1 Brain Injury Summit A Meeting of the Minds January 11-14, Welcome Reception and Lecture Evening of January 11, 2015 Vail, Colorado Hosted by Redefining Possible for People with Spinal Cord and Brain Injuries
2 Join us at & SPA VAIL CASCADE RESORT & SPA Hotel Information. Lodge Rooms: $229/night. Preferred Rooms (limited quantity): $269/night. Resort Fee: $15/night. Online Reservations: braininjurysummit.org. Parking: $18 day (self-park), $25 (valet). Phone Reservations: subject to slight increase in 2015 Use conference reference: *** Book rooms early as space is limited **** Contact Hours / Continuing Education Units This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education through the joint providership of the Colorado Medical Society and. The Colorado Medical Society is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians. TM The Colorado Medical Society designates this live activity for a maximum of AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s). Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. The Colorado Medical Society (CMS) requires instructors, planners, managers and other individuals who are in a position to control the content of this activity to disclose any real or apparent conflict of interest they may have as related to the content of this activity. All identified conflicts of interest are resolved prior to the beginning of the activity. Clinical Case Managers: CCM credits are being sought through the CCMC PACE program. Attorneys: CLEs are being sought through the Colorado Supreme Court Board of Continuing Legal and Judicial Education. Other Professions: This conference qualifies for contact hours recognized by many national, state, and local licensing boards and professional organizations. A conference syllabus and certificate of attendance will be provided. Please contact your professional board or organization for specific filing requirements. braininjurysummit.org reserves the right to modify or change the program as necessary. The most current program is available on our website.
3 Retreat to the mountains for a unique gathering of national experts and rising leaders in the field of traumatic brain injury care. The Brain Injury Summit is designed to explore best practices and cutting edge professional interventions across a comprehensive continuum of care, and to foster discussion, discovery, and professional development among attendees. In 2015, we are adding a pediatric track and have designed a program that will provide an in-depth update on current issues in the field. If you are looking to increase your depth of knowledge and interdisciplinary professional connections, you will not want to miss this meeting! Conference Format Keynote, plenary, and panel presentations Scientific platform and poster presentations Breakout sessions and roundtables Exhibits Networking opportunities with other professionals Educational Objectives OVERVIEW 2015 Brain Injury Summit: An Invitation Upon completion of the conference, participants will be able to: Target Audience Professionals involved in all aspects of service delivery for persons and families dealing with traumatic brain injury are encouraged to attend. This includes, but is not limited to, physicians, nurses, case managers, allied health professionals, insurance executives, administrators, attorneys, and researchers. 1) Examine clinical best practices throughout the continuum of care for management of adults and children with mild to severe traumatic brain injuries including but not limited to the following topics: a. Medical diagnosis and treatment, including pathobiology, neuroplasticity, and neuroimaging b. Evaluation and management of mild traumatic brain injury including sports concussion c. Clinical interventions for the management of cognitive, visual, vestibular, and motor sensory dysfunction d. Applied technology for rehabilitation e. Neurobehavioral assessment and treatment f. Aging and lifelong wellness considerations g. Legal concerns and funding issues 2) Interpret current research findings and determine implications for application to clinical practice and optimizing patient outcomes 3) Describe the impact of traumatic brain injury on survivors and their families and identify community resources to improve quality of life 4) Enhance communication within the network of traumatic brain injury service providers by gaining an understanding of other roles and perspectives *** Call for Abstracts *** Submissions due by August 1, 2014 braininjurysummit.org HOSTED BY in Denver is world-renowned for the specialty rehabilitation and research for patients with spinal cord injury and traumatic brain injury. Craig is a 93-bed, private, not-for-profit, free-standing rehabilitation and long-term acute care hospital that provides a comprehensive system of inpatient and outpatient medical care, rehabilitation, neurosurgical rehabilitative care, and long-term follow-up services. Half of Craig s patients come from outside of Colorado, and in the past four years the hospital treated patients from all 50 states and several foreign countries. Craig treats approximately 500 inpatients and 1,400 outpatients per year. Craig is designated by the National Institute on Disability and Research (NIDRR) as a Model System Center for both spinal cord injury and traumatic brain injury. Craig is also the NIDRR National Statistical TBI database for the other 16 Model System Centers in the U.S. Craig received the prestigious Magnet Recognition in and and the Magnet Prize Award in Craig received the American Nurses Association s NDNQI Award as the top rehabilitation hospital in the U.S. for quality care, three out of the past four years. In 2013 and 2014, Craig was voted by employees as a Top Work Place by the Denver Post, and was ranked in the top 150 places to work in healthcare by Becker s Healthcare in Craig has been ranked as a Top Ten rehabilitation center by US News and World Report for 25 consecutive years, since the rankings began. craighospital.org Visit on: Proceeds from the 2015 Brain Injury Summit will benefit patient assistance programs for survivors of brain injury and their families.
