Rehabilitation enables people with health conditions to optimise participation in society

The Society for Research in Rehabilitation

The Society of Research in Rehabilitation (SRR) is the major multidisciplinary rehabilitation research society in the UK. Its aim is to advance education and research into all aspects of the rehabilitation of people with disability and to disseminate the useful results of such research for the public benefit.

The Society aims to be inspiring and educational, whilst providing excellent opportunities for networking, for junior and established researchers.

The SRR runs two conferences a year, with topic specific research symposia, free scientific presentations and 'research in progress' posters.

Next meeting

The meeting will be hosted by Dr Julian O'Kelly at the Royal Hospital for neuro-disability THEME: New Perspectives from Rehabilitation Research in Paediatrics a...

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Book Now for the SRR Winter Meeting in London

2nd February 2016 at the Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability. Symposia from Dr David J Sharp, Dr Sal Connolly, Dr Carolyn Du... [read more]

The Abstracts are in...

Thank you to everyone who has submitted a Research or Work in Progress Abstract. [read more]

Impact on Reducing Disability

Commission on Human Medicines and Expert Working Group have produced a report which may be of interest to members given the... [read more]