Would you like to learn more about sex and gender differences in brain injury? These websites, podcasts and e-newsletters are great places to continue learning and stay up to date on future findings
Center for Disease Control & Prevention – Traumatic Brain Injury and Concussion
Summary: CDC is the nation’s leading science-based, data-driven, service organization that protects the public’s health. For more than 70 years, we’ve put science into action to help children stay healthy so they can grow and learn; to help families, businesses, and communities fight disease and stay strong; and to protect the public’s health.
Summary: PINK Concussions has a website with expert videos, stories of women with the experience of brain injury, events, updates on research, and ten online support groups for young women, women, parents/caregivers of women with brain injury, female veterans and more.
Concussion Corner Podcast
Concussion Corner is a podcast founded by Jessica B. Schwartz PT, DPT, CSCS is a resource for interdisciplinary conversations about concussion-related topics in healthcare, advocacy, and sport. Concussion Corner podcasts are available on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, and Spotify.
Abused and Brain Injured
Abused & Brain Injured is a website focused on the intersection of intimate partner violence and traumatic brain injury which was created for front-line workers as
well as survivors. This website serves as a toolkit to provide information, resources, research and practice recommendations for providing brain injury informed services.
NORA Weekly Digest E-newsletter
NORA Weekly Digest is a newsletter published by the Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Association, International (NORA). It keeps readers up-to-date on current medical, research, and other news relevant to patients, caregivers, and health
care professionals interested in neurological recovery and vision rehabilitation.
The Concussion Alliance E-newsletter
The Concussion Alliance newsletter was created by the nonprofit of the same name which was founded by a mother and son, Malayka and Conor Gormally. This biweekly contains synopses of recent research and news.