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Dr Andrew Bateman

Reader and Director NIHR Research Design Service
School of Health and Social Care
Dr Andrew Bateman
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    +44 (0) 1206 874991

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    2S2.5.07, Colchester Campus

  • Academic support hours

    Monday - Friday 0900-1700

Profile

Biography

I have worked in research and clinical rehabilitation since 1990, the year I qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist (North East London Polytechnic, & London Hospital School of Physiotherapy). I completed a PhD in Neuropsychology in 1997 (University of Birmingham). I led NHS rehab services including the Oliver Zangwill Centre for Neuropsychological Rehabilitation (Ely, UK) between 2002-19. I am interested in wide range of topics and open to offering under-graduate and post-graduate supervision including: 1) patient reported outcome measures ("PROMS") 2) psychometrics, especially Rasch measurement models 3) social media in rehabilitation, 4) holistic neuropsychological assessment and rehabilitation, 5) assistive technology, 6) specific aspects of neuropsychology - executive functions, dyspraxia, attention impairments 7) generally, rehabilitation service evaluation I benefit from support from the National Institute of Health Research (NIHR) and I contribute to our local NIHR infrastructure in several ways: With the BRAIN MIC [https://www.brainmic.nihr.ac.uk/] I lead the neuropsychological rehabilitation theme. and my most substantive work is as Director of NIHR Research Design Service for East of England, leading a team that is here to help people apply for health and social care research funding. [https://rds-eoe.nihr.ac.uk/] I also support the NIHR ARC for the East of England [ https://arc-eoe.nihr.ac.uk/ ] I am also Honorary Treasurer and a Past-president of The Society for Research in Rehabilitation [https://www.srr.org.uk/] and Chair of the United Kingdom Acquired Brain Injury Forum [https://ukabif.org.uk/]. see twitter @DrAndrewBateman for news

Qualifications

  • PhD University of Birmingham, (1997)

Appointments

University of Essex

  • Head of Division, School of Health and Social Care, Division of Interdisciplinary Research and Practie (1/10/2020 - present)

  • Affiliated Lecturer, Dept of Psychiatry, University of Cambridge (1/1/2009 - present)

Research and professional activities

Conferences and presentations

Recent advances and challenges in Teleneuropsychology (TeleNP) - Innovations in neurorehabilitation: assistive technology and telecare

Invited presentation, brain behaviour and emotions 2021 online (Brasil), brain behaviour and emotions 2021 online (Brasil), Brazil, 15/8/2021

A GUIDE TO BEST-PRACTICE INTERDISCIPLINARY GOAL SETTING IN CLINICAL PRACTICE PRESENTATION

American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine, Online Spring Meeting, Dallas, United States, 22/10/2020

Taking Action to Combat the Chronic Effects of Brain Injury: A European Perspective

Invited presentation, American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine, American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine, Chicago, United States, 8/11/2019

Publications

Journal articles (63)

Peers, P., Punton, SF., Murphy, FC., Watson, P., Bateman, A., Duncan, J., Astle,, D., Hampshire, A. and Manly, T., A randomised control trial of the effects of home-based online attention training and working memory training on cognition and everyday function in a community stroke sample

McCarron, RH., Gracey, F. and Bateman, A., (2021). Detecting mental health problems after paediatric acquired brain injury: A pilot Rasch analysis of the strengths and difficulties questionnaire. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation. 31 (7), 1048-1068

Howard, R., Gathercole, R., Bradley, R., Harper, E., Davis, L., Pank, L., Lam, N., Talbot, E., Hooper, E., Winson, R., Scutt, B., Ordonez Montano, V., Nunn, S., Lavelle, G., Bateman, A., Bentham, P., Burns, A., Dunk, B., Forsyth, K., Fox, C., Poland, F., Leroi, I., Newman, S., O'Brien, J., Henderson, C., Knapp, M., Woolham, J. and Gray, R., (2021). The effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of assistive technology and telecare for independent living in dementia: a randomised controlled trial.. Age and Ageing. 50 (3), 882-890

