North American Brain Injury Society 11th Annual Conference on Brain Injury
September 18 - 21, 2013 New Orleans, Louisiana
The 2013 NABIS conference planning committee, led by Tina Trudel, PhD, 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. This year's topics include Effort, Exaggeration, and Malingering after Concussion; Process and Outcome of Holistic Neuropsychological Rehabiliation; State of Brain Injury Rehabilitation and Summit Update; Episodic Dyscontrol; Resilence Post-TBI; Affect Related Disorders Post–TBI; Pediatric Neuropsychology; Post-traumatic Headache; DVBIC Research; Models for Family Therapy Post-TBI; MTBI and Suicidal Ideation; Neurotherapy; New Developments in Understanding the Mechanism of Blast Related TBI; Trancranial Magnetic Stimulation; Clinical Practice Guidelines on Disorders of Consciousness; NIDRR Update; Sleep and Brain Injury; NASHIA and State issues in Brain Injury Services; Advanced Therapies Capitalizing on Neuroplasticity; Cultural Issues in BI Rehabilitation; Acute and Long Term Clinical Issues in Disorders of Consciousness; and Aging, Functional Decline, and Assistance. Episodic Dyscontrol, Resilence Post-TBI, Affect Related Disorders Post-TBI, Post-traumatic Headache, Clinical Practice Guidelines on Disorders of Consciousness, NIDRR Update, mTBI and Suicidal Ideation, Trancranial Magnetic Stimulation, NASHIA and State Issues in Brain Injury Services, and Brain Injury as a Chronic Disease. Additionally at the meeting, there will be Panel discussions on Neuro Imaging and Healthcare Reform.
Prior to the start of the general meeting, there will be a pre-conference on NeuroImaging.