2012 Speaker Handouts

















2012 SIXTH ANNUAL NKY TBI CONFERENCE SPEAKER PRESENTATIONS


INSTRUCTIONS:  Click on presentation title to view speaker's PowerPoint presentation handout.

8:15-9:15      AM FEATURED SESSION
“Concepts for treatment of mild TBI in military” 
David A. Twillie, MD, Director, Warrior Resiliency and Recovery Center, Branchfield Army Community Hospital, Fort Campbell, KY 

12:00-1:00      POST LUNCH FEATURED SESSION
“Introduction and Overview of Pediatric Traumatic Brain Injury: Current status and future directions” 
Richard A. Falcone, Jr, MD, MPH, FAAP, FACS, Director Trauma Services,
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center

3:15-4:15      PM FEATURED SESSION
“Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and the Role of the Polytrauma VA Clinic” 
Sarah Wagers, MD / Vickie Zaborowski, LCSW, both from Robley Rex, Louisville VA Medical Center


TRACK ONE - CLINICIAN

   9:30-10:15    “Clinical Review of TBI Effects on Social Reintegration and Complex ADLs” 
Stephanie 
Ciccarella PT MPT / Nancy Wylie, MS, OTR, CDRS, both from Cincinnati VA Medical Center

10:30-11:15     “Medical Management of Spasticity on the Traumatic Brain Injury Patient” 
Chad Walters, DO, Radical Rehab Solutions

  1:15-2:00     “The ABC's of TBI” 
Rachel Garvin, MD, Neurocritical Care, University of Cincinnati

   2:15-3:00      “When to Hold ‘Em and When to Fold ‘Em” - Part 1 (Pisacano); Part 2 (Goodman)
Margaret Pisacano, BSN, JD, Director of Risk Management, University of Kentucky Medical Center /
R. Lanahan Goodman, JD, President of Southwest Ohio Trial Lawyers Association


TRACK TWO - MILITARY / VETERAN SURVIVOR / CAREGIVER

10:30-11:15    “Mild Traumatic Brain Injury and Postconcussion Syndrome”
Tarvez Tucker, MD, Neurocritical Care Fellow, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine

  1:15-2:00       “Cincinnati VA Medical Center’s Approach to Care for Veterans with Polytrauma/Traumatic Brain Injury”
Michelle Trainor, MSW, LISW, Polytrauma/Traumatic Brain Injury Care Coordinator, Cincinnati VA Medical Center /
Linda Brashears, SSG US Army (RET), Military Services Advocate, Brain Injury Alliance of Kentucky

 2:15-3:00       “Food As Medicine: Managing TBI Through Nutrition” 
Francoise Kazimierczuk, MS, RD, CSSD, LD, ATC, CSCS, Cincinnati VA Medical Center 


TRACK THREE - ADULT SURVIVOR/CAREGIVER

10:30-11:15     “Financial & Estate Planning for Those with Special Needs” 
Jefferey Yussman, JD, Wyatt, Tarrant & Combs

 1:15-2:00        “Advocating for Yourself and Others”
Sha
ron Marsh, RN, BSN, CCM, Arch Care Consultants 

 2:15-3:00       "It Doesn't Take a Lot of Brains to Understand the Brain:  Functional Neuroanatomy Made Ridiculously Simple" 
James F. Phifer, PhD, Radical RehabSolutions


TRACK FOUR - PEDIATRIC SURVIVOR/CAREGIVER

10:30-11:15     "Endocrinopathies after Traumatic Brain Injury"
Susan R. Rose, MD, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center

  1:15-2:00       “Preparing Students with Disabilities for the School-to-Work Transition” 
Teri Hogan, MS, CRC, CBIS-T, Deputy State Director of 
 NeuroRestorative, Carbondale, IL 

  2:15-3:00       “Michelle P Waiver / Consumer Directed Options (CDO)” 
Shelley Kelch, BSSW, Northern Kentucky Area Development District / Colleen Gribben, OT, Parent and Caregiver

 

 
 
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