Gathercole, R., Bradley, R., Harper, E., Davies, L., Pank, L., Lam, N., Davies, A., Talbot, E., Hooper, E., Winson, R., Scutt, B., Montano, VO., Nunn, S., Lavelle, G., Lariviere, M., Hirani, S., Brini, S., Bateman, A., Bentham, P., Burns, A., Dunk, B., Forsyth, K., Fox, C., Henderson, C., Knapp, M., Leroi, I., Newman, S., O’Brien, J., Poland, F., Woolham, J., Gray, R. and Howard, R., (2021). Assistive technology and telecare to maintain independent living at home for people with dementia: the ATTILA RCT. Health Technology Assessment. 25 (19), 1-156

Peers, PV., Punton, SF., Murphy, FC., Watson, P., Bateman, A., Duncan, J., Astle, DE., Hampshire, A. and Manly, T., (2021). A randomized control trial of the effects of home-based online attention training and working memory training on cognition and everyday function in a community stroke sample. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 1-25

Domensino, A-F., Verberne, D., Prince, L., Fish, J., Winegardner, J., Bateman, A., Wilson, B., Ponds, R. and van Heugten, C., (2021). Client experiences with holistic neuropsychological rehabilitation: “It is an ongoing process”. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 1-23

Goodwin, RA., Lincoln, NB., das Nair, R. and Bateman, A., (2020). Evaluation of NeuroPage as a memory aid for people with multiple sclerosis: A randomised controlled trial. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation. 30 (1), 15-31

Balasooriya-Smeekens, C., Bateman, A., Mant, J. and De Simoni, A., (2020). How primary care can help stroke survivors with returning to work: focus groups with stakeholders from a UK community. British Journal of General Practice. 70 (693), e294-e302

Balasooriya-Smeekens, C., Bateman, A., Mant, J. and De Simoni, A., (2020). How primary care can help survivors of transient ischaemic attack and stroke return to work: focus groups with stakeholders from a UK community.. British Journal of General Practice. 70 (693), e294-e302

Dimitriadou, M., Michaelides, MP., Bateman, A. and Constantinidou, F., (2020). Measurement of everyday dysexecutive symptoms in normal aging with the Greek version of the dysexecutive questionnaire-revised. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation. 30 (6), 1-20

Rivas-Garcia, S., Bateman, A. and Caracuel, A., (2020). Validation of the ToMas-child Scale for the Assessment of the Theory of Mind in a Group of Spanish Speaking Children Aged 3 to 7 Years from Spain. Developmental Neuropsychology. 45 (4), 232-245

Kusec, A., Murphy, FC., Peers, PV., Lawrence, C., Cameron, E., Morton, C., Bateman, A., Watson, P. and Manly, T., (2020). Mood, Activity Participation, and Leisure Engagement Satisfaction (MAPLES): a randomised controlled pilot feasibility trial for low mood in acquired brain injury.. Pilot and Feasibility Studies. 6 (1), 135-135

Davies, A., Brini, S., Hirani, S., Gathercole, R., Forsyth, K., Henderson, C., Bradley, R., Davies, L., Dunk, B., Harper, E., Lam, N., Pank, L., Leroi, I., Woolham, J., Fox, C., O'Brien, J., Bateman, A., Poland, F., Bentham, P., Burns, A., Gray, R., Knapp, M., Talbot, E., Hooper, E., Winson, R., Scutt, B., Ordonez, V., Nunn, S., Lavelle, G., Howard, R. and Newman, S., (2020). The impact of assistive technology on burden and psychological wellbeing in informal caregivers of people with dementia (ATTILA Study). Alzheimer's and Dementia: Translational Research and Clinical Interventions. 6 (1)

Feng, Y., Devlin, N., Bateman, A., Zamora, B. and Parkin, D., (2019). Distribution of the EQ-5D-5L Profiles and Values in Three Patient Groups. Value in Health. 22 (3), 355-361

