Live Event May 11, 2021 - 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM

Self Study is available May 25, 2021 – June 23, 2021

Those participating in self-study and/or looking for slides for reference, can expect a recording within ~2 weeks of the event.

Opening Remarks/Keynote Address: Disorders of Conscious, Neuroethics and Disability Rights

Journey of an Acquired Brain Injury Due to Opioid Overdose: An Acute to Subacute Rehabilitation Perspective

Negative Attributions and Anger After Brain Injury: Risk Factors, Assessment, and Implications for Treatment

New Jersey Traumatic Brain Injury Model Systems Centers Progress Update

Identification and Management of Dysautonomia after Mild Traumatic Brain Injury

Cultural Diversity and Traumatic Brain Injury Rehabilitation

Pediatric Panel

The Neurosurgical Management of Brain Aneurysms and Stroke

A Progressive Shift in Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Populations: Unique Challenges in Treating TBI in the Elderly

Identifying Essential Elements of Community Reintegration Programming

Neurofatigue: Implications and Treatment Approaches Following Brain Injury

Research Panel

Post Trauma Vision Syndrome: A Novel Treatment Approach to Invisible Symptoms

Closing Remarks

Keynote Address: Disorders of Conscious, Neuroethics and Disability Rights
Presented by Joseph J. Fins, MD, MACP, FRCP
The E. William Davis, Jr., MD Professor of Medical Ethics & Professor of Medicine,
Chief, Division of Medical Ethics, Weill Cornell Medical College
Director of Medical Ethics & Attending Physician, New York Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center
Co-Director CASBI, Consortium of the Advanced Study of Brain Injury, Weill Cornell and Rockefeller University
Visiting Professor of Law & Solomon Center Distinguished Scholar in Medicine, 
Bioethics and Law, Yale Law School


This event is funded in part by the New Jersey Department of Human Services, Division of Disability Services, and New Jersey Department of Children and Families.