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CARF invites you to participate in the field review of proposed standards for Brain Injury Specialty Programs

  An International Standards Advisory Committee recently convened to review and revise CARF International’s standards for Brain Injury Programs. The ...

TORAL FAMILY FOUNDATION ANNOUNCES SCHOLARSHIP FOR BRAIN INJURY PROFESSIONALS

         Underscoring its mission to bring help and hope to those affected by traumatic brain injury, The Toral Family ...

2012 Call for Abstracts

  NABIS promotes both research and non-research based conference presentations. Please note that the same abstract submission form is used ...

NABIS Partners with Miami Miller School of Medicine on Pediatric Pre-Conference Session

  NABIS is pleased to partner with the KiDZ Neuroscience Center, Department of Neurosurgery & The Miami Project to Cure Paralysis at ...

ACBIS Training Offered at 2011 NABIS Meeting

On-Site Training for the Academy of Certified Brain Injury Specialists (ACBIS)   The Academy of Certified Brain Injury Specialists (ACBIS) offers ...

Charles W. Haynes Fellowship for Young Professionals

    Thanks to a generous grant from the Seaton Foundation, in 2009 NABIS established the Charles W. Haynes Fellowship ...

Cognitive Rehabilitation Workshop for Professionals

The NABIS Ninth Annual Conference on Brain Injury will feature a one day interactive Cognitive Rehabilitation Workshop for professionals working ...

Call for Abstracts

The abstract submission for the 2012 NABIS conference will open in February, 2012..

Barriers and Recommendations Report Available

Concerned by a lack of treatment and service options for brain injury survivors, more than one hundred of the most ...

Dr. Randy Evans Award for Clinical Service

The North American Brain Injury Society is pleased to announce the creation of the Dr. Randy Evans NABIS Award for ...