Research tells us that behavioural change resulting from brain damage is one of the most significant factors in compromising community treatment. Following on from our successful conferences over recent years, our forthcoming event will focus on how various brain disorders can bring about a distinct set of behavioural, cognitive and emotional changes. The conference will explore the challenges around clinical management, ethical and medico-legal dilemmas and how these issues can and perhaps should shape our service developments.


Our talks and workshops will pay special attention to the importance of ensuring that patients and families are always empowered to take the driving seat when individual care plans and service delivery are considered.


'The Brain and Behaviour' has been approved by the Federation of the Royal Colleges of Physicians of the United Kingdom for 6 category 1 (external) CPD credit(s).


To view the conference programme and biography of our eminent  speakers or to book onto the conference and to take advantage of the early bird rate please click here


We are accepting Poster submissions for presentation at the conference, please visit the conference website for more information and how to make your submission.


If you have any questions or queries with regards to the event including registrations, sponsorship or exhibition opportunities please get in touch by return e-mail or by contacting the event hotline on 01332 224501.


I hope you will find our Conference both educational and enjoyable.


I look forward to welcoming you in March 2015.