Education & Research

We place great emphasis on research and recognise the importance of researching the best treatment and care for people living with severe and complex neuro-disability.

Dr Sophie Duport looks for a research book in the staff library

We believe that embedding research alongside clinical care will lead to the best possible treatment for our patients and residents.

Our Institute of Neuropalliative Rehabilitation (INR) researches clinical advances, provides factual information for families, professionals and policy-makers, and offers specialist training for medical professionals. All of which, we believe, will improve the future for people with a neuro-disability.

We organise workshops and courses, alongsideĀ conferences and seminars to train and educate professionals.

We also hold free open lectures that are open to everyone. You can download our education and training 2022 brochure here.

As a member of the Association of Medical Research Charities (AMRC) the RHN supports the AMRC statement on the use of animal in research and endorses its position statement on research in universities.