Brain Injury Specialist Training
If you are looking to expand your knowledge of brain injury and make yourself stand out from your
colleagues, consider becoming a Certified Brain Injury Specialist by attending virtual training on October 4
and 5. Training is provided by the North Dakota Brain Injury Network (NDBIN).
Deadline: September 10
Scrubs Camp Now Accepting Grant Applications
Host a camp in your community! Through creative and interactive activities, these exciting camps provide an
opportunity for students in grades 5-12 to learn more about health careers available in rural North
Deadline: October 28
This session will focus on vocational rehabilitation and returning to work or finding new employment
after sustaining a traumatic brain injury.
Healthy People: Where We've Been and Where We're Going
This Rural Health Research Gateway webinar will begin by looking back at key findings from Rural
Healthy People 2010 and Rural Healthy People 2020 and will conclude by presenting early findings
from the Rural Healthy People 2030 survey and discussing what comes next.
This webinar features Greg Little, PhD, who will talk about his experiences after a traumatic brain
injury. Along with having 37 years of experience in mental health, Little went through a brain
injury, coma, and weeks of paralysis after a car crash in 1972.
NDBIN is hosting a daylong symposium on concussions. Continuing Education Units are available for
attendees in several disciplines. There is no cost to attend.