National experts and rising leaders in the field of traumatic brain injury will gather at the 2012 Brain Injury Summit, to explore best practices and cutting-edge professional interventions across a comprehensive continuum of care. The event, hosted by Craig Hospital January 9 through January 11 in Beaver Creek, Colo, is offered in a setting that fosters discussion, discovery, and professional development.

Professionals involved in all aspects of service delivery for persons and families dealing with traumatic brain injury are encouraged to attend. This includes, but is not limited to, physicians, nurses, case managers, allied health professionals, insurance executives, administrators, attorneys, and researchers The conference will offer keynote, plenary, and panel presentations, as well as platform and poster presentations, breakout sessions, and roundtables. There will also be networking opportunities with other professionals, and exhibits.

The program is designed to fulfill several educational objectives, including: Medical diagnosis and treatment, including emergency management, neuroimaging, and pharmacologic rehabilitation; Evaluation and management of neuromedical conditions such as endocrine dysfunction, sleep disturbance, spasticity, and movement disorders; Clinical interventions for the management of cognitive, visual, vestibular, and physical dysfunction; and applied technology for rehabilitation. An overview of educational objectives and the complete program brochure is available