Housing for the Brain-Injured Homeless Populations
The completion of this report, in December 2013, found that the presence of brain injury is frequent among the homeless population. As a result, the homeless with brain injuries require more secure suitable housing programs.
Edmonton Overcrowding Homelessness Report
This study was completed in December 2013 and found that patients with unstable housing/homelessness appeared to be more likely to have a history of head injury, and to be disconnected from primary care providers.
Helmet Use Behaviour Research
In June 2012 Brain Care Centre with the support of the Alberta Centre for Injury Control and Research conducted research around helmet use in the Edmonton community.
Prevention of Prolonged Symptoms Related to Concussions in Sport
In September of 2013, Brain Care Centre was asked to speak at the Brain Injury Association of Canada Conference in Kingston, Ontario regarding resesarch on the prevention of prolonged symptoms related to concussions in sport conducted by Carolyn Biron, Ashley Brosda, Dr. Garnet Cummings and Dr. Marty Mrazik.