Nadina Lincoln, Professor of Clinical Psychology, Rehabilitation and Ageing

Nadina Lincoln was a founding member of the Nottingham Stroke Research Unit, established in 1982. Her main expertise is in randomised controlled trials of rehabilitation. These include evaluation of a regaining confidence after stroke course, a trial of memory rehabilitation following traumatic brain injury, evaluation of memory rehabilitation for people with multiple sclerosis and evaluation of adjustment groups for people with multiple sclerosis.
Recent research has involved studies on the assessment of fitness to drive in people with multiple sclerosis and dementia. The studies include validating a battery of cognitive tests to identify whether people are safe to drive. Studies are also in progress on psychological factors related to pain in people with osteoarthritis of the knee.