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Relationships research calls for female brain injury survivors

Fri 14 Feb 2020

A study is being carried out to explore the experiences of female brain injury survivors forming new romantic relationships

Most brain injury research focuses on the negative effects a brain injury can have on existing relationships, but little remains known about what it’s like to build a new romantic relationship after an injury. A new study is looking to explore what this is like for women. 

Are you a female brain injury survivor in England or Wales who’s started a new romantic relationship after your brain injury?

If so and you’d be interested in sharing your experience, a new study would love to hear from you. You’ll receive £25 for taking part. Please click on the link to register and find out more about the study.

This study is being conducted by Joanne Ball at City, University of London. 


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