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One hundred years of rehabilitation: how far have we come and how far still to go?
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Neuropsychological rehabilitation is concerned with the amelioration of cognitive, emotional, psychosocial and behavioural deficits caused by an insult to the brain. In this talk Professor Barbara Wilson looks at the history of rehabilitation since the First World War and considers how things might develop in the future.
This talk is part of the Cambridge Science Festival series.
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