Volunteers Needed for a Research Study: Amplifying Black Voices in Traumatic Brain Injury Rehabilitation

Are you a Black survivor of traumatic brain injury (TBI)? Are you caring for someone living with one?

We are recruiting for a study about Black experiences in TBI rehab in Canada. Please see image below for more details and share! Click the image below to view it in a higher resolution.

Contact:

Samira Omar, MSc, PhD Candidate
Email: samira.omar@mail.utoronto.ca
Phone: 416-946-0898

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