The International Brain Injury Association will be hosting its 12th World Congress on Brain Injury in New Orleans, Louisiana on March 29-April 1, 2017.
Delegates are comprised of physicians, scientists, psychologists and neuropsychologists, therapists, social workers, nurses, case managers, legal professionals, advocates and all others working in the field of brain injury. The most recent World Congress was held in the Hague in the Netherlands. Over 1400 brain injury professionals attended the 2014 World Congress when it was last held in the United States in San Francisco.
The aim of the 12th World Congress is to provide an opportunity for establishing collegial relationships with international professionals focused on the care and/or service of persons with acquired brain injury and/or the science of brain injury research. State of the art research will be presented dealing with information spanning from basic science to clinical (coma to community) aspects of brain injury.
The Congress seeks to provide didactic opportunities for clinicians interested in advancing their knowledge in brain injury science, medicine and care. The Congress program will feature internationally recognized invited speakers, platform lectures, panels, and workshops, as well as oral presentations and poster sessions selected from the submitted abstracts.
You can register for the World Congress at the reduced IBIA member rate. For more information visit www.ibia.org.