CLAHRC Fellow 2019
Dr Kate Psaila is a Clinical Psychologist working within Neurorehabilitation in Cambridgeshire Community Services (CCS). Currently she is providing Neuropsychology services across both CPFT (stroke) and CCS (acquired brain injury) as well as working to support NHS staff wellbeing and resilience. Having worked at both the Oliver Zangwill Centre and the Learning Disability Partnership, in 2009 she became part of the team involved in setting up the Evelyn Community Head Injury Service (ECHIS), for people with traumatic brain injury (TBI) and their families in 2009. The CLAHRC Fellowship is giving her the opportunity to use the systematically collected data to understand barriers to people accessing this service, in collaboration with the current ECHIS clinical team and user group.