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ReMemBrin trial

Posted on: 2nd July 2015

400 people needed to take part in important research aimed at improving memory rehabilitation

James Cook University Hospital's neuropsychology department are undertaking a national research trial that aims to evaluate the effectiveness of a memory rehabilitation programme.

They are seeking participants who live in the Teesside (all TS postcodes), Durham (all DH postcodes) and Darlington (all DL postcodes) areas and meet the following criteria:

  • Have had a traumatic brain injury
  • More than 3 months post-injury
  • Report memory problems
  • 18 to 69 years
  • Able to attend/engage in group sessions
  • Able to give informed consent

The current research was founded due to a lack of current evidence for memory rehabilitation programmes, alongside the need for neuro-rehabilitation in the community for those experiencing memory problems after a traumatic brain injury.

Further information about the trial can be found on the patient information sheet available to download below.

If you have any questions about the trial or would like to take part, please contact the consulting psychologist, Natasha Anderson, on 07421 819091 or natashaanderson1@nhs.net

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