Brain Injury Matters: Virtual Panel Discussion

Acquired Brain Injury: “Building for the Future:  Development, Opportunities and Challenges.”

 

Date: Wednesday 29th September

Time: 5pm – 6:30pm

Brain Injury Matters invite you on Wednesday 29th September 2021, for a virtual panel discussion on, Acquired Brain Injury: “Building for the Future:  Development, Opportunities and Challenges.”

Robin Swann, Minister for Health NI Executive, will be making the opening address for event, with Mr Chris Bryant M.P. Chair of the All Parliamentary Group on Acquired Brain Injury providing the U.K perspective for the panel discussion.

This event will provide participants with the opportunity to explore the key developments, challenges and opportunities for those working in the field of acquired brain injury in Northern Ireland over the next 5 years.

Event Programme:

5:00-5:05 Welcome

 

Gordon Gough: Chair Brain Injury Matters NI
5:00-5:10 Opening Address Mr Robin Swann: Minister for Health NI Executive

 

5:10-6:25 Panel Discussion and

Interactive Question and Answers

U.K Perspective: Mr Chris Bryant M.P. Chair of the All Parliamentary Group on Acquired Brain Injury

N.I. Perspective: Mr Colm Gildernew MLA Chair NI Health Committee

Practitioners Perspective:  Dr. Eunan McCrudden The Development of Adult Services

Children’s Perspective: Ms Bridget Smyth Head of Children Services Brian Injury Matters (NI)

Chair: Joe McVey CEO Brain Injury Matters (NI)

6:25-6:30 Close Joe McVey CEO Brain Injury Matters (NI)

 

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