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YARNS Transitions Research Project Blog

YARNS Transitions Research Project Blog

Developing a nurse-led intervention to support young adults impacted by brain injury

  In this post, Elaine Haycock-Stuart, Project Manager and Co Investigator, shares her reflections on the Team’s recent success with the People of CAHSS Award. __________________________   The Advancing Inclusion Award – The YARNS Transitions Team, School of Health in Social Science   We are delighted to have been awarded recognition for inclusivity at the […]

  In this blog, we are happy to welcome and introduce a new addition to the YARNS Transitions team, Mr Oisín Cleary, a PhD Researcher who studied at Ulster University (Coleraine) in Northern Ireland. About our Research Fellow, Mr (Soon to be Dr!) Oisín Cleary   In October 2023, we advertised a Research Fellowship position, […]

  In this blog, we share our experiences leading two events to disseminate the YARNS Transitions project and increase awareness of acquired brain injury (ABI). The events were part of our participation in the 2023 Festival of Festival of Social Science organised and funded by the Economic and Social Research Council.    Festival of Social Science […]

In this blog, Dr Catherine Clarissa shares her experiences leading and organising our YARNS Transitions public engagement events, which were a part of the Festival of Social Science 2023. Clarissa leads Work Package 1 of the YARNS Transitions project, involving a realist review of psychosocial interventions for young adults undergoing neurorehabilitation after an acquired brain […]

In this blog, we are happy to welcome and introduce a new addition to the YARNS Transitions team, the MScR student, Mrs Carolina Henriquez, is a registered nurse working at the NHS Trust Nottingham University Hospitals. Using a Q&A format, Carolina is sharing her background, motivations and expectations of joining the team. She was awarded […]

  In this post, Research Assistant, Laura Wauthier shares her experiences working with the YARNS Transitions team on the first phase of the project. Laura will soon be moving to Oxford to continue her professional career, and we wish her the absolute best. If you are interested in working with us, please see the advert […]

  We are delighted to welcome everybody to follow our blog. We will use this space as a news channel for the YARNS Transitions Research Project. The project aims to develop a nurse-led psychosocial intervention to support young adults with acquired brain injury. In the following blogs, you will learn more about the team leading […]


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