International Brain Injury Conference Next Week

by | Mar 15, 2012 | Community Events & Programs | 0 comments

From March 21st to 25th, 2012, the International Brain Injury Association’s (IBIA) 9th World Congress on Brain Injury will be held in Endinburgh, Scotland.

The conference will be attended by delegates from around the world, including brain injured individuals and their families, neurosurgeons, rehabilitation physicians, psychiatrists, psychologists, speech pathologists, occupational therapists, physiotherapists, social workers, nurses, case managers and lawyers. This year’s conference will include workshops and speaker sessions presented by leading academic, medical and allied health professionals from around the world. These sessions will focus on cutting-edge  research on brain injury, rehabilitation, long-term recovery and lifestyle management.

To view the program, click here.

Webster & Associates at the World Congress

In 2005, Brian presented at the 6th World Congress on Brain Injury in Melbourne, Australia. As our legal team strives to stay on the cusp of brain injury research, particulary as it relates to our clients, their recovery and rehabilitation,  we have consistently sent delegates to this conference over the years. Barbara was due to attend this year’s conference, but has recently had to cancel in light of an upcoming trial at the same time.


The International Brain Injury Association

The International Brain Injury Association (IBIA) is dedicated to the development and support of multidisciplinary medical and clinical professionals, advocates, policy makers and others who work to improve outcomes and opportunities for persons with brain injury. Founded in 1993 , the IBIA was created in response to the growing demand from professionals and advocates throughout the world for collaboration and more information on all aspects of brain injury, from prevention to long-term care issues.

The IBIA works to develop positive relations and interactions between individuals, families, groups, organizations, institutions, diverse cultures and nations. The IBIA strives to provide international leadership for creative solutions to the issues associated with brain injury.