Instructions for Oral Presenters
The following is information associated with Oral Presenters' presentations:
Presentation Length: 15 minutes in length (12 minute presentation and 3 minute Q&A)
AV Support and Presentation Upload: An AV tech will be on-site will be on-site to upload your Powerpoint presentation. It is recommended that the presentations be uploaded the day prior to your presentation.
Registration: All presenters are REQUIRED to register for the conference. If you don't register, you will not be allowed to present.
Disclosure Forms: Oral presenters will also be receiving a disclosure document under separate cover. Each author listed on the abstract will need to return this document in order for oral presentation to receive continuing medical education credit.
To see the groupings of the Oral Presentations you can either look at the list below or download copy of the program.
Friday, September 14, 2012
8:30am: Track 2
0043, Processing Speed and Reaction Time: A Highly Fragile Cognitive Construct
0044, Recognition of Nonverbal Facial and Vocal Affect Following Traumatic Brain Injury
0085, Emotional Underarousal in University Students with Self-reported Mild Head Injury
9:30am: Track 3
0058, Counselor Assisted Problem Solving for Adolescent TBI-Improvements in Behavior
0071, Unobserved Motor Deficits and Cognitive Problems in TBI may Impact Rehabilitation
10:50am: Track 4
0025, Effects of Unilateral Decompressive Craniectomy on Patients with Unilateral Acute Post-Traumatic Brain Swelling after Severe TBI
0026, Early Decompressive Craniectomy for TBI May Lead to a Shorter Stay in Intensive Care: A Pilot Analysis at a Metropolitan Major Trauma Centre.
0089, Head Injuries Following Historic Tornadoes — Alabama, April 2011
1:00pm: Track 2
0019, Hyperammonemia in Patients with Brain Injury
0079, Dynamic Postural Instability in OEF/OIF Veterans with Mild TBI and Disequilibrium
0097, Helmet-Head Interactions under the Blast
2:00pm: Track 1
0013, A Rehabilitation-Relevant Dose Response of Environmental Enrichment Benefits Female Rats Similarly to Continuous Enrichment after Traumatic Brain Injury
0052, Neuronal Pentraxin 1: A Molecular Determinant of Hypoxic-Ischemic Brain Injury
0096, Determination of the Constitutive Viscoelastic Formula for Brainstem
3:20pm: Track 3
0004, The Value of CARF Accreditation for Brain Injury Specialty Programs
0006 Hope and Resiliency: A Model for Goal Attainment with Brain Injury Survivors
0027 Project Victory – A Brief, Intensive, Residential Treatment Program for Mild Traumatic Brain Injury from Combat-Related Blast Exposure: A Description and Preliminary Data Analysis
4:20pm: Track 2
0014, Factors Related to Community Integration and Relationship Quality after TBI
0056, Rehabilitation Research and Training Center for Pediatric TBI Interventions
0061, Self-Reported Physical Disability Correlated to Post-traumatic Emotional Disorders
Saturday, September 15, 2012
8:30am: Track 4
0011, AppReview Website Project for the Brain Injury Community
0035, Deep Water Horizon Blast Injury Survivors
0040, Functional Analysis of Vocal Stereotypy for an Adult with Acquired Brain Injury
9:30am: Track 2
0016, Enhancing the Adoption of Best Practices in Traumatic Brain Injury Rehabilitation
0053, Training of Gist-Based Strategic Reasoning in Adolescents with Chronic Traumatic Brain Injury
0062, How Many Traumatic Brain Injured Patients Are Hospitalized in Level I or II Trauma Centers?
10:40am: Track 1
0032, Electrophysiologic Evidence for the Effects of Acute Cerebral Concussion in a Collegiate Women’s Soccer Player
0048, The Predictive Value of Treadmill Exercise Testing versus Computerized Neuropsychological Testing for Return to Sport in Adolescents with Concussion
0069, mTBI on the Rise in the Past Ten Years 2002-2012: More Concussions or Improved Awareness vs Traumatic Injuries and ED Visits