4 PRE-SUMMIT TOUR Visit CRAIG HOSPITAL on your way to Vail! is offering a complimentary informal lunch in the Family Housing Conference Room and tours on Friday, January 9, 2015, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Please check the box on the online registration form and leave your to register for the tour and lunch. *** 3425 South Clarkson Street, Englewood, CO *** BRAIN INJURY SUMMIT PROGRAM Sunday, January 11, :00 p.m. Registration Open 4:45 p.m. Welcome Remarks Amy Berryman OTR, MSHSA Conference Chair 5:00 p.m. Achieving Meaningful Outcomes: The Traumatic Brain Injury ists Challenge Jennie Ponsford PhD 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Welcome Reception Exhibits Open Guests of conference attendees are welcome at the Sunday and Tuesday night receptions for a $50/person charge. Monday, January 12, :00 a.m. Continental Breakfast and Registration / Exhibits Open 7:45 a.m. Welcome Remarks Alan Weintraub MD Program Chair 8:00 a.m. Opening Plenary Session An International TBI Research Initiative: A Global Perspective Geoffrey T. Manley MD, PhD A Clinician s Guide to the Pathophysiology of Traumatic Brain Injury Christopher C. Giza MD Neuroimaging: Clinical Guidelines Peter E. Ricci MD Neuroplasticity Encouraging the Brain to Change through Jeffrey Kleim PhD 10:00 a.m. Break Exhibits Open 10:30 a.m. Breakout Concurrent Sessions A. A Contemporary Update on Neurosurgical Treatment Guidelines of Catastrophic Traumatic Brain Injury Geoffrey T. Manley MD, PhD B. Psychological Treatment of TBI, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Anxiety and Depression Jennie Ponsford PhD C. Collaborative Approaches to Voice, Airway, and Swallowing Disorders Sarah Metz MS, CCC-SLP & Matthew S. Clary MD D. Functional Orthopedic Rehabilitative Surgery Frances D. Faro MD E. Neuroplasticity and the Developing Injured Brain: Opportunities for Christopher C. Giza MD F. Neuroimaging: Medical Legal Concepts Peter E. Ricci MD 11:30 a.m. Breakout Concurrent Sessions A. Syndromes of Impaired Consciousness: Diagnostic Distinctions and Risa Nakase-Richardson PhD B. Functional Memory Interventions in Acute TBI Lyn Turkstra PhD, CCC-SLP, BC-NCD C. Thinking About Function: Combining Cognition and Physical Skills in Assessment and Intervention Karen McCulloch PT, PhD, NCS D. Posttraumatic Visual Impairments and Functional Thomas Politzer OD, FCOVD, FAAO & Karen Rasavage OTR E. Pediatric Traumatic Brain Injury: Evidence Informed Neuro- Ronald C. Savage EdD F. Contextual Clinical and Forensic Applications of Neuro- Diagnostics in Mild TBI Hal S. Wortzel MD 12:15 p.m. Lunch Provided 1:30 p.m. Breakout Concurrent Sessions A. Genetics of TBI: Is Outcome Determined Prior to Injury? Thomas W. McAllister MD B. Post Traumatic Fatigue and Interventions Jennie Ponsford PhD C. Current Issues in Alcohol and Substance Abuse and TBI John D. Corrigan PhD & James C. Berry PsyD D. The Clinical Use of Neurologic Music Therapy in Brain Injury : An Analysis of Therapeutic Practice Sarah Thompson MM, MT-BC, CBIS E. Pediatric TBI: Emerging Approaches toward the Management of Neurobehavioral Sequelae Michael W. Kirkwood PhD, ABPP/CN F. Neuropsychiatric Approaches to TBI Aggression and Suicide Hal S. Wortzel MD 2:30 p.m. Break Exhibits Open 2:45 p.m. Breakout Concurrent Sessions A. Neuromodulation and TBI John Corrigan PhD B. Acute Traumatic Encephalopathy: Evaluation and Management David Arciniegas MD, FANPA, FAPM, CBIST C. Practical Functional Uses of Adaptive Technology Deepa Thimmaiah MS OTR & Jenniy Peltier OTR D. Vestibular Neurorehabilitation Nicole Miranda PT, DPT E. What can Applied Behavior Analysis Offer Brain Injury? Jeffrey Kupfer PhD, BCBA-D & Dixie Eastridge MA, BCBA F. Emotional Consequences of TBI: Medical Legal Considerations Ronald M. Ruff PhD
