Brain Injury: Meaningful Connections and Innovative Choices
North Brunswick, NJ (Vocus) April 29, 2010
The Brain Injury Association of New Jersey will be holding two Annual Seminars to educate about brain injury: "Research and Medical Advances in the Acute Treatment of Traumatic Brain Injury" on Wednesday, May 19, and "Brain Injury: Meaningful Connections and Innovative Choices," on Thursday, May 20.
Both seminars will be held at the Sheraton Eatontown Hotel and Conference Center in Eatontown, New Jersey.
To register, please visit http://www.bianj.org/annual-seminar or call 732-645-0200. CEU's are available.
"Research and Medical Advances in the Acute Treatment of Traumatic Brain Injury" was developed for the medical professionals on the front lines of brain injury. Topics include lessons learned on the battlefield in Iraq and Afganistan, neuroimaging, ICP monitoring and decompressive craniotomy, functional MRI, minimally conscious state, coma stimulation, PTSD, blast injuries, and advocacy to establish guidelines for the treatment of traumatic brain injury.
"Brain Injury: Meaningful Connections and Innovative Choices" includes workshops and presentations addressing meditation therapy, volunteering, assistive technology, social networking, dual diagnosis, creativity, Wii technology and rehabilitation, pediatrics, legal issues, research, and more.
The Association welcomes our faithful supporters to participate in both seminars, and looks forward to establishing new relationships with those medical professionals on the front lines of brain injury.
The Brain Injury Association of New Jersey is a statewide organization committed to supporting and advocating for individuals affected by brain injury and raising public awareness through education and prevention. A brain injury can happen to anyone at anytime. For more information on the services and resources of the Brain Injury Association of New Jersey call the toll-free helpline at 1-800-669-4323 or visit http://www.bianj.org.