Anne Brannagan
Brain Tree Training, United Kingdom

OBE, DIPCOT, MSc, qualified as an Occupational Therapist in 1988 from the London school. She did a two year orthopaedic rotation before specialising in Neurorehabilitation at the Defence Services Rehabilitation Centre Headley Court. She gained a research master’s degree with distinction from Kings College in 1993. Ms Brannagan is particularly interested in the cognitive and executive sequelae of acquired brain injury. She runs workshops with Kit Malia, training both professionals working in the field and carers of brain injured individuals around the country. In addition, she has lectured on cognition at conferences in the UK, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland, Spain, The Netherlands, Canada, New Zealand, Slovenia, Belgium, Australia and the USA. She is an active member of the College of Occupational Therapy Specialist Section Neurological Practice and held the position of Chair from September 2003-2006. She assists with the COT Specialist Section Neurological Practice Brain Injury Forum subgroup, and has been active in writing clinical guidelines for patients with ABI.

Presentation Title
Brain Tree Training and the Defence Medical Rehabilitation Centre, Headley Court United Kingdom; The Treatment of Cognitive Problems Following Brain Injury: A Practical Perspective on What Actually Works.