There is now a link for members to go from the ASSBI website directly to BIM at the Cambridge University Press site
Sign in to the ASSBI website then click on this linkDouglas and Tate prize 2019
The 2019 Douglas Tate Prize for the best research paper published in 2018 was won by A/Prof Alice Theadom who was lead author in the article: Do Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Severity Sub-Classification Sysyems Help to Identify People who Go on to Experience Long-Term Symptoms? Alice was awarded a certificate and a cash prize donated by Cambridge University Press at the ASSBI Conference in Wellington, NZ. Read all about it HERE
The Douglas and Tate Prize, named after the two founding Editors of Brain Impairment (Professors Jacinta Douglas and Robyn Tate), will be presented to the best research article of the year annually at the ASSBI Conference Awards Ceremony.
Retirement of 2 Editorial Board Members and September Issue
David Andrewes and Pamela Snow, both long-time founding members of ASSBI, tendered their resignation from the Editorial Board of Brain Impairment at the EB meeting in NZ. The Editors, members of the Editorial Board, Executive Committee and members of ASSBI thank them both for their many years of service.
Volume 20 / Issue 2, Sept-19 is now available and is a Special Issue on Brain Impairment in Indigenous Populations by guest editor India Bohanna. To access this issue make sure your membership is up to date
Brain Impairment in Indigenous Populations: India Bohanna, Jennifer Cullen, Jennifer Fleming
Exploring Sex-Based Differences in Concussion Knowledge, Attitudes and Resources in Young First Nations Hockey Players: A Cross-Sectional Survey from Ontario, Canada: Cindy Hunt, Alicja Michalak, Elaine Johnston, Leila Macumber, Tony Jocko, Donna Ouchterlony
‘I’ve got to row the boat on my own, more or less’: Aboriginal Australian experiences of traumatic brain injury: Elizabeth Armstrong, Juli Coffin, Meaghan McAllister, Deborah Hersh, Judith M. Katzenellenbogen, Sandra C. Thompson, Natalie Ciccone, Leon Flicker, Natasha Cross, Linda Arabi, Deborah Woods, Colleen Hayward
A Qualitative Study on the Transition Support Needs of Indigenous Australians Following Traumatic Brain Injury: Michelle S. Fitts, Katrina Bird, John Gilroy, Jennifer Fleming, Alan R. Clough, Adrian Esterman, Paul Maruff, Yaqoot Fatima, India Bohanna
The Potential of a Narrative and Creative Arts Approach to Enhance Transition Outcomes for Indigenous Australians Following Traumatic Brain Injury: India Bohanna, Michelle Fitts, Katrina Bird, Jennifer Fleming, John Gilroy, Alan Clough, Adrian Esterman, Paul Maruff, Martin Potter
Dementia in Aboriginal people in Residential Aged Care Facilities in Alice Springs: A Descriptive Study: Bruce Hocking, Michael Lowe, Tricia Nagel, Caroline Phillips, Melissa Lindeman, Annie Farthing, Heather Jensen, Alan Cass, Kylie Dingwall
Exploring the experiences and needs of homeless aboriginal and torres strait islander peoples with neurocognitive disability: Clare Townsend, Michelle McIntyre, Courtney J. Wright, Ali Lakhani, Paul White, Jennifer Cullen
Traumatic brain injury and intimate partner violence: Addressing knowledge and service gaps among indigenous populations in Canada: Halina (Lin) Haag, Melissa Biscardi, Noel (Natalia) Smith, Nneka MacGregor, Angela Colantonio
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