The International Paediatric Brain Injury Society (IPBIS) is dedicated to linking professionals across countries and cultures to advance research and disseminate knowledge on brain injury in children, adolescents and young adults.
Acquired brain injury (ABI) in children is a significant cause of mortality and morbidity worldwide. The effect of ABI can have a profound, life-long impact on the individual’s development, functioning and quality of life. Family life may also significantly change. IPBIS is dedicated to linking professionals across countries and cultures to advance research and disseminate knowledge.
Mission and Vision Statement
IPBIS collaborates to disseminate knowledge by developing and sharing best practices, mentoring colleagues, advancing research and promoting prevention for the benefit of children, adolescents and young adults with ABI and their families.
- Share Best Practices
- Advanced Research
- Benefit Children, Adolescents, Young Adults
- Benefit ABI Families
IPBIS organizes a variety of timely webinars on a range of topics relating to brain injury in children. These webinars will provide participants with a brief overview of the content of a pre-conference and symposium sessions that will form part of the program for the next IPBIS conference in New York City in October 2021. To learn more about the upcoming IPBIS webinars, click here.
Held every two years, the IPBIS conference provides a forum for the discussion of innovative treatments, rehabilitation programs, support mechanisms and ways to improve the lives and potential of young people affected by brain injury. The educational program is inclusive of all issues relating to pediatric brain injury, both traumatic (e.g., external physical force injuries, penetrating injuries) and atraumatic (e.g., infectious diseases, tumors, stroke, neurotoxic poisonings). The next IPBIS conference will be held October 6-9, 2021, in New York City. For more information on the conference, click here.
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