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The journal is published by Taylor and Francis and the article can be accessed via http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/wswd20/15/2?nav=tocList. This is the contents page for the journal:

Grahame Simpson PhD Francis Yuen PhD
Contemporary perspectives on social work in acquired brain injury: An introduction.
Lyndal Hickey DipT BSW MClinFamTher, Vicki Anderson PhD, Brigid Johnson BSW PhD
Family Forward: Promoting family adaption following paediatric acquired brain injury.
Lenore A. Hawley, MSSW, LCSW, CBIST
Self-Advocacy for Independent Life: A Program for Personal Self Advocacy after Brain Injury
Grahame Simpson PhD, Daniella Pfeiffer BSW MCoupleFamTher, Shay Keogh BSW (Hons), Brigitte Lane DPsych
Describing an early social work intervention program for families after severe traumatic brain injury
Mark Holloway DipSW MA, Lauren Tyrrell BSW
Acquired Brain Injury, parenting, social work and rehabilitation: Supporting parents to support their children
Melissa Cutler MSW RSW, Michelle LA Nelson PhD, Kerry Kuluski MSW PhD,
& Maya Nikoloski RN MN
Mindful Connections: The role of a peer support group on the psychosocial adjustment for young adults recovering from brain injury
Franca Butera-Prinzi BA BSW MFamTher, Karen Story BA Dip SocStud Dip Ed, Nella Charles BSc(Psych) GradDipEdPsych GradDipFamTher MClinPsych
Holding resilience in trust: Working systemically with families following an Acquired Brain Injury
Annerley Bates PhD, Sarah Matthews BPyschSci/BCCJ, Grahame Simpson PhD, Lyndel Bates PhD 
Brain injury as the result of violence: A systematic scoping review.
Charles Degeneffe PhD
A Clarion Call for Social Work Attention: Brothers and Sisters of Persons with Acquired Brain Injury in the United States
Marie Matérne MSW, Lars-Olov Lundqvist PhD, Thomas Strandberg PhD.
Support person’s experience of vocational rehabilitation support to clients with acquired brain injury in Sweden
Martha Vungkhanching MSW PhD, Kareen N Tonsing MSW PhD
Social Workers’ Perceived Role Clarity as Members of an Interdisciplinary Team in Brain Injury Settings

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BISWG Ltd is not able to provide assistance/guidance with individual cases to members. It is a group principally for Social Workers (though we welcome other professionals working in this field) Its aim is to provide an information and networking resource for its members. All members of the committee have employment in the brain injury field and their work with BISWG Ltd is voluntary in addition to this.