Living with a Neurological Condition (Brain Injury) LINC Study – Brain Injury Survivors and Caregivers Required

Over the past few months exciting research has been going on with regard to neurological conditions. As is the case in most of these studies, researchers are looking for people to interact with to gather important information. Some of you have already responded to the call from the fall; some of you have started the […]

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ONF is pleased to release the results of the Systems Analysis of Health and Community Services for Acquired Brain Injury in Ontario

Dear colleague and ABI stakeholder, ONF is pleased to release the results of the Systems Analysis of Health and Community Services for Acquired Brain Injury in Ontario. Some of you took part in surveys and interviews, and this is greatly appreciated. The Systems Analysis was initiated to describe the scope and nature of health and […]

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Traumatic Brain Injury in Professional Football – An Evidence-Based Perspective

Released: 6/11/2010 5:25 PM EDT Source: Johns Hopkins Medicine Newswise — Experts from Johns Hopkins Medicine hosted a press conference following a continuing medical education program on the epidemiology of head injury in professional football. The program was an evidence-based review of traumatic brain injury in the sport. The objectives of the conference on Traumatic […]

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Investigators at CanChild have studied transitions to home, school and community, and the trajectories and consequences of childhood ABI.

Acquired brain injury (ABI) is defined as damage to the brain, which occurs at least seven days after birth and is not related to congenital disorder. The damage may be caused by traumatic injury to the brain or a non-traumatic cause, such as stroke, tumour, aneurysm, anoxia or an infection. Childhood ABI is one of […]

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