Fatigue, Impaired Alertness and Daytime Sleepiness in Traumatic Brain Injury

Dr. Tatyana Mollayeva will lead a pre-conference instructional course on this topic at the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine’s 93rd Annual Conference in Chicago. The course will take place on Monday October 31, 8am-12:00pm. Drs. Angela Colantonio and Tamara Bushnik are co-instructors. Please check  the website to learn more about the course and to register.

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