Forsyth, K., Henderson, C., Davis, L., Singh Roy, A., Dunk, B., Curnow, E., Gathercole, R., Lam, N., Harper, E., Leroi, I., Woolham, J., Fox, C., O'Brien, J., Bateman, A., Poland, F., Bentham, P., Burns, A., Davies, A., Gray, R., Bradley, R., Knapp, M., Newman, S., McShane, R., Ritchie, C., Talbot, E., Hooper, E., Winson, R., Scutt, B., Ordonez, V., Nunn, S., Lavelle, G. and Howard, R., (2019). Assessment of need and practice for assistive technology and telecare for people with dementia—The ATTILA (Assistive Technology and Telecare to maintain Independent Living At home for people with dementia) trial. Alzheimer's and Dementia: Translational Research and Clinical Interventions. 5 (C), 420-430

Cook, EJ., Randhawa, G., Guppy, A., Sharp, C., Barton, G., Bateman, A. and Crawford-White, J., (2018). Exploring factors that impact the decision to use assistive telecare: perspectives of family care-givers of older people in the United Kingdom. Ageing and Society. 38 (9), 1912-1932

Dorer, CL., Manktelow, AE., Allanson, J., Sahakian, BJ., Pickard, JD., Bateman, A., Menon, DK. and Stamatakis, EA., (2018). Methylphenidate-mediated motor control network enhancement in patients with traumatic brain injury. Brain Injury. 32 (8), 1040-1049

Street, AJ., Magee, WL., Bateman, A., Parker, M., Odell-Miller, H. and Fachner, J., (2018). Home-based neurologic music therapy for arm hemiparesis following stroke: results from a pilot, feasibility randomized controlled trial.. Clinical Rehabilitation. 32 (1), 18-28

Simblett, SK., Ring, H. and Bateman, A., (2017). The Dysexecutive Questionnaire Revised (DEX-R): An extended measure of everyday dysexecutive problems after acquired brain injury. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation. 27 (8), 1124-1141

Goodwin, R., Lincoln, N., das Nair, R. and Bateman, A., (2017). External memory aids for memory problems in people with multiple sclerosis: A systematic review. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation. 27 (8), 1081-1102

Perrin, PB., Norup, A., Caracuel, A., Bateman, A., Tjørnlund, M. and Arango-Lasprilla, JC., (2017). An Actor-Partner Interdependence Model of Acquired Brain Injury Patient Impairments and Caregiver Psychosocial Functioning: A Dyadic-Report, Multinational Study.. Journal of Clinical Psychology. 73 (3), 279-293

Simblett, SK., Yates, M., Wagner, AP., Watson, P., Gracey, F., Ring, H. and Bateman, A., (2017). Computerized Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to Treat Emotional Distress After Stroke: A Feasibility Randomized Controlled Trial. JMIR Mental Health. 4 (2), e16-e16

Gracey, F., Fish, JE., Greenfield, E., Bateman, A., Malley, D., Hardy, G., Ingham, J., Evans, JJ. and Manly, T., (2017). A Randomized Controlled Trial of Assisted Intention Monitoring for the Rehabilitation of Executive Impairments Following Acquired Brain Injury.. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair. 31 (4), 323-333

Goodwin, RA., Lincoln, NB. and Bateman, A., (2016). Dysexecutive symptoms and carer strain following acquired brain injury: Changes measured before and after holistic neuropsychological rehabilitation. NeuroRehabilitation. 39 (1), 53-64

Balasooriya-Smeekens, C., Bateman, A., Mant, J. and Simoni, AD., (2016). Barriers and facilitators to staying in work after stroke: Insight from an online forum. BMJ Open. 6 (4), e009974-e009974

Ford, CEL., Malley, D., Bateman, A., Clare, ICH., Wagner, AP. and Gracey, F., (2016). Selection and visualisation of outcome measures for complex post-acute acquired brain injury rehabilitation interventions. NeuroRehabilitation. 39 (1), 65-79

