Acquired Brain Injury Ireland is delighted to announce that its 5th annual #BrainPower brain injury research seminar takes place as a live, in-person event on Friday 20 May 2022. The theme for the 2022 event is Brain Injury Research in Ireland: Using evidence to rebuild lives
About the seminar
Acquired Brain Injury Ireland’s annual seminar provides an opportunity to showcase the latest brain injury research in Ireland.
The seminar aims to:
- Increase the profile of brain injury research conducted in Ireland
- Create opportunities for researchers to disseminate their research findings to key audiences
- Grow our brain injury research community and create opportunities for networking, innovative thinking and information gathering
Who should attend?
Clinicians, allied healthcare professionals and other interested parties including academics, researchers and students.
There is a €40 fee to register for the event.
Programme and speakers
Leading experts working in the field of brain injury will present the latest evidence on their specialist topics. Indicative topics include:
Advances in neurosurgery for TBI, remove rehabilitation for isolated areas, benefits of data analysis in developing rehabilitation services, equity in sex and gender outcomes for TBI patients, epidemiology and rehabilitation pathways, public and patient involvement and teh voice of the expert by experience.
Confirmed speakers include:
- Professor Mohsen Javadpour, Beaumont Hospital
- Professor Anthony Staines and Dr. Catherine Corrigan, DCU
- Dr. Andrea Sica and Ellen Conlon, Acquired Brain Injury Ireland
- Majella Cassidy, Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital and expert by experience
- Dr. Tatyana Mollayeva, Global Brain Health Institute, Trinity College Dublin
- Alli McClean, National Rehabilitation Hospital