Joining forces with Cochrane Rehabilitation

SameYou has joined forces with Cochrane Rehabilitation to help radically improve the lives of survivors affected by brain injury.

Cochrane Rehabilitation says it is delighted to announce the appointment of CEO Jenny Clarke to its Advisory Board, in collaboration with SameYou, with a shared commitment to advancing the field of rehab.

Cochrane’s work is internationally recognised as the benchmark for high-quality information about the effectiveness of health care. It is an independent, diverse, global organisation that collaborates to produce trusted evidence, making it accessible to all.

In a statement, the organisation says Jenny “brings her unwavering dedication and global perspective to our Advisory Board” outlining that SameYou is “renowned for its tireless efforts to introduce innovative brain injury recovery treatments and empowers survivors through self-help tools.” The collaboration underscores Cochrane Rehabilitation's vision of a world where all clinical decisions in rehabilitation are based on the best available evidence, easily accessible and understood by all stakeholders.

Jenny's journey, alongside her daughter, Emilia’s, highlights the pressing need for enhanced rehabilitation and mental health services in the face of brain injuries, it says. Cochrane Rehabilitation, with its mission rooted in a global perspective that transcends professions, culture, language and economic resources, says its work aligns seamlessly with the ethos of SameYou.

Jenny said: “This important collaboration will enable us to highlight the importance of rehabilitation on a global platform and help improve the lives of brain injury survivors who tell us the support they receive falls woefully short.

“It’s essential we emphasise their needs, including for vital mental health support, to ensure they make the best recovery possible.
“I am honoured the join the Advisory Board and I am very much looking forward to working together to change the future of rehabilitation.”
Cochrane’s statement added: “Jenny Clarke's appointment to our Advisory Board is a confirmation of our shared vision of enhancing the quality of life for those affected by brain injuries.”

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