International Brain Injury Association Virtual World Congress on Brain Injury 2021

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+ Include: 42 videos, size: 21.5 GB

+ Target Audience: rehabilitation physicians, psychiatrists, psychologists, neurosurgeons, speech pathologists, occupational therapists, physical therapists

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+ Include: 42 videos, size: 21.5 GB

+ Target Audience: rehabilitation physicians, psychiatrists, psychologists, neurosurgeons, speech pathologists, occupational therapists, physical therapists

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July 28 – 30, 2021

Congress Overview

Mark your calendars now for the 2021 Virtual World Congress on Brain Injury! This multidisciplinary event will offer a broad and varied program spanning cutting-edge research to practical and applied techniques for improving outcome for persons with brain injury. The conference is a joint initiative of the International Brain Injury Association, ABI Ireland, the International Paediatric Brain Injury Society, the North American Brain Injury Society, PINK Concussions, and the IBIA Special Interest Groups.

Keynote Speakers

The International Brain Injury Association, ABI Ireland, the International Paediatric Brain Injury Society, the North American Brain Injury Society, the ABI Ireland, PINK Concussions, and the IBIA Special Interest Groups are pleased to introduce the Keynote Speakers confirmed to-date for the upcoming 2021 Virtual World Congress on Brain Injury. The Keynote Speakers are:

  • Brian Edlow, MD – USA
    Massachusetts General Hospital
  • Christopher Giza, MD – USA
    UCLA Brain Injury Research Center
  • Geoffrey Manley, MD, PhD – USA
    Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital
  • Skye McDonald, PhD – Australia
    University of New South Wales
  • Andreas Meyer-Heim, MD – Switzerland
    Swiss Children’s Rehab, University Children’s Hospital, Zurich
  • Ian Robertson, PhD – Ireland
    Trinity College Dublin & Global Brain Health Institute

Educational Content

The conference will span an intensive three-day period and will feature internationally-renowned plenary speakers, platform lectures, workshops and panels. In addition, brain injury professionals from around the world will have the opportunity to share their research and clinical findings through the peer-reviewed abstract submission process. All conference participants will join the decision-makers and key opinion leaders who are shaping the future of brain injury research, treatment, and rehabilitation.

Who Should Attend

Delegates are comprised of rehabilitation physicians, psychiatrists, psychologists, neurosurgeons, speech pathologists, occupational therapists, physical therapists, social workers, educators, nurses, case managers, advocates, legal professionals and all others committed to improving the outcome of adults and children with traumatic and non-traumatic brain injury.

Race for Research

#IBIABrainRace

The International Brain Injury Association (IBIA) is excited to announce the Inaugural Race for Research, which will be July 10 – 17, 2021. This virtual event will expand research grant opportunities and Young Investigator participation in IBIA and its affiliate organizations, the International Paediatric Brain Injury Society, the North American Brain Injury Society, PINK Concussions and other IBIA Special Interest Groups. This virtual opportunity allows for world-wide participation for colleagues, survivors, and caregivers.

 

 

 

+ Topics:

Assessment and Management of Patients During Post-Traumatic Amnesia After Traumatic Brain Injury.mp4
Closing Remarks.mp4
Cognition and Cholinergic Function after Traumatic Brain Injury.mp4
Comorbidities, Rehabilitation and Family Needs in US Active-Duty Personnel and Veterans in the First Five Years After TBI.mp4
Congress Concludes & Announcement of Live Attendee Winners.mp4
COVID-19 as a Cause of Acquired Brain Injury Lessons from Current Research and Advanced Neuroimaging.mp4
Data Science in Traumatic Brain Injury Implications for Policy and Healthcare Decision Making.mp4
DOC-SIG International Diagnostic Guidelines for Disorders of Consciousness Point-counterpoint.mp4
IPBIS – State of the Art Service Delivery Models for Concussion Management for Children and Adolescents.mp4
IPBIS – Teen Online Problem Solving for Adolescents with Brain Injury What Is It How Does it Work, and How Can It Be Adapted.mp4
Keynote Lecture Transforming Concussion Care New Approaches to an Old Problem by Christopher Giza.mp4
Keynote Lecture Undersatanding Los of Empathy in People with Severe TBI by Skye McDonald.mp4
Keynote Lecture- Mapping the Connectivity of Consciouness by Brian Edlow.mp4
Keynote Lecture- Meeting the Criteria of Sensor-Motor Learning Novel Techonologies in Pediatric Rehab by Andreas Meyer-Heim.mp4
Latest Research on Cerebral Blood Flow Alteration Following Mild TBI (Concussion).mp4
Neuroendocrine Dysfunction After TBI A Practical Approach to Evaluation and Management.mp4
PEDIATRIC IPBIS Tool Kit Overview and Late Breaking News.mp4
PEDIATRIC Pediatric Disorders of Consciousness Outcomes and Interventions.mp4
PEDIATRIC Support, Hope & Resiliency An Education and Training Program for Caregivers After Pediatric ABI.mp4
PEDIATRIC Traumatic Brain Injury in Preschool Children The Injury, Symptoms, Outcomes, and Impact on Family.mp4
PEDIATRIC- Abusive Head Trauma in the Time of COVID-19-Experience from Tertiary Referral Center.mp4
PEDIATRIC- Top Scoring Abstracts.mp4
PEDIATRIC- What We Can Do to Stop Children and Young People with Neuro-Disabilities Ending Up in Prisons.mp4
PINK X – Session 1 Intimate Partner Violence Related TBI Current Issues, Future Directions PART 1.mp4
PINK X – Session 2 TBI in Women in Prison Current Issues, Future Directions.mp4
PINK X Current Research on Sex Differences in Brain Injury.mp4
PINK X Gender – Social Construct Differences.mp4
PINK X Panel Discussion and Call to Action by Black Rehabilitation Professionals.mp4
PINK X Panel of Women with Lived Experience of Brain Injury.mp4
PINK X Top Scoring Abstracts.mp4
PINK X Understanding and Dismantling Systemic Barriers for Black Patients and Professionals in the Field of Brain Injury Researc.mp4
PINK X Understanding and Dismantling Systemic Barriers in the Brain Injury Field Faced by Black Women A Panel Discussion by Blac.mp4
Return to School following Traumatic Brain Injury.mp4
Risk for Opioid Use and Misuse Among Individuals with A Lifetime History of Traumatic Brain Injury.mp4
Social Cognition Communication and Affect (SOCCA) Special Interest Group Symposium.mp4
The Foundation to Advance Brain Rehabilitation (FABR) Advocacy for Postacute Brain Rehabilitation and Persons Served through Col.mp4
The Prognostic Power of Sleep after TBI.mp4
Top Scoring Abstracts.mp4
Traumatic Brain Injury in Early Life Relationships with Crime and Implications for Policy Development.mp4
Validity Assessment in Persons with Claimed Brain Injury Clinical and Forensic Caveats.mp4
Welcome of Final Day and Keynote Lecture- How Confidence Works in Recovery from Brain Injury by Ian Robertson.mp4
Welcome, Updates from Section and Special Interest Group Leaders and Morning Keynote by Geoff Manley.mp4

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