The call for abstracts for 2022 is now closed. Thank you to all those who applied.
Brain Injury Canada strives to create platforms to bring people together in the interest of education, information and awareness of brain injury. 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.
Areas of interest include: housing, homelessness, mental health, intersectionality, BIPOC, managing behaviour, self-care, addressing inequalities and innovations in care/treatment/rehabilitation.
All presentations are 30 minutes in length, followed by a 10 minute Q&A period. All presenters must have a slide presentation, and we ask presenters to not include any commercialization or marketing of products and/or services.
Please note: no presenter fee is paid to successful participants.
Your abstracts are a brief overview of your presentation which include your intended audience, the format of your presentation, and the key takeaways that your intended audience will receive.
Submit directly through the form on this page. Please make sure you review the submission requirements, and use accepted file types (.docx or pdf) for any additional documents.
Our conference committee will review all submissions and contact you directly by mid-December should your abstract be accepted.