Brian A. Waldron

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This paper reviews treatment outcome studies on cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) for depression and anxiety following acquired brain injury (ABI), including traumatic brain injury (TBI), cerebral vascular accident (CVA), anoxia and neurosurgery. Studies are included for review when the published paper included an anxiety disorder or depression as the(More)
The currently available methods for local anaesthetic block of the sciatic nerve are difficult to perform. Here we describe a new and easier technique for the block. The sciatic nerve is approached from the lateral side of the thigh with the patient lying supine and is identified by simple anatomical landmarks with the help of a nerve stimulator. The(More)
PRIMARY OBJECTIVE The present study aimed to investigate the specific ways in which individuals reconstruct their sense of self following injury to the nervous system, by comparing individuals with acquired brain injury (ABI) and individuals with spinal cord injury (SCI), two groups that have experienced a sudden-onset injury with life-changing(More)
Post-acute community-based rehabilitation is effective in reducing disability. However, while social participation and quality of life are valued as distal outcomes of neurorehabilitation, it is often not possible to observe improvements on these outcomes within the limited time-frames used in most investigations of rehabilitation. The aim of the current(More)
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