Cook, EJ., Randhawa, G., Sharp, C., Ali, N., Guppy, A., Barton, G., Bateman, A. and Crawford-White, J., (2016). Exploring the factors that influence the decision to adopt and engage with an integrated assistive telehealth and telecare service in Cambridgeshire, UK: a nested qualitative study of patient 'users' and 'non-users'.. BMC Health Services Research. 16 (1), 137-137

Simblett, SK., Gracey, F., Ring, H. and Bateman, A., (2015). Measuring coping style following acquired brain injury: A modification of the Coping Inventory for Stressful Situations Using Rasch analysis. British Journal of Clinical Psychology. 54 (3), 249-265

Street, AJ., Magee, WL., Odell-Miller, H., Bateman, A. and Fachner, JC., (2015). Home-based neurologic music therapy for upper limb rehabilitation with stroke patients at community rehabilitation stage—a feasibility study protocol. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 9 (September), 480-

Rathinam, C., Bateman, A., Peirson, J. and Skinner, J., (2014). Observational gait assessment tools in paediatrics – A systematic review. Gait & Posture. 40 (2), 279-285

Loschiavo-Alvares, FQ., Nogueira Sediyama, CY., Gomide Vasconcelos, A., Neves, F., Corrêa, H., Malloy-Diniz, LF. and Bateman, A., (2013). Clinical application of DEX-R for patients with bipolar disorder type I and II. Clinical Neuropsychiatry. 10 (2), 86-94

Loschiavo-Alvares, F., Sediyama, C., Neves, F., Corrêa, H., Malloy-Diniz, L. and Bateman, A., (2013). Neuropsychological rehabilitation for bipolar disorder — A single case design. Translational Neuroscience. 4 (1), 96-103

Cuberos-Urbano, G., Caracuel, A., Vilar-López, R., Valls-Serrano, C., Bateman, A. and Verdejo-García, A., (2013). Ecological validity of the Multiple Errands Test using predictive models of dysexecutive problems in everyday life. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology. 35 (3), 329-336

Leroi, I., Woolham, J., Gathercole, R., Howard, R., Dunk, B., Fox, C., O’Brien, J., Bateman, A., Poland, F., Bentham, P., Burns, A., Davies, A., Forsyth, K., Gray, R., Knapp, M., Newman, S., McShane, R. and Ritchie, C., (2013). Does telecare prolong community living in dementia? A study protocol for a pragmatic, randomised controlled trial. Trials. 14 (1), 349-349

Pandyan, AD., (2013). New guidelines on rehabilitation likely to restrict practices and stifle innovation. BMJ. 347 (aug06 1), f4876-f4876

Simblett, SK., Badham, R., Greening, K., Adlam, A., Ring, H. and Bateman, A., (2012). Validating independent ratings of executive functioning following acquired brain injury using Rasch analysis. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation. 22 (6), 874-889

Brindley, R., Bateman, A. and Gracey, F., (2011). Exploration of use of SenseCam to support autobiographical memory retrieval within a cognitive-behavioural therapeutic intervention following acquired brain injury. Memory. 19 (7), 745-757

Simblett, SK., Ring, H. and Bateman, A., (2011). Computerised Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (cCBT): A possible treatment for mood disorders experienced by people with neurological conditions?. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation. 21 (6), 925-928

Caracuel, A., Bateman, A., Teasdale, TW., Verdejo-García, A. and Pérez-García, M., (2011). Spanish, French, and British Cross-Cultural Validation of the European Brain Injury Questionnaire. Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation. 26 (6), 478-488

Simblett, SK. and Bateman, A., (2011). Dimensions of the Dysexecutive Questionnaire (DEX) examined using Rasch analysis. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation. 21 (1), 1-25

Bateman, A., (2010). Derrick bird, the handbrake and service provision. Psychologist. 23 (7), 538-539

EVANS, JJ., GREENFIELD, EVE., WILSON, BA. and BATEMAN, A., (2009). Walking and talking therapy: Improving cognitive–motor dual-tasking in neurological illness. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society. 15 (1), 112-120

