Neil’s clinical experience is in adult acquired communication and swallowing disorders.  He teaches across the Speech & Language Therapy curriculum with a particular interest in acquired language and voice disorders.  He is the Course Director for the Speech & Language Therapy programme and runs the Conversation Partners scheme.  This scheme pairs first year students with adults who have acquired long-term communication difficulties, providing students with opportunities to develop supported conversation skills as well as to provide outreach to the local community.

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Horton, S., Mares, K., Coull, N., Poland, F.


On the character and production of ‘active participation’ in neuro-rehabilitation: an Actor-Network perspective,

in Sociology of Health & Illness



pp. 1529–1541

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