A Narrative Approach. Life after Encephalitis by Dr Ava Easton

Life After Encephalitis provides a unique insight into the experiences of those affected by encephalitis, sharing the rich, perceptive, and often powerful, narratives of survivors and family members.

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Awakenings by Oliver Sacks

Awakenings-which inspired the major motion picture-is the remarkable story of a group of patients who contracted sleeping-sickness during the great epidemic just after World War I.

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Bed 12 by Alison Murdoch

Bed 12 is a survival guide to the world of acute medicine, and a poignant and darkly comic account of what it’s like to fight for someone’s life

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Brain on Fire by Susannah Cahalan

This is a remarkable book about a type of encephalitis called anti-NMDA-receptor encephalitis. Susannah survives not only this devastating condition but also not uncommon mid-diagnoses, and their potential for admission to psychiatric institutions.

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Crazy Days. Poems by Carole Coates

These poems were written after the author's husband started to recover from VGKC antibody encephalitis.

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Identity Unknown by Barbara A. Wilson, Claire Robertson, Joe Mole

Identity Unknown gives an exceptional, poignant and in-depth understanding of what it is like to live with the severe after-effects of brain damage caused by a viral infection of the brain.

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Narrative Approaches to Brain Injury by Stephen Weatherhead and David Todd

This book brings together narrative approaches and brain injury rehabilitation, in a manner that fosters an understanding of the natural fit between the two.

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On the Edge: My Story by Richard Hammond

On the Edge is Richard Hammond's compelling account of life before and after the accident and an honest description of his recovery, full of drama and incident.

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One Million Lovely Letters by Jodi Ann Bickley

One Million Lovely Letters is one woman's inspirational journey to recovery, and is a witty and uplifting testament to the power of words to heal heart and mind.

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Our Time of Day. My Life with Corin Redgrave by Kika Markham

Out Time of Day provides a better understanding of the impact of brain injury more broadly. The book appeals to patients and families alike as well as those professionals supporting them.

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Out of It by Simon Hattenstone

Out of It describes three harrowing years, from nine to 12, when Simon Hattenstone had encephalitis, an infection of his brain.

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The Thief In The Night by Catherine O'Toole Scott

The Thief in The Night is an honest and candid account of the author's outcomes following encephalitis and the impact it has had both upon her and her family.

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Time Out of Mind by Jane Lapotaire

Time Out of Mind is Jane Lapotaire' story of recovery from the subsequent brain injury that an haemorrhage and invasive surgery left her with.

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Touching Distance by James Cracknell and Beverley Turner

Touching Distance is the story of James Cracknell, before and after his life-changing accident.

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