Until December 9, 2022
Our conference is designed for health care professionals and those interested in the ever-changing world of brain injury and treatment. We are looking for dynamic speakers, engaging presentations and valuable resources for the health care and service provider community to be a part of our conference on May 17th & 18th, 2023.
We will be offering three optional workshops for conference attendees on May 16, 2023. We are looking for individuals who would like to run these workshops and provide interactive opportunities to focus more in-depth on a particular topic related to brain injury, while sharing your expertise and ideas with colleagues helping to build skills, expertise, and resources for attendees across Canada.
Brain Injury Canada is holding a virtual conference on May 17 & 18 for healthcare and health service providers. Our goal with this conference is to provide practical education on a variety of topics to better inform and improve their delivery and service and care. Who better to contribute to this education than persons living with brain injury or a caregiver/family member?
We are looking for individuals interested in recording a 10-minute presentation to be included on the conference virtual platform.
The Brain Injury Canada Conference is the only national conference for health care professionals and service providers that focuses on providing informative & engaging education about brain injury and its intersectionalities.
When you attend our virtual two-day conference, you have access to acclaimed experts, valuable resources, and exclusive networking opportunities with like-minded professionals from across the country.
Attend relevant and engaging presentations on topics such as occupational stress; Indigenous health; homelessness; adolescent identity after traumatic brain injury; concussion-patient education; collaborative community program; and perspectives from those with lived experience.
Having our conference virtually means we are able to offer this incredible event at a more affordable rate and in a more accessible way so that people from all across Canada, in all areas of health care have an opportunity to connect with this supportive community.
We are a national organization committed to supporting the over 1.5 million Canadians with brain injury in Canada and their caregivers.
Our conference is designed for health care professionals and those interested in the ever-changing world of brain injury and treatment.
Network and engage with speakers, exhibitors and attendees from across Canada