Brain Awareness Week is taking place from March 13-17 and presents a great opportunity to learn more about brain health, and the brain diseases, disorders and injuries that affect so many Australians.Read this article >
Footballer Jaye Bowden’s memory loss and hospitalisation due to an alleged “hit behind the play” over the weekend raises several issues regarding the response to brain injuries in local-level sports.Read this article >
Researchers at the University of Tasmania invite individuals with or without an acquired brain injury (ABI) to participate in a study about ABI and social cognition - how people process, store, and apply information about other people and social situations.Read this article >
Calls for better concussion protection guidelines for community football players - Read this important ABC News Story, featuring interviews with Tasmanian teenager Holly Radburn, AFL Tasmania CEO, Damian Gill, and BIAT EO, Deborah Byrne.Read this article >
Researchers at Flinders University are conducting a study which aims to develop an age-appropriate interactive digital toolkit of resources to educate and support children and families after a parent sustains an acquired brain injury (ABI).Read this article >
Brain injury in sport continues to make news across sporting codes locally, nationally and internationally. Read more in these Mercury Newspaper articles.Read this article >
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