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The periodical is published twice per year and serves as a forum for keeping members abreast of developments in the profession. Each issue includes a selection of articles on applied topics in clinical neuropsychology alongside reviews of conferences and books, member interviews, and updates on developments in the profession.
The 2016 Division of Neuropsychology Annual Conference
International Neuropsychological Society Mid-Year Meeting: 'From Neurons to Neurorehabilitation'
13th Conference of the Neuropsychological Rehabilitation Special Interest Group of the World Federation for NeuroRehabilitation (NR-SIG-WFNR)
Awards and prizes
DoN Awards 2016
Keeping the 'scientist-practitioner' model alive and kicking through service-based evaluation and research: Examples from neurobehavioural rehabilitation
Nick Alderman & Caroline Knight
Neuropsychological rehabilitation in stroke care: A review of referrals and interventions offered across two stroke units
Najma Khan-Bourne, Victoria Bancroft, Claire Doyle & Robin Morris
Staff perceptions of clinical neuropsychological work, and self-rated psychological skills and confidence, in the acute neuroscience setting
David C. Gillespie, Max Alford, Louise Young & Sarah Gillanders
How stroke patients and carers experience early supported discharge services: A qualitative study with recommendations for service development
Megan Cowles, Leon Dysch, Ellie Perry & Cathy Randle-Phillips
Preliminary results of a telephone triage system for a clinical neuropsychology servic for Traumatic Brain Injury patients
Lorraine King, Natalie Sowter & Caroline Malone
Living well with neurological conditions: Evaluation of an ACT-informed group intervention for psychological adjustment in outpatients with neurological problems
Geoff Hill, Naomi Hynd, Miranda Wheeler, Abi Tarran-Jones, Heather Carrabine & Stephen Evans
DoN membership survey and Member Network demographics
Mapping neuropsychology services within neuroscience centres
An interview with Barbara Wilson
Interviewer: Jessica Fish
Series: The Neuropsychologist