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Dr Fernández-Espejo Oct 21
really excited to kick this project off the ground!
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Wellington Hospital Oct 17
Halfway through a fantastic day of highly informative and stimulating talks on Prolonged Disorders of Consciousness. After lunch, we'll hear from , Mackenzie Graham, Jill Greenfield and . Follow for the key highlights from the afternoon.
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Paul Brown Oct 29
Looking forward to some R&R over the next few days with my next read which explores patients in by which comes highly recommended
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Wellington Hospital Oct 21
We're announcing brand new trials in partnership with the University of Birmingham that aim to improve , and even communication, for people who are minimally conscious or in a vegetative state. Learn more about our RAINDROP trial:
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Paul Brown Oct 25
Fantastic thought provoking interview by of Dr John Whyte about treatment of patients in Prolonged Disorders of Consciousness in the US. Interesting evidence about use of medication primarily used in
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Jackie Waggott 13 Sep 16
@lynnturnerstokes commenting on the guidelines 2 years on: development of a national register linked to UKROC on progress
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roya jalali Oct 17
A very interesting talk by in PDOC conference!
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Kate Herbert 1 Nov 18
Started watching these clips..such emotive & eye opening accounts from family of loved ones in VS & MCS. As a therapist working with patients in I often wonder how families are managing all these difficult processes...
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Jacqueline 17 Mar 16
"The family feel, in a nutshell, that (the patient) has had enough and her dignity should be respected"
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Celia Kitzinger 10 Apr 17
HCPs w vegetative+MCS patients shld know national clinical gdlines .I'm v concerned they are not being followed
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Rehab Resource 11 Mar 17
Our case this week features a patient in . Join in the discussion with questions or comments on twitter or
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Kate Herbert 28 Oct 18
Just discovered this great free online resource to support AHP's working with patients. Thank you A complex patient group to work with so resources like this are very welcome!
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Dr Fernández-Espejo 24 Jan 17
Why use a mirror to assess visual pursuit in prolonged disorders of consciousness? answer here:
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Moira 4 Aug 18
This study offers valuable insight into family experiences, in relation to withdrawal of CANH from patients in PVS & MCS. 'It is important to challenge misinformation and initiate honest discussions about feeding-tube withdrawal and end-of-life care for these patients.'
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Celia Kitzinger Oct 17
Replying to @KitzingerCelia
These are in the process of being updated. Revised and updated Guidelines will be launched in November 2019.
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Jacqueline 5 Apr 17
To echo previous tweets, thanks to for bringing us together last 2 days to discuss and ways forward in decision making
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Jan Lavrijsen 6 Apr 17
..so it's time to make steps forward to improve care, treatment, decison-making by research & education, as we did in The Netherlands
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Jan Lavrijsen 6 Apr 17
Care for patients with & relatives in nursing homes is complex and Intensive Care, in particular decision-making & ethical dilemma's..
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Donncha Lane (Neuro-Rehab Physiotherapist) 10 Apr 16
Looks like an interesting lecture this week from former NRH rehab consultant Dr. Andrew Hanrahan
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Bernice Chu 15 Apr 15
feeling ready to present @ 2nd International Conference on Music and Consciousness tmro!
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