Alaska Brain Injury Conference, April 30-May 2
The North American Brain Injury Society and the Alaska Brain Injury Network will join together to host the second quadrennial Alaska Brain Injury Conference at the Anchorage Marriott Hotel, April 30 through May 2.
The conference, entitled “Shining a Light on Everyday Heroes; Supporting Brain Injury in Your Community,” will have a strong focus on rural and underserved communities. Attendees will benefit from nationally and internationally recognized authorities on the subject of brain injury research, rehabilitation and long-term care. From groundbreaking diagnostic and telemedicine techniques, to community rehabilitation and reentry for successful lifelong living, an all-star cast of top researchers and clinicians will present the very latest in brain injury treatment and rehabilitation.
The conference will offer specialty tracks specific for military and veterans (i.e. blast injuries and caring for wounded warriors) and tribal/rural topics (telehealth, using technology to delivery medical and community based services).
Who should attend? Doctors, nurses, rehabilitation professionals, neuropsychologists, psychologists, behavioral health counselors, educators, vocational specialists, paraprofessionals, traumatic brain injury survivors and family members.
For cost and registration information, email Colleen LoGrande at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 907-274-2824.