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Brain injury mentors wanted for University of Nottingham study

Thu 14 Jun 2018

We are looking for people with acquired brain injury (ABI) to take part in a study being conducted at the University of Nottingham.

The study is into peer mentoring after brain injury. This will involve pairing experienced brain injury survivors with people injured more recently.

Each pair will be asked to meet six times over 12 weeks. The mentor will help their partner (mentee) by listening, providing the benefit of their experience, doing activities and helping them to meet simple goals.

Mentors may have any form of ABI (traumatic brain injury, stroke, hypoxia or any other) and should be at least one year post-discharge from hospital.

If you are interested in being a mentor please contact Richard Morris at r.morris@nottingham.ac.uk, 0115 823 0274, or 0780 571 6139, for more information. Or return the expression of interest form, which you can download below. 

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