10:45–11:30

Approaches to Defining and Classifying Rehabilitation Treatments: How Can They Apply to CRT?

Marcel Dijkers, Ph.D.

Senior Investigator, Brain Injury Research Center of Mount Sinai Hospital

11:30–12:00

Setting the Stage for Afternoon Breakout Sessions

John Whyte, M.D., Ph.D.

1:00–2:00

Breakout Session 1: “Modest” Treatment Evidence

Example: Dahlberg, C. A., C. P. Cusick, L. A. Hawley, J. K. Newman, C. E. Morey, C. L. Harrison-Felix, and G. G. Whiteneck. 2007.

Treatment efficacy of social communication skills training after traumatic brain injury: A randomized treatment and deferred treatment controlled trial. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 88(12):1561–1573.

Group A: Room NAS 227 (Facilitated by John Whyte)

Group B: Room NAS 360 (Facilitated by Mary Kennedy)

Group C: Room NAS Lecture Hall (Facilitated by Hilaire Thompson)

2:00–2:45

Follow-Up Discussion to Breakout Session 1

Moderator: John Whyte, M.D., Ph.D.

3:00–4:00

Breakout Session 2: “Limited” Treatment Evidence

Example: Sohlberg, M. M., K. A. McLaughlin, A. Pavese, A. Heidrich, and M. I. Posner. 2000. Evaluation of attention process training and brain injury education in persons with acquired brain injury. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology 22(5):656–676.

Group A: Room NAS 227 (Facilitated by John Whyte)

Group B: Room NAS 360 (Facilitated by Mary Kennedy)

Group C: Room NAS Lecture Hall (Facilitated by Hilaire Thompson)

4:00–4:45

Follow-Up Discussion to Breakout Session 2

Moderator: Mary Kennedy, Ph.D.



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