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This presentation will introduce the audience to the epidemiology of work-related traumatic brain injury (TBI), highlighting the intersections of sex, gender, work, and health.
Examples from the presenter’s research are used to demonstrate:
- the relevance of occupational brain injury to public health
- gaps in knowledge and practice
- implications for policy and service provision planning
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Presenter: Dr. Angela Colantonio
Dr. Colantonio is the Director of the Rehabilitation Sciences Institute at the University of Toronto, where she holds a CIHR Research Chair in Gender, Work and Health. She is also a Senior Research Scientist at the Toronto Rehabilitation Institute-UHN and Professor of Occupational Science & Occupational Therapy. Dr. Colantonio leads a broad, internationally recognized research program on acquired brain injury that includes a focus on women, sex/gender analyses, vulnerable populations, and work-related traumatic brain injury. She has authored over 250 publications and is a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences, the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine and the American College of Epidemiology.
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