THURSDAY 29 AUGUST 2019
We will be launching our poster in GP surgeries across Greater London to help brain injury survivors (along with their friends and families), find the right level of support and care they need for recovery.
SATURDAY 04 MAY 2019
Raymond will be attending the opening of University of Cincinnati’s Neurotrauma centre, alongside P&G’s chief medical officer, Dr Shawn Standridge.
WEDNESDAY 17 OCTOBER 2018
The United Kingdom Acquired Brain Injury Forum (UKABIF) and All Party Parliamentary Group for Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) Report:
You may recall from my GO presentation that I have been consulting with the Houses of Parliament/UK Government on behalf of people suffering from brain injuries? Following 12 months consultations we published the attached report yesterday in Westminster Palace. This report includes 20 recommendations (some of which require legislation changes) to help support people with brain injuries and associated rehabilitation. While that is taking place, I will connect with my American Brain Injury Association (Washington contact) and share details of what we are doing in the UK as he registered his interest when we last spoke in March to potentially do something similar with the US Government.
In the presence of almost 80 MP’s yesterday at the launch meeting in the House of Commons, the following video was on ‘continuous loop’ replay
MONDAY 15 OCTOBER 2018
Stephanie Ramsey – Brain Injury Association of Ohio
Learn why the silent disability of brain injury will become the third largest global health challenge by 2020… and the opportunities this presents for P&G.
Raymond Lynch, PhD – P&G R&D GLIC, Europe
A head-on collision left Raymond with debilitating spine and brain injuries. Through determination, he turned his life around. With P&G’s support, he consults with the UK Government and London-area hospitals on brain injury.
Laura Ngwenya MD, PhD – Assistant Professor in Neurosurgery University of Cincinnati
Dr. Ngwenya will present ‘The neurology of a brain injury’ and detail why very few people survive and recover from such a traumatic experience.
How your brain works and what to do when it doesn’t
MONDAY 17 SEPTEMBER 2018
P&G values diversity and inclusion with more than 145 nationalities in our workforce and operations in 70 countries throughout the globe.
People with disabilities (PWD) is part of the Diversity and Inclusion pillar, allowing P&G to continue innovating globally.
Everyone Valued, Everyone Included, Everyone Performing at Their Peak™
TUESDAY 06 MARCH 2018
Procter & Gamble, London Innovation Centre – Diversity and Inclusion event
The team at BITP was joined by the wonderful Dr Lucia M Li who shared with us her wealth of knowledge and expertise, giving a presentation on:
Traumatic Brain Injury: the neuroscience of a hidden disability
TUESDAY 30 JANUARY 2018
BITP was extremely pleased to attended an all Party-Political Committee at the Palace of Westminster on:
Acquired Brain Injury – the cost to individuals and society
Neurorehabilitation Services and the role of the Rehabilitation Prescription
Please use this link to read some important learnings from the meeting
FRIDAY 01 DECEMBER 2017
The story so far and a look to the future.