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CEReN

Our aim is to improve the lives of people with disability by

  • Sharing excellent clinical practice
  • Providing education and training in rehabilitation for all disciplines
  • Enabling the growth of rehabilitation research
  • Supporting academic career development for rehabilitation professionals
  • Increasing the numbers of participants recruited to research studies
  • Involving patients and carers in research development, evaluation and dissemination.

If you would like to know about the meetings and activities supported by the network please email CEReN@warwick.ac.uk and we will add you to our mailing list.


Upcoming Meetings


Miss a meeting?

Slides from past meetings are available to download.

Get Involved

If you would like to receive regular updates about the lectures, seminars, symposia and workshops hosted by the network please email CEReN@Warwick.ac.uk with your name, affiliation and discipline and we will add you to the mailing list.

If you would like to set up a working party focussed on a particular topic please email CEReN@Warwick.ac.uk and we will be happy to add your details to the website and advertise your meetings.

If you would like to join one of the pre-existing working parties, please contact us on CEReN@Warwick.ac.uk and we will add your details to the appropriate email list.

Public and Patient Involvement

If you are a member of the public and would like to know about research studies or would like to be a patient or carer member of a research review group, please email us on CEReN@Warwick.ac.uk.

About CEReN

The following groups are represented on the network

Keele warwickBIR

 

birthv

paint

notts

 

swft

wyre

Derby

 

The CEReN management and strategy group includes:

Ms Louise Ainger

 

Dr Gavin Farrell

Prof Anand Pandyan

 

Dr Alex Ball

 

Dr Davinia Fernández-Espejo 

 

Dr Margaret Phillips

Dr Ed Chadwick

Ms Inès Kander

 

Prof Diane Playford

Dr Laura Edwards

Prof Christopher James

Ms Theresa Powell

 

Dr Zacchaeus Falope

 

Dr Elie Okirie

 

Ms Sue Wright