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What does BIR stand for?

BIR stands for Brain Injury Rehabilitation (various organizations)

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A WARWICKSHIRE orchestra is set to stage a charity concert to raise money for a brain injury rehabilitation centre.
At the same time in which we are learning more about regeneration and the connectivity of brain cells, the scientific journal, PM&R will be publishing an article by Mary Ellen Hayden (the founder of Pate Rehabilitation) et al (2013) showing evidence that post-acute brain injury rehabilitation yields significant gains in functioning with the appropriate environments and activities.
7 M Description: This is a major State Government development which involves construction of a new Acquired Brain Injury Rehabilitation Centre consisting of 42 inpatient beds, Consulting Rooms, Physio Gym and Staff Offices to provide community rehabilitation service for people with moderate to severe head injury resulting from accident, illness or stroke.
The event is jointly sponsored by Duncan Gibbins Solicitors and Lindsays Solicitors, with proceeds being donated to the Alder Hey Hospital Imagine Appeal; Sunflowers, a Liverpool charity that supports people living with cancer; Changing Faces, a charity offering advice, counselling and support to people with facial disfigurement; and the Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust, which provides services for people who have suffered a brain injury.
The patient was enrolled at the Shepherd Center spinal cord and brain injury rehabilitation hospital, Geron's president and CEO, Shepherd Center's medical director, said the clinical trial was a key step forward in attempts to find a cure for paralysis in people with spinal cord injury.
The patient was enrolled at the Shepherd Center spinal cord and brain injury rehabilitation hospital, Geron's president and CEO, Shepherd Center's medical director, said the clinical trial was a key step forward in attempts to find a cure for paralysis in people with spinal cord injury.