Brain Injury Research PowerPoint Presentations - PPT
Near Infra Red/ LED and QEEG Neurofeedback Protocol TBI - presentation
Near Infra Red/ LED and QEEG Neurofeedback Protocol TBI & Post Concussion : Implication of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s Increased Risk PI.Marvin Berman PhD Quietmind Foundation &
1 Introduction: Traumatic Brain Injury - presentation
Chris Rorden. Deficits associated with focal injury. Typical scanning modalities. 2. Describing cortex location. Brodmann Areas (BAs, 1909). Appearance of cortex under microscope. Not necessarily function.
1 Introduction: Traumatic Brain Injury - presentation
Chris Rorden. Overview of course. Motivation and Significance of Topic. Basic terms and anatomy. 2. Brain function. Brain functions are both distributed and modular. . Modular: focal injury can lead to specific impairment. .
The Importance of Research into ABI and Offending - presentation
Dr Ivan Pitman. Consultant in Neuropsychology and Rehabilitation. Redford Court, Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust. Acquired Brain Injury, Young Offenders and the Criminal Justice System. Thursday . 16.
Managing risk in brain injury - presentation
Managing risk in brain injury HEADWAY 2017 BRUCE MOORE neuropsychiatrist Risk management : Its all a balancing act Whats best for the Client Promoting independence Enhancing quality of life Positive risk taking
2015 Statewide Brain Injury Needs and Resources Assessment - presentation
Francie Streich. Wilder Research. Manfred Tatzmann. DHS TBI Advisory Committee. Purpose of the study. Study components. Overview of . results. Information about full report. Agenda. Determine . the capacity of Minnesota’s local service system to meet the needs of people with brain .
If I Ran This Place Minnesota Brain Injury Alliance - presentation
Annual Conference. April 14, 2016. . If I Ran This Place . . .. My Story . Mike Wilson. Other Influences. Working for Somebody Else. Reality Unlimited, LLC. Structures, Environment, People . What I have learned.
Understanding and Helping Students with Brain Injury - presentation
Julie Dawning, MSP, CBIS. Pediatric Resource Manager. Washington . School Counselor Association . 1/30/2015. 1. Brain Injury statistics and terms. How to screen for Brain Injury. All about concussions.
Traumatic & Acquired brain Injury - presentation
James F. . Malec. , PhD, ABPP-. Cn. , . Rp. Professor & Research Director. PM&R, Indiana University School of Medicine. & Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana. Emeritus Professor of Psychology, Mayo Clinic.
Traumatic Brain Injury - presentation
intellectual disability& Multiple Disabilities . Teaching Students With Disabilities . Ryan Williams . Marjaan. . Sirdar. Saed. . Adbi. Traumatic Brain Injury. Often referred to as TBI. Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a serious public health problem in the United States. Each year, traumatic brain injuries contribute to a substantial number of deaths and cases of permanent disability. In 2010 2.5 million TBIs occurred either as an isolated injury or along with other injuries..
SEVERE TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY - presentation
A CASE REVIEW. PRIMARY SURVEY. Intubated-not initiating RR. Severe dysoxygenation-PaO2 mid 80’s on 100% FIO2 PEEP 14. Extremities cold pale/flaccid; peripheral pulses weak-. Temp 32.3 HR 134ST BP 93/66.
Uncovering Brain Injury’s Hidden Issues: Relationships an - presentation
Gina Wheatley, LCSW . . CBA Clinical Behavior Analysis. What I hope you will take away from. this presentation.... Enhanced insight into the problems surrounding ABI and relationships. .. Specific challenges with ABI and sexuality factors (physical and mental factors).
What is the Washington Traumatic Brain Injury Resource Cent - presentation
Jessica Giordano. Operations Manager. Washington TBI Resource Center . May 4, 2012. 1. This Presentation. * BIAWA . * Education . * Assistance. . *TBI Resource Line. *Adult Resource Management.
BRAIN TRAUMA Jeanette J. Norden, Ph.D. - presentation
Professor Emerita. Vanderbilt University School of Medicine. CNS: . Brain & spinal cord. . The CNS is “unforgiving” to injury. The CNS is within a “closed” compartment. Intervention before CNS damage is paramount!.
BRAIN TRAUMA - presentation
Jeanette J. Norden, Ph.D.. Professor Emerita. Vanderbilt University School of Medicine. CNS: . Brain & spinal cord. . The CNS is “unforgiving” to injury. The CNS is within a “closed” compartment.
TBI Info Session & - presentation
TBI Info Session & Panel Discussion 3/20/17 UCCS Office of Veteran and Military Student Affairs & HealthCircle Veterans Health and Trauma Clinic Introductions Liz Gerdeman, Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado
Rachel Garvin, MD - presentation
Assistant Professor, Department of Neurosurgery, . Neurocritical. Care. Assistant Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine. Understanding Traumatic Brain Injury. Outline. Statistics. Defining TBI.
TBI Info Session & Panel - presentation
Discussion 3/20/17. UCCS Office of Veteran and Military Student Affairs & HealthCircle Veterans Health and Trauma Clinic. Introductions. Liz Gerdeman, . Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado. Robin Wininger, .
Flora Hammond, MD Professor & Chair, PM&R - presentation
Flora Hammond, MD Professor & Chair, PM&R Indiana University SOM Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana Indianapolis, IN Managing Brain Injury as Chronic Condition Indiana TBI Model Systems Grant support to Indiana University School of Medicine from:
Mild Traumatic Brain Injuries were previously undiagnosable - presentation
Kim Armenta DO, Universitiy of California, Irvine Medical Center, Irvine, CA; Bianca Tribuzio DO, University of California, Irvine Medical Center, Irvine, CA; Robert A. Bitonte MD JD, University of California, Irvine Medical Center, Irvine, CA; Julie K. Ho, Esq. Tustin, CA.
Katie Clement, MD PICU Resident Lectures - presentation
2011. Traumatic Brain Injury. Objectives. Understand the mechanisms of Pediatric Traumatic Brain Injury. Understand the pathophysiology of TBI. Understand the management of TBI. Overview. Epidemiology .
Treating Opioid-Induced Brain Injury in the Acute Rehab Setting - presentation
. Jessica Colyer, MD . 2 March 2018. D. isclosures. I am an employee of UK. I have no relevant financial relationships. Objectives. Summarize the types of . sequelae that . can occur following an opiate- induced brain injury.
Imaging In Traumatic Brain Injury: - presentation
What Have We Learned?. . A Functional and Molecular Neuroimaging Perspective. Emily Stern, . MD. Director, Functional Neuroimaging Laboratory. Director, Functional and Molecular Neuroimaging. Departments of Radiology and Psychiatry.
Nutritional Management of Traumatic Brain Injury - presentation
Melissa . Wolynec. Aramark Dietetic Intern. February 13, 2012. The Patient. 24 year old male. Admitted to ICU status post assault. Intoxicated upon admission. Intubated for airway protection and combativeness.