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Remote support of mental wellbeing after acquired brain injury - follow-up study

Remote support of mental wellbeing after acquired brain injury - follow-up study

Online survey 

Dr Sara Simblett and Professor Dame Til Wykes at King’s College London are conducting a research priority setting exercise exploring the importance of digital technology to improve mental wellbeing following an acquired brain injury.

This work will help to inform a programme of future research which we would like to be driven by the opinions and values of the people who will benefit from it the most: service users, carers, and healthcare professionals. 

For your information, ethical approval has been granted for 3 years from 14 December 2021.

The online survey they anticipate it to take no longer than 10 minutes to complete. By taking part, participants will be helping to work out what is the most important research that may benefit other people who have experienced an acquired brain injury in the future. To complete the on-line survey click here

Additionally, if participants wish to provide their email address, they can be entered into a prize draw to win one of twenty £30 Amazon vouchers

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