The North American Brain Injury Society (NABIS) Brain Injury Conference Program Now Online!
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The North American Brain Injury Society™
10th Annual Conference on Brain Injury
InterContinental Hotel, Miami, Florida
September 12-15, 2012
2012 CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS
The 2012 NABIS conference planning committee has developed an integrated educational program that promises to be of interest to researchers, clinicians, administrators, and other brain injury
professionals. The conference will be a four-day, multi-track event that will cover a wide range of brain injury topics including medical best practices, rehabilitation, research, life-long living, pediatrics, advocacy and public policy. This year NABIS is pleased to present focused sessions on the use of technology in neuro-rehabilitation, mild TBI, as well as special panels on blast injury, neurotoxicity, the latest in neuropsychological testing, educating students with brain injury and much more! Click here for full conference details:
PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP: PERSPECTIVES IN PEDIATRIC BRAIN INJURY: New this year, NABIS is pleased to partner with the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine to offer a special pre-conference educational day entitled, Perspectives in Pediatric Brain Injury. This comprehensive full-day session is presented jointly by NABIS and the KiDZ Neuroscience Center, Department of Neurosurgery & The Miami
Project to Cure Paralysis University of Miami Miller School of
Medicine. To view the program for this special session, click here
PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP II: NEUROTOXIC EXPOSURE: The Conference will also feature a second pre-conference day that will address Neurotoxic Exposure with presentations from leading medical, neuropsychological, life care planning and legal experts. This workshop will discuss the types, assessment, treatment, rehabilitation, litigation and life care planning of neurotoxic exposure cases, which will be highlighted by current research and in-depth case reviews. For more information on this pre-conference, click here
INTERNATIONALLY RECOGNIZED FACULTY
The conference planning committee has assembled an internationally recognized faculty of brain injury experts drawn from the areas of neuroimaging, basic & translational science, acute care, rehabilitation, neuropsychology, education, vocational issues, public policy and more. To view the list of confirmed speakers to date, click here
BLAST INJURY INSTITUTE SESSIONS
Incorporated into the main conference program will be focused sessions addressing the critical and growing issue of blast injury and TBI. The highlight of these sessions will be a half-day discussion panel for professionals working with blast induced brain injured military and non-military personnel.
On Saturday, September 15, there will be a free post-conference workshop on Pediatric Neurocognitive Assessment open to those who register for the regular Medical Conference. To register for the post conference, click here
TRAVEL SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE
For more information on the Toral Family Foundation Scholarship, click here
Make plans now to join your colleagues in beautiful Miami!
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