5 3:30 p.m. Break Exhibits Open 3:45 p.m. Concurrent Sessions A. Physical Advances in Motor Control Following TBI Jeffrey Kleim PhD Utilizing Advanced Technologies to Achieve Motor Learning Principles in TBI Candy Tefertiller PT, DPT, ATP, NCS B. Aging The Aging TBI Population: Key Points for Clinical Practice Debra Braunling-McMorrow PhD Contemporary Issues in Geriatric TBI Dave Krych MS, CCC-SLP C. Mild Brain Injury Delayed Recovery After TBI: Is There a Differential Diagnosis? Thomas W. McAllister MD Attention and Memory Problems Following Mild TBI: New Perspectives on an Old Problem David B. Arciniegas MD D. Social Cognition Social Cognition and TBI Lyn Turkstra PhD, CCC-SLP, BC-NCD Social Competence Lenny Hawley LCSW, CBIST & Jody Newman CCC-SLP Exhibits Open until 6 p.m. On your own for dinner Tuesday, January 13, :00 a.m Interactive Breakfast Sessions A. Neurobehavioral Functional Analysis: Paradigms for Treatment Risa Nakase-Richardson PhD, Dixie Eastridge MA, BCBA, & Jeff Kupfer PhD, BCBA-D B. Everything You Need to Know About Voice, Airways, and Swallowing Following BI: A Hands on Crash Course Sarah Metz MS, CCC-SLP & Matthew S. Clary MD C. Practical Translational Physical Research: Bench to Bedside Jeffry Kleim PhD, Candy Tefertiller PT, DPT, ATP, NCS, & Christopher C. Giza MD D. Psychotherapy and Neuro-Pharmacology for Emotional Impairments Following TBI Ronald M. Ruff PhD & Jonathan Silver MD, FANPA E. Neurologic Music Therapy: An Interactive Practicum Sarah Thompson MM, MT-BC, CBIS F. Family Management and Support Strategies Following TBI James C. Berry PhD, ABPP, Melissa Abate LMSW, & Kristin Carbullido LMHP G. Functional Vision : An Interactive Session Amy Berryman OTR, MSHSA, Karen Rasavage OTR, & Thomas Politzer OD, FCOVD, FAAO H. TBI Model Systems of Care: What are we Learning? Cindy Harrison-Felix PhD, John D. Corrigan PhD, & Jim Malec PhD 8:15 a.m. Break Exhibits Open 8:30 a.m. Concurrent Sessions A. Sleep Symposium Post-Traumatic Sleep Disorders: Evaluation and Treatment Michael Makley MD Sleep and Cognition B. Mild TBI Symposium Risa Nakase-Richardson PhD Emotional Sequelae of Mild TBI: Diagnostic Assessment and Treatment Ronald M. Ruff PhD Neuropsychiatric Treatment of Persistent Symptoms after Concussion Jonathan Silver MD, FANPA C. Outcomes Symposium The Proper Metrics for Quantifying TBI Jim Malec PhD Outcome Measures for Moderate to Severe Brain Injury: The TBI Edge Project Karen McCulloch PT, PhD, NCS D. Aging Symposium Aging and TBI as a Chronic Disease Life Expectancy after TBI 9:45 a.m. Break Exhibits Open 10:00 a.m. Breakout Concurrent Sessions Tina M. Trudel PhD Cindy Harrison-Felix PhD A. TBI/SCI Dual Diagnosis: Acute Management Strategies Don Gerber PsyD, ABPP B. Emotion Recognition Dysfunction Following TBI: Assessment and Therapeutic Interventions Barbra Zupan PhD C. Unconventional Uses of Electrical Stimulation for Motor Denise O Dell PT, DScPT, NCS, MS & Amy Berryman OTR, MSHSA D. Post-traumatic Aphasia and Rehabilitative Treatments Kim Frey PhD, CCC-SLP, CBIS E. A Holistic Approach to Day Treatment and Post-Acute Jim Malec PhD F. Effort, Exaggeration, and Malingering after Concussion: What are we Missing? Jonathan Silver MD, FANPA 10:45 a.m. Break Exhibits Open 11:00 a.m. Scientific Paper Sessions & Breakouts Speakers TBD A. Applied Neuroscience and Clinical Research B. Acute Care and Comprehensive Interdisciplinary C. Community Reintegration D. Lifelong Living E. Pediatrics Return to Learn Following Mild TBI Karen McAvoy PsyD
