MPs debate acquired brain injury in Parliament
On Thursday last week (6th February 2020) MPs debated acquired brain injury in Parliament.
The MPs who took part in the debate showed a depth of knowledge on the wide-ranging issues that surround brain injuries, including:
- Sports related injuries - including heading in football
- Carbon monoxide poisoning
- Welfare benefits
- Funding for Headway groups and branches
- Cycle helmets
- The criminal justice system
- Hospital car parking
- Olympic skier Rowan Cheshire retires five years after suffering severe concussion
- Haemochromatosis – common yet unheard of by many
- Three-month-old baby with sepsis dies of natural causes “contributed by neglect” of doctors
- Hundreds of Amazon warehouse staff injured in workplace accidents over past three years
- MPs debate acquired brain injury in Parliament
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