

Rosu Stanciu, Monica

Interference of dissociation in the processes of attention and perception

Gomez-Lopez, Maria Jesus

Effectivity of a multi-disciplinary rehabilitation program for acquired brain injury (ABI) and the influence of time interval from brain injury to rehabilitation start.

Lucena-Antón, David

Whole-body vibration therapy to improve spasticity in hemiplegic stroke patients: a systematic review

Lucena-Antón, David

Physical therapy interventions to improve postural balance and balance confidence in Parkinson’s Disease: a meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials.

López-Vallejo, Sofia

Three New Tools to Assess Working Memory in Preschoolers: A Preliminary Study of Their Psychometric Properties

Csilinko, Aniko

Combined effects of high definition tDCS and behavioral therapy in a verbal STM impaired patient

Torralba Muñoz, Jose Maria

Long term effects of a neuropsychological intervention with transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) in anomic aphasia

Pandero Logrono, Miriam

Meconium Aspiration Syndrome. Cognitive consequences in adulthood

Vartiainen, Riitta

Communication and emotions – a group treatment trial for TBI patients

Pandero Logrono, Miriam

Cognitive disorders and facial emotion recognition deficits. A correlational study.

Hidalgo Berutich, Silvia

NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL AND SPEECH THERAPY IN NEURODEVELOPMENTAL DISORDER: AN EVIDENCE BASED STUDY

Joosub, Noorjehan

DEVELOPING A REHABILITATION SERVICE DELIVERY MODEL FOR SOUTH AFRICAN ADULTS WITH ACQUIRED BRAIN INJURY

Janssen, Ellen

The efficacy of eye movement desensitization and reprocessing for posttraumatic stress-disorder in patients with acquired brain injury: a multiple baseline single-case experimental design

Brown, Pamela

A multidisciplinary approach exploring use of CardioWall® within an inpatient neurorehabilitation setting

Pérez, Sara

Building the evidence base in neurorehabilitation in syndromic craniosynostosis. Psychoeducational programs.

Breen, Olivia

Building Resilience in Families after Brain Injury: A Pilot Group Intervention

Farrington-Douglas, Clair

Including friends in conversation partner training (CPT) with people with Cognitive Communication Disorder (CCD)

Martínez-Montero, Tania

Neuropsychology of Breast Cancer: a review system


 

Datablitz Poster Presentations

Name

Title

DB#

Winkens, Ieke

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)

1

van Lieshout, Eline

The effect of non-invasive brain stimulation on post-stroke cognitive function: a systematic review

2

Savage, Sharon

Word training in a case of alcohol-related brain damage: maintenance and transference to everyday activities

3

Rowlands, Leanne

Focus on feelings: A mixed-methods evaluation of an emotion-oriented brain injury treatment programme

4

Denison, Alice

Stepping into a patient’s confabulations to step out of them together: An MDT approach to treating confabulations

5

Cruz Gomez, Alvaro Javier

Cingulate cortical thinning as an early marker of brain damage and cognitive impairment in early diagnosed Multiple Sclerosis patients

6

Dijkshoorn, Aicha

The incidence of cognitive impairment and longitudinal cognitive change in patients with breast cancer: a systematic review of longitudinal studies

7

Lucena-Anton, David

Virtual reality interventions to improve quality of life after stroke: a meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials

8

Rosu Stanciu, Monica

Orbitofrontal and ventromedial circuits, mental disorder and dissociation

9

Bruijel, Jessica

The relation between effort and fatigue in traumatic brain injury patients

10

Resch, Christine

Participation as the ultimate outcome of paediatric rehabilitation: a systematic review of measurement properties

11

Sugden, Nicole

Predicting use of digital, nondigital, and interpersonal memory aids in everyday prospective memory tasks

12

Mora, Laura

The flubbed body: malleability of the representation of hands and face in personal neglect

13

Verberne, Daan

Comparing participation outcome over time across international stroke cohorts: outcomes and methods

14

Almubark, Bazah

Validation of the Cognistat for its use in Arabic speaking population with Acquired Brain Injury

15

Spauwen, Peggy

Efficacy and safety of amantadine as a treatment for apathy in two individuals with brain injury: A Single-Case Experimental Design

16

Trayner, Penny

Process mapping and software engineering to improve rehabilitation efficiency

17

Kusec, Andrea

Measuring motivation and engagement: Do we need more than one measure?

18

Ruiz Castaneda, Pamela

Working memory and hot executive functions in psychotic patients

19

Sugden, Nicole

A scoping review of prospective memory self-report and informant-report assessment tools

20

Rauwenhoff, Johanne

Are negative trials really negative? Analyzing the data of a randomized controlled trial from an individual perspective

21

Zdanowski, Szymon

Applicability of 9-Hole Peg Test as a tool to improve insight in Huntington’s disease

22

Savage, Sharon

MyWordTrainer: App-based word retraining in semantic variant Primary Progressive Aphasia

23

van der Feen, Fleur

Subjective visual complaints in patients with multiple sclerosis

24

Opening Address

OPENING ADDRESS

Barbara-Wilson-cvent
 
Professor Barbara A. Wilson (UK) is giving the Keynote Address entitled

Is it time to move on from SMART goals?
Wilson, Barbara A. 1
1
The Oliver Zangwill Centre and The Raphael Hospital

This talk begins by describing reasons why a goal setting approach is important in neuropsychological rehabilitation. It then addresses SMART goals which many therapists and psychologists have been taught to follow for a number of years. These are goals which are Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic and in a Timeframe. A recent discussion with ex-clients/patients attending a rehabilitation centre, however, concluded that SMART goals might be too controlling. These previous clients believed that their goals should be freer in order to develop more confidence, greater feelings of safety and a more hopeful outlook to the future. These were the goals they valued and they felt that the SMART goals were too restrictive. 

We consider a new approach to goal setting as suggested in an acronym devised by McPherson and her colleagues (2017), and ask whether subsequent changes in activity will ever replace SMART. The talk concludes with the view that at times SMART goals need to be challenged.
Correspondence: Barbara A. Wilson; barbara.wilson00@gmail.com

Reference: McPherson, K.M., Kayes, N.M., & Kersten, P. (2017). MEANING as a smarter approach to goals in rehabilitation. In R.J. Siegert & W.M.M Levack (Eds.) (2017)Rehabilitation Goal Setting: Theory, Practice and Evidence (pp.105-119). Boca Raton Fl: CRC Press.

 


Outlook Outlook
iCal iCal
Google Google
Yahoo! Yahoo!
MSN MSN
Top