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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

Welcome to our YARNS Transitions Research Project blog!


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 the project, updates on the project and dissemination activities, including attending conferences and engagement with the public to raise awareness of the impact of brain injury on young adults.

Keep an eye on this platform and help us to disseminate the importance of supporting young adults following acquired brain injury.

If you are interested in the project, please get in touch with us through our media channels, email and Twitter.


Twitter: @YARNSproject


YARNS Transitions Research Project Team

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