New research finds that women who experience a brain injury (BI) resulting from intimate partner violence (IPV) may not only face physical, mental, and emotional consequences, but also legal repercussions.
New resource aids medical professionals in brain injury diagnosis among survivors of intimate partner violence
This resource was created by the Pan Am Clinic, ABI Research Lab, Concussion Awareness Training Tool (CATT), Survivors of Abuse and Brain Injury through Research (SOAR), and other collaborators.
A new CATT Concussion Pathway, tailored to meet the needs of neurodivergent students and students with disabilities, is now available.
The CCCIP Award recognizes effective injury prevention initiatives completed with a collaborative effort.
A new study found that children who had a moderate amount of screen time recovered fastest from concussion.
New information is available that has modifications for concussion assessment and management in para athletes.
CATT for Youth includes a 40-minute, text and video-based course delivered in an interactive and engaging format.
The information, tools and resources in this toolkit are intended to increase British Columbians’ awareness of concussion.
Symptoms of CTE include: impulse control problems, aggression, depression, paranoia, short-term memory loss, impaired judgment, and dementia.
“There is more strength in recovery.”