Cooper, J., Reynolds, F. and Bateman, A., (2009). An Evaluation of a Fatigue Management Intervention for People with Acquired Brain Injury: An Exploratory Study. British Journal of Occupational Therapy. 72 (4), 174-179

Bateman, A., Teasdale, TW. and Willmes, K., (2009). Assessing construct validity of the self-rating version of the European Brain Injury Questionnaire (EBIQ) using Rasch analysis. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation. 19 (6), 941-954

(2008). Letter to the editor. Brain Injury. 22 (7-8), 509-509

Fish, J., Evans, JJ., Nimmo, M., Martin, E., Kersel, D., Bateman, A., Wilson, BA. and Manly, T., (2007). Rehabilitation of executive dysfunction following brain injury: “Content-free” cueing improves everyday prospective memory performance. Neuropsychologia. 45 (6), 1318-1330

Riddoch, MJ., Humphreys, GW., Jacobson, S., Pluck, G., Bateman, A. and Edwards, M., (2004). Impaired orientation discrimination and localisation following parietal damage: On the interplay between dorsal and ventral processes in visual perception. Cognitive Neuropsychology. 21 (6), 597-623

Dawes, H., Bateman, A., Culpan, J., Scott, OM., Roach, NK. and Wade, DT., (2003). Heart Rate as a Measure of Exercise Testing Early after Acquired Brain Injury. Physiotherapy. 89 (10), 570-574

Dawes, H., Cockburn, J., Roach, NK., Wade, DT., Bateman, A. and Scott, O., (2003). The effect of a perceptual cognitive task on exercise performance: the dual-task condition after brain injury. Clinical Rehabilitation. 17 (5), 535-539

Dawes, H., Bateman, A., Culpan, J., Scott, O., Wade, DT., Roach, N. and Greenwood, R., (2003). The effect of increasing effort on movement economy during incremental cycling exercise in individuals early after acquired brain injury. Clinical Rehabilitation. 17 (5), 528-534

Jackson, D., Turner-Stokes, L., Culpan, J., Bateman, A., Scott, O., Powell, J. and Greenwood, R., (2001). Can brain-injured patients participate in an aerobic exercise programme during early inpatient rehabilitation?. Clinical Rehabilitation. 15 (5), 535-544

Bateman, A., Culpan, FJ., Pickering, AD., Powell, JH., Scott, OM. and Greenwood, RJ., (2001). The effect of aerobic training on rehabilitation outcomes after recent severe brain injury: A randomized controlled evaluation. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. 82 (2), 174-182

Bateman, A., Culpan, FJ., Pickering, AD., Powell, JH., Scott, OM. and Greenwood, RJ., (2001). The effect of aerobic training on rehabilitation outcomes after recent severe brain injury: A randomized controlled evaluation. ARCHIVES OF PHYSICAL MEDICINE AND REHABILITATION. 82 (2), 174-182

Bateman, A., (2000). Screening Test Sensitivity. Physiotherapy. 86 (1), 55-55

Dawes, H., Bateman, A., Wade, D. and Scott, OM., (2000). High-intensity cycling exercise after a stroke: a single case study. Clinical Rehabilitation. 14 (6), 570-573

Bateman, A., (1998). A Cognitive Neuropsychological Approach to Assessment of Patients with Brain Damage. Physiotherapy. 84 (3), 132-132

Bateman, A. and Riddoch, MJ., (1996). Neuropsychological perspectives on 'Pusher syndrome'. European Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. 6 (3), 93-96

Riddoch, MJ., Humphreys, GW., Luckhurst, L., Burroughs, E. and Bateman, A., (1995). “Paradoxical neglect”: spatial representations, hemisphere-specific activation, and spatial cueing. Cognitive Neuropsychology. 12 (6), 569-604

Riddoch, MJ., Humphreys, GW., Burroughs, E., Luckhurst, L., Bateman, A. and Hill, S., (1995). Cueing in a case of neglect: modality and automaticity effects. Cognitive Neuropsychology. 12 (6), 605-621

