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Brain Repair positioning statement

JournalClubMag2Acquired Brain Injuries Journal Club
The Acquired Brain Injuries Journal Club aims to gather colleagues at the rehab center and the NSRC, neurology and neurosurgery. The acquired brain injury team works as a continuum from acute care, to rehab, and through to outpatient follow up and support through outreach programs.The Acquired Brain Injury Club includes Physiotherapists, Nurse Practitioners, Neuropsychologists, Occupational Therapists, Social Workers, Nurses, Vocational Counsellors, Physicians, Recreation Therapists, Social Workersand administrators who share an interest in the provision of patient-centered Acquired Brain Injury Services. Using a multi-disciplinary approach, the ABI Journal Club invites members to share resources, engage in discussion, foster knowledge translation, become involved in research initiatives, and develop quality improvement initiatives consistent with up-to-date research. Topics could include pathophysiology, diagnostic imaging, medications, cognition, mobility, mood, addictions, therapy, resilience, employment, socio-economic concerns, complimentary therapies, balance, apathy, orthotics, tone/spasticity, and management of ABI sequelae.

Next meeting: January 2021 
Meeting location/platform: Skype

Contact: Alison McDonald, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., 902-473-1288
               Melanie Dunlop, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., 902-473-1401

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