UNITED STATES BRAIN INJURY ALLIANCE

The mission of the United States Brain Injury Alliance is to engage the community in preventing brain injury and improving lives.

On Feb 21, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), in collaboration with the National Institutes of Health, published the Report to Congress: The Management of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) in Children, to review the public health burden and to make recommendations for the future management and treatment of this population. In a

Decreasing numbers of adolescent boys participating in high school tackle football, as reported by news outlets, may be because of increasing concerns about football-associated health risks, including progressive chronic traumatic encephalopathy.  Evidence of an association between decreasing participation of adolescent boys in high school tackle football and news reports about traumatic brain injury has not

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4657
Brain Injuries Per Day
1700000
Brain Injuries Per Year
5300000
Americans Living with Brain Injury

BENEFITS OF MEMBERSHIP

Peer-to-Peer Communication

Web-Based Organizational Resources

Continuing Education

A Unified Voice for Public Policy and Advocacy

Resource Generation

Networking

Brain Injury Awareness Month Materials

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UPCOMING EVENTS

NABIS 14th Annual Conference on Brain Injury

March 14-17, 2018

Houston, Texas

More details will be posted soon.

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Second International Paediatric Brain Injury Conference

September 20-23, 2017

Location: Pontifical Urban University, Rome, Italy

Details and Registration

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