Riddoch, MJ., Humphreys, GW. and Bateman, A., (1995). Congnitive Deficits Following Stroke. Physiotherapy. 81 (8), 465-473

Riddoch, MJ., Humphreys, GW. and Bateman, A., (1995). Stroke. Physiotherapy. 81 (11), 689-694

Bateman, A., (1994). Wider Perspective on Stroke. Physiotherapy. 80 (8), 565-565

Rumiati, RI., Humphreys, GW., Riddoch, MJ. and Bateman, A., (1994). Visual object agnosia without prosopagnosia or alexia: Evidence for hierarchical theories of visual recognition. Visual Cognition. 1 (2-3), 181-225

Books (3)

Bateman, A., (2020). REABILITAÇÃO NEUROPSICOLÓGICA: TEORIA, MODELOS, TERAPIA E EFICÁCIA. 9788570740502

Winson, R., Wilson, BA. and Bateman, A., (2017). The Brain Injury Rehabilitation Workbook. Guilford Publications. 1462528503. 9781462528509

Wilson, BA., Gracey, F., Evans, JJ. and Bateman, A., (2009). Neuropsychological Rehabilitation. Cambridge University Press. 9780521841498

Book chapters (6)

Pereira, AP., Fish, J., Malley, D. and Bateman, A., (2017). The importance of culture in holistic neuropsychological rehabilitation: Suggestions for improving cultural competence. In: Neuropsychological Rehabilitation: The International Handbook. Editors: Wilson, BA., Winegardner, J., van Heugten, CM. and Ownsworth, T., . Routledge. 491- 499. 9781138643093

Wilson, BA., Bateman, A., Evans, JJ., Wilson, BA., Gracey, F., Evans, JJ. and Bateman, A., (2009). The Understanding Brain Injury (UBI) Group. In: Neuropsychological Rehabilitation. Cambridge University Press. 68- 80. 9780521841498

Cooper, J., Bateman, A., Wilson, BA., Gracey, F., Evans, JJ. and Bateman, A., (2009). Adam: extending the therapeutic milieu into the community in the rehabilitation of a client with severe aphasia and apraxia. In: Neuropsychological Rehabilitation. Cambridge University Press. 292- 303. 9780521841498

Wilson, BA., Gracey, F., Malley, D., Bateman, A., Evans, JJ., Wilson, BA., Gracey, F., Evans, JJ. and Bateman, A., (2009). The Oliver Zangwill Centre approach to neuropsychological rehabilitation. In: Neuropsychological Rehabilitation. Cambridge University Press. 47- 67. 9780521841498

Bateman, A., Wilson, BA., Gracey, F., Evans, JJ. and Bateman, A., (2009). Is this approach effective? Outcome measurement at the Oliver Zangwill Centre. In: Neuropsychological Rehabilitation. Cambridge University Press. 334- 349. 9780521841498

Malley, D., Bateman, A., Gracey, F., Wilson, BA., Gracey, F., Evans, JJ. and Bateman, A., (2009). Practically based project groups. In: Neuropsychological Rehabilitation. Cambridge University Press. 164- 181. 9780521841498

Conferences (4)

Bateman, A., Remote rehabilitation that incorporates discussion of values in therapy is possible with an online card-sorting exercise

Bateman, A., Shigeharu, A. and Ooyama, N., Holistic Neuropsychological Rehabilitation: what is possible online?

Bateman, A., Holistic Neuropsychological Rehabilitation: what is possible online?

Bateman, A., (2021). Research routes to patient benefit: Expect Diversions along the way!

Grants and funding

2020

NeuRestore: Brain Computer Interface driven rehabilitation of upper limb weakness of stroke survivors

Innovate UK (formerly Technology Strategy Board)

2019

Community Research and Engagement Programme (COURAGE)

UK Research and Innovation

To provide mentoring for a potential PhD applicaiton

University of East Anglia

Contact

a.bateman@essex.ac.uk
+44 (0) 1206 874991

Location:

2S2.5.07, Colchester Campus

Academic support hours:

Monday - Friday 0900-1700