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Awards to shed light on innovative neuro rehab research



The NR Times Awards, renowned for celebrating excellence in neurorehabilitation, are gearing up for another year of honouring those who make significant contributions to the field. 

Among the 12 categories, ‘Research Project of the Year’ stands out as a beacon of innovation and advancement, sponsored by Odstock Medical Ltd (OML), the UK’s leading provider of Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES) devices and clinical treatment.

Established in 2005 by the Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust, OML has been at the forefront of FES research and development, building upon the pioneering work initiated at Salisbury District Hospital. 

Over the past 25 years, OML has collaborated with clinical engineers, clinicians and patients at the National Clinical FES Centre to design devices aimed at improving independence and function for patients with neurological conditions.

With a commitment to enhancing the lives of individuals with neuromuscular disabilities worldwide, OML has provided high-quality medical device technology, research, and service to over 20,000 patients. 

Dr Paul Taylor, clinical director and co-founder of Odstock Medical Ltd, emphasised the importance of research in driving advancements in medical interventions. 

He commented: “Odstock Medical Ltd is delighted to be sponsoring the research category. Research is vital in developing and demonstrating the effectiveness of medical interventions. 

“It is essential in delivering the evidence the NHS needs to change practice.” 

OML’s sponsorship of the ‘Research Project of the Year’ category underscores its dedication to fostering groundbreaking research within the neurorehabilitation field. 

As nominations open, researchers and institutions are encouraged to submit their projects for consideration. 

The category serves as a platform to recognise and celebrate the impactful research that fuels progress in neurorehabilitation, ultimately benefiting patients and healthcare systems worldwide.

Find out more about the awards and enter for free here