My name is (Mr) Narinder Kapur – I am a London-based Consultant Neuropsychologist and visiting Professor of Neuropsychology at University College London. I have over 40 years’ experience working in the National Health Service, most of that time as Head of Neuropsychology in a major neurosciences centre, in Southampton and in Cambridge. I have authored or edited four books in the area of Neuropsychology, including one on memory disorders, and I am past-President of the British Neuropsychological Society. I received a Lifetime Achievement award from my professional body, the British Psychological Society. I set up the first Memory Aids Clinic in the country, at Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge. I won an award for this clinic, for my book The Paradoxical Brain, and for my article, On the Pursuit of Clinical Excellence.
Clinics I practice from
I have clinics in Harrow, in central London and in Leeds. I also carry out home visits in the UK.
As a consultant neuropsychologist, I carry out neuropsychological assessment for diagnostic purposes such as dementia diagnosis. I also prepare medicolegal reports for law firms, dealing with issues in brain injury patients such as condition and prognosis, and with issues such as clinical negligence. I offer cognitive rehabilitation for those who have suffered a brain injury.
In addition to my Neuropsychology practice, I am actively involved in patient safety and NHS management. I have published articles in this field, I am a member of a surgical patient safety committee (CORESS) which meets regularly at the Royal College of Surgeons, and I offer workshops on topics such as preventing unconscious bias in healthcare.
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