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Idaho TBI Spring 2003 Virtual Grand Round Series

Traumatic Brain Injury in the 21st Century: Challenges and Opportunities – 2/6/2003 12:30:00 PM

Allan Bergman, President and CEO, Brain Injury Association of America.

February 6, 2003

Injury Prevention — Seat Belts: A Matter of Dollars and Sense – 2/13/2003 1:22:00 PM

Ginger Floerchinger-Franks, Injury Prevention Specialist, Bureau of Health Promotion, Division of Health, DHW; Mary Hunter, Grant Officer-Seat Belt Specialist, Office of Highway Safety, Idaho Transportation Department.

February 13, 2003

Report from the Traumatic Brain Injury State Planning Grant for the State of Idaho – 2/20/2003 12:33:00 PM

Russell C. Spearman M.Ed., Sr. Research Associate, Idaho State University, Institute of Rural Health – Boise Center.

February 20, 2003

Idaho’s Protection and Advocacy System for People with a Traumatic Brain Injury and an Overview from the Brain Injury Association of Idaho – 2/27/2003 12:38:00 PM

Corinna Wolfe, Advocacy Director, Comprehensive Advocacy, Inc.; Michelle Featherston, President, Brain Injury Asociation of Idaho.

February 27, 2003

An Overview of Idaho’s Traumatic Brain Injury Medicaid Waiver – 3/6/2003 12:41:00 PM

Arla Farmer R.N., Alternative Care Coordinator, Division of Medicaid – Department of Health and Welfare.

March 6, 2003

Current Research in Brain Injury at the Idaho Neurological Institute – 3/13/2003 11:42:00 AM

Pennie Seibert Ph.D., Director of Research, Idaho Neurological Institute – Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center

March 13, 2003

This project is supported in part by grant number 90TBSG0056-02-01 from the U.S Administration for Community Living (ACL), Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) , Washington, D.C. 20201 and Idaho State University. This project was previously supported in part by grant # 1-H21-MC07735, using funding from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), Health Resources Services Administration's (HRSA's) Maternal and Child Health Bureau, and Idaho State University. Grantees undertaking projects under government sponsorship are encouraged to express freely their findings and conclusions. The content contained herein are solely those of the authors and points of view or opinions do not, therefore, necessarily represent official Administration for Community Living policy, the view or policies of the U.S. Government, the State of Idaho, or Idaho State University