Below are links to a number of research papers, articles and to information that we hope will be useful to people who share our interest and passion.
This unique study, using data from 19 UK case management organisations, identifies which factors are more likely to result in increased use of services by brain-injured people: Clark-Wilson, J., Giles, G. M., Seymour, S., Tasker, R., Baxter, D. M., & Holloway, M. (2016). Factors influencing community case management and care hours for clients with traumatic brain injury living in the UK. Brain Injury, 30(7), 872 - 882. doi:10.3109/02699052.2016.1146799
In the UK the term Life Care Planning can best be understood as a process undertaken by care experts in the litigation process. This paper examines the range of issues that need to be considered when assessing for and providing services to individuals with an acquired brain injury: Clark-Wilson, J., & Holloway, M. (2015). Life care planning and long-term care for individuals with brain injury in the UK. NeuroRehabilitation, 36(3), 289-300. doi:10.3233/NRE-151217
This paper examines the difficulties associated with personalization and acquired brain injury in the context of a lack of knowledge of the condition by social workers and others: Holloway, M., & Fyson, R. (2015). Acquired Brain Injury, Social Work and the Challenges of Personalisation. British Journal of Social Work, Bcv039.
An investigation into the impact of brain injury and how affected people become users of non-specialised services and the impact of the lack of knowledge of the condition that exists within services: Holloway, M. (2014). How is ABI assessed and responded to in non-specialist settings? Is specialist education required for all social care professionals? Social Care and Neurodisability, 5(4), 201-213. doi:10.1108/SCN-12-2013-0043
The Neurofunctional Approach has particular application for people who lack insight into their condition following a brain injury. This article describes the approach and reviews its use: Clark-Wilson, Giles, G.M. and Baxter, D.M (2014) ‘Revisiting the Neurofunctional Approach: Conceptualising the Core Components for the Rehabilitation of Everyday Living Skills’. Brain Injury. Vol 28, No 13-14, Pages 1646-1656
A review of the use of the technique of Motivational Interviewing when supporting people with a brain injury to make decisions: Holloway, M. (2012). Motivational interviewing and acquired brain injury. Social Care and Neurodisability, 3(3), 122-130. doi:10.1108/20420911211268740
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Giles, G.M and Clark-Wilson, J (1999) (Eds). "Brain Injury Rehabilitation: A Practical Approach" (second Edition) Nelson Thornes
Clark-Wilson, J (2006). What is Brain Injury Case Management in ‘Good Practice in Brain Injury Case Management’, Parker J and Pritchard V (Eds.)
Making the Abstract Real: Recommendations for action following the House of Lords Select Committee Post-Legislative Scrutiny Report into the Mental Capacity Act. Retrieved from London.
Paper presented at the International Brain Injury Association's Eleventh World Congress on Brain Injury, The Hague, Netherlands.