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Brain Injury Webinar: Concussion/mTBI in North Carolina Children & Youth

Brain Injury Webinar: Concussion/mTBI in North Carolina Children & Youth is proudly presented to you by Brain Injury Association of North Carolina's Online Learning Center. Thank you. We hope that you enjoy your course.

Live Webinar Date: 3/24/20 The Brain Injury Association of North Carolina presents... Concussion/mTBI in NC Children & Youth! Concussion/mild TBI can affect the child and family’s well-being, their lifestyle, daily activities, and their academic goals. This webinar will review concussion in children, with a focus on children in North Carolina. The discussion will include identifying concussion/mild TBI, the incidence of, mechanisms, and symptoms. It will also discuss novel and established treatment strategies. Whether you are an individual who has experienced a concussion, a parent, a family member, advocate, or professional, this webinar will provide the latest information on concussion/mild TBI in children.


Speaker:  Karin Reuter-Rice, PhD, NP, FCCM, FAAN

Karin Reuter-Rice is an associate professor in the Duke University School of Nursing, School of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics and the Duke Institute for Brain Sciences. Her expertise includes pediatric critical care and brain injury. She is a fellow of the American College of Critical Care Medicine, American Academy of Nursing, and the National Institutes of Health - Summer Genetics Institute. She is a co-editor of the textbook Pediatric Acute Care: A Guide for Interprofessional Practice. Her commitment to the care of ill and injured children and their families has led Dr. Reuter-Rice to focus her research in the area of trauma and head injury. With a collaborative research team approach and funding by National Institutes of Health, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Duke University Center for Applied Genomics, Dr. Reuter-Rice examines the relationship of symptoms and potential biologic markers that impact outcomes in children with a mild traumatic brain injury (concussion). Her published research findings have been presented internationally. In addition to her research, she also chairs the NC Brain Injury Advisory Councils’ Children & Youth Committee, which supports policies and regulations to improve the lives of children and youth with brain injury.


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2020 BIANC Webinar:  Concussion/mTBI in North Carolina Children & Youth
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