A series of 15-minute webcasts
A series of bitesize sessions brought to you by our specialist injury lawyers and featuring some special guest speakers.
The series is designed to deliver concise and interesting updates, conversations and presentations on a range of topics.
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Our most popular episodes
The frontal lobe paradox: a discussion with Professor Ingram Wright, Consultant Neuropsychologist
In this episode of Stewarts Soundbites, Emma Lyons spoke to Professor Ingram Wright, consultant neuropsychologist, about the frontal lobe paradox.
Read more about the speaker Professor Ingram Wright.
A contemporary approach to the age-old limb salvage dilemma
In this episode of Stewarts Soundbites, Senior Associate Chris Smith spoke to Nicole Bennett, an orthotist and prosthetist at Pace Rehabilitation, the UK’s largest independent provider of amputee rehabilitation services.
Read more about the speaker Nicole Bennett.
Traumatic brain injury and the criminal justice system
We are delighted to welcome Chloe Birch, a barrister specialising in criminal defence, to talk about the recognition and treatment of traumatic brain injury (TBI) in the criminal justice system.
Read more about our speaker Chloe Birch.
How will the care crisis affect evidence in injury claims?
We are all acutely aware that the care sector is in crisis. Recruitment and retention of staff is proving more difficult than ever and, as a consequence, there has been huge growth in the wages being offered to carers.
Read more about the podcast and our speakers.
Sex and dating after spinal cord injury, an insider’s perspective
We are delighted to welcome back Allan Clayton to Stewarts Soundbites. Allan was a promising young footballer who was only 17 when he sustained a spinal cord injury in a road traffic accident.
Read more about the speaker Allan Clayton.
Concussion and serious injuries in sport
To celebrate Stewarts Soundbites’ 50th episode, we are delighted to welcome Nick Worth to speak about concussion and serious injuries in sports. Nick has a very interesting career history and a wealth of experience in dealing with sportsmen and women who have sustained injury as a result of participation in sports.
Read more about the podcast and speaker.
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