6 F. Medical Legal Life Care Planning for Brain Injury: An Evidenced Based Approach Harvey E. Jacobs PhD, CLCP 12:30 p.m. Afternoon open for skiing and other winter recreation 6:00 p.m. Scientific Poster Session and Social Gathering 8:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m Party on the Summit Wednesday, January 14, :00 a.m. Interactive Breakfast Sessions A. Severe TBI: Clinical Case Studies Alan Weintraub MD & Risa Nakase-Richardson PhD B. Neuropsychiatry of TBI David B. Arciniegas MD, Thomas W. McAllister MD & Jonathan Silver MD, FANPA C. Interactive Adaptive Technology Workshop Deepa Thimmaiah MS OTR & Jenniy Peltier OTR D. Self-Awareness and Emotional Dysregulation Lenore Hawley LCSW, CBIST, Jody Newman CCC-SLP, Barbra Zupan PhD, Dawn Neumann PhD, & Lyn Turkstra PhD, CCC-SLP, BC-NCD E. Understanding Moderate to Severe TBI in the School Setting Karen McAvoy PsyD & Judy L. Dettmer BSW F. The Interaction of Cognitive and Physical Impairments Following TBI: Approaches to Multi-Tasking and Return to Life Karen McCulloch PT, PhD, NCS & Nicole Miranda PT, DPT G. Science, Law, and Strategy in TBI Litigation Peter Burg Esq. H. Philosophies and Practices of Therapeutic Recreation: It s Not Just Fun and Games Angela Dodge CTRS & Lori Womeldorff CTRS 8:15 a.m. Break 8:30 a.m Concurrent Sessions A. Sport Concussion Symposium Guidelines, Concepts, Controversies and Future Directions in Management of Sports Concussions Christopher C. Giza MD Are Contact Sports Bad for the Brain? Thomas W. McAllister MD B. Contextual Symposium and Context Are Interrelated Harvey E. Jacobs PhD, CLCP Contextual TBI Kim Frey PhD, CCC-SLP, CBIST & Jody Newman CCC-SLP C. Community Reentry Symposium Vocational through Community Resource Facilitation and Case Management Jim Malec PhD Self Advocacy: Training Tools for TBI Survivors: A Lifelong Strategy Lenore Hawley LCSW, CBIST D. Gender and Sexuality Symposium Sexuality and TBI Jennie Ponsford PhD Gender, Health and Women s Issues Facing the Practitioner Tina M. Trudel PhD 10:00 a.m. Break 10:30 a.m. Breakout Concurrent Sessions New Horizons A. Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy: Scientific Evidence and Clinical Implications Hal S. Wortzel MD B. Alexothymia: Disorders of Emotional Regulation Dawn Neumann PhD C. Trans-Cranial Magnetic Stimulation and the Role of Neuromodulation in TBI Disorders Brent Masel MD D. Standardized Return to Activity Interventions for Mild TBI Karen McCulloch PT, PhD, NCS E. No Longer Just a Dream: Creating a National System of Care and Support for Children, Adolescents and Young Adults with Brain Injuries Ronald C. Savage EdD F. Behavioral Disorders and TBI: What Attorney s Need to Know Harvey E. Jacobs PhD, CLCP 11:30 a.m. Closing Plenary Pulling it all Together: Crossing the Bridge between Translational Neuroscience and Best Clinical Practices Geoffrey T. Manley MD, PhD REGISTRATION braininjurysummit.org Registration until October 31, 2014: $ per registrant Registration after October 31, 2014: $ per registrant For groups of 4 or more: $50.00 discount per registrant For more information, please contact Amy Berryman at or For information regarding Support & Exhibit Opportunities, please contact Melissa Abate at or We hope to see you in January 2015 in Vail, Colorado for an unforgettable experience and networking opportunity! Americans with Disabilities Act Event staff will be glad to assist you with any special needs (ie, physical, dietary, etc). Please contact Jennifer Allport prior to the live event at or Cancellation Policy: reserves the right to cancel this conference due to unforeseen circumstances. A full refund of the registration fee will be provided in this instance. Craig Hospital is not responsible for travel expenses. Cancellation by an attendee will result in a refund of the registration less a $75 processing fee. Notice of cancellation must be received in writing no later than Monday, January 5, Attendee substitutions are allowed if received in writing by Monday, January 5, Please note that if you register and do not attend for any reason without written notice you are still liable for the registration fee.
