The 2021 Brain Injury Canada Conference is now over. Thank you for joining us. If you are still interested in watching the presentations, you can register and watch the recordings on our event platform!
Life following brain injury – for individuals and families and friends and the professionals who support them – can be dominated by frustration, confusion, withdrawal, anger, and sadness. With these... Read More
Survivors of intimate partner violence (IPV) are at high risk of acquiring a brain injury (BI). While BIs are often thought to be most common among athletes; a growing body of emerging research indicates... Read More
The initiation and translation of sex-and gender-specific research findings into clinically useful considerations in traumatic brain injury (TBI) has been difficult, despite evidence that biological sex (i.e., which constitutes the biological and physiological bases that... Read More
In this talk, I will demonstrate how diffuse damage due to TBI and other conditions gives rise to common behavioural deficits involving attention and executive functions, often with substantial consequences... Read More
This presentation will explore intersections of race and identity, and how individuals of traditionally marginalized groups experience and access healthcare differently. Through a brief recount of historical and current examples,... Read More
This presentation will examine the acceleration of digitally enabled care delivery in Canadian health systems and consider the opportunities and value of digital transformation for citizens, their families, the health... Read More
The journey of an ABI Survivor is not linear nor ‘one size fits all’. Obstacles that impede recovery are individualized, inescapable, immobilizing – they are barriers to navigating back to... Read More