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A crisis in people power

Neuro-rehab bed numbers must triple in the UK to meet demand but a recruitment crisis could hold back progress as Deborah Johnson reports.

A sporting chance in concussion fight

New findings on sports-related concussion in children could help to improve management of the condition and stem long-term problems that can arise years after injury.

Vital link in solving prison problem?

Offenders at every prison and probation setting in the UK should have access to a member of staff trained in brain injury signs and symptoms, experts have urged.

Letter calls for Mental Capacity changes

Over 100 UK brain injury professionals have signed a letter calling for changes to the Mental Capacity Act Code of Practice, which is currently undergoing a review.

Spinal cord regeneration success

Researchers from California have successfully produced tissue scaffolds that mimic the 3D architecture and mechanical properties of spinal cord tissue.