7 Melissa Abate LMSW Clinical Care Manager David B. Arciniegas MD Professor Psychiatry, Neurology PM&R Baylor College of Medicine Medical Director Brain Injury Research TIRR Memorial Hermann Debra Braunling-McMorrow PhD Chief Executive Officer Learning Services James C. Berry PhD, ABPP Clinical Neuropsychologist Amy Berryman OTR, MSHSA Brain Injury Supervisor Occupational Therapy Peter Burg Esq. Attorney Burg Simpson Matthew S. Clary MD Neuro-Otolaryngologist University of Colorado School of Medicine Kristin Carbullido LMHP Director of Clinical Services QLI Omaha John D. Corrigan PhD Professor Department of PM&R Ohio State University Judy L. Dettmer BSW Director Colorado Brain Injury Program Colorado Department of Human Services Dixie Eastridge MA, BCBA Neurobehavioral Institute-West Learning Services Frances D. Faro MD Orthopedic Foot-Ankle Surgeon Orthopaedic Physicians of Colorado Kim Frey PhD, CCC-SLP, CBIST Director of Speech Therapy Don Gerber PsyD, ABPP Clinical Neuropsychologist Principal Investigator Christopher C. Giza MD Professor of Pediatric Neurology and Neurosurgery UCLA Brain Injury Research Center Cindy Harrison-Felix PhD Project Director; Traumatic Brain Injury Model Systems; National Data and Statistical Center Director of Research Lenore Hawley LCSW, CBIST Research Clinician Harvey E. Jacobs PhD, CLCP Licensed Clinical Psychologist; Certified Life Care Planner Michael W. Kirkwood PhD, ABPP/CN Pediatric Neuropsychologist Co-Director Concussion Program Children s Hospital Colorado Jeffrey Kleim PhD Associate Professor Undergraduate Program Chair School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering Arizona State University Dave Krych MS, CCC-SLP VP of Strategic Development Remed Recover Care Centers Jeffrey Kupfer PhD, BCBA-D Licenced Psychologist Neurobehavioral Institute-West Learning Services Michael Makley MD Neurologist and Brain Injury Specialist Jim Malec PhD Director of Research Hospital of Indiana Emeritus Professor Psychology Mayo Clinic Geoffrey T. Manley MD, PhD Professor and Chief of Neurosurgery San Francisco General Hospital Brent Masel MD Medical Director Transitional Learning Center of Galveston FACULTY Thomas W. McAllister MD Albert E. Sterne Professor and Chair; Department of Psychiatry Indiana University School of Medicine Karen McAvoy PsyD Director, Center for Concussion Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children Karen McCulloch PT, PhD, NCS Professor and Assistant Director for Distance and Continuing Education University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Sarah Metz MS, CCC-SLP Speech-Language Pathologist Nicole Miranda PT, DPT Physical Therapist South Valley Physical Therapy Dawn Neumann PhD Assistant Professor IU School of Medicine Hospital of Indiana Jody Newman CCC-SLP Research Clinician Risa Nakase-Richardson PhD Clinical Neuropsychologist Principle Investigator James A. Haley Veterans Hospital Denise O Dell PT, DScPT, NCS, MS Clinical Mentor and Education Coordinator Jenniy Peltier OTR Assistive Technology Specialist Thomas Politzer OD, FCOVD, FAAO Optometrist Craig Hopsital Jennie Ponsford PhD Professor of Neuropsychology School of Psychology and Psychiatry Monash University Karen Rasavage OTR Clinical Mentor and Education Coordinator Peter E. Ricci MD Neuroradiologist Swedish Medical Center Ronald M. Ruff PhD Clinical Neurosciences San Francisco Clinical Neurosciences Ronald C. Savage EdD President Sarah Jane Brain Foundation North American Brain Injury Society Jonathan Silver MD, FANPA Clinical Professor of Psychiatry NYU School of Medicine Candy Tefertiller PT, DPT, ATP, NCS Director of Physical Therapy Deepa Thimmaiah MS OTR Occupational Therapist Sarah Thompson MM, MT-BC, CBIS Music Therapist Tina M. Trudel PhD Chief Operating Officer Lakeview Neuro Centers & Specialty Hospitals Assistant Professor University of Virginia School of Medicine Lyn Turkstra PhD, CCC-SLP, BC-NCD Professor Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders University of Wisconsin - Madison Alan H. Weintraub MD Medical Director Brain Injury Program Hal S. Wortzel MD Michael K. Cooper Professor of Neurocognitive Disease Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Neurology University of Colorado School of Medicine Barbra Zupan PhD Associate Professor Department of Applied Linguistics Brock University
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