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March 13, 2019 | 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Category: Seminar
Location: Integrative Biosciences Center IBio Conference Center | Map
6135 Woodward Ave.
Detroit , MI 48202
Cost: Free
Audience: Academic Staff, Alumni, Community, Current Graduate Students, Current Undergraduate Students, Faculty, Staff

The Campus Community is invited to a research seminar

  Pediatric Injury Prevention: From Countryside to Bedside

hosted by

the Department of Family Medicine and Public Health Sciences

and

The Office of the Vice President for Research

with guest speaker, Jiabin Shen, Ph.D.

Research Scientist, Center for Pediatric Trauma Research

Research Institute at Nationwide Children's Hospital

March 13, 2019

11 a.m. to 12 noon

IBio Conference Center

 

The Wayne State University community is invited to attend a research  presentation with guest speaker, Jiabin Shen, Ph.D., research scientist, Center for Pediatric Trauma Research, Nationwide Children's Hospital.

The presentation will be held on March 13, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. in the first floor seminar room of IBio, Located at 6135 Woodward. The seminar is free and open to the entire university community. 

Dr. Shen will present, "Pediatric Injury Prevention: From Countryside to Bedside."

Dr. Shen earned his B.S. degree in psychology at Zhejiang University, a M.Ed. in developmental & educational psychology from East China Normal University, and a Ph.D. in psychology at the University of Alabama. 

Abstract: 

This seminar will introduce a systematic approach to the research in pediatric injury prevention, from primary prevention of unintentional injuries to tertiary prevention (i.e., rehabilitation) following pediatric trauma. Dr. Jiabin Shen will incorporate his research projects in both school settings and clinical settings as real-life examples on how to implement this approach, including the use of virtual reality for cognitive rehabilitation among pediatric patients with moderate/severe traumatic brain injuries. At the conclusion of the seminar, the audience will be able to learn more about how theory-driven and technology-assisted behavioral interventions can be implemented to promote the health and quality of life among children and adolescents both in the U.S. and globally.

We hope you can join us for this interesting seminar!  

For more information about this event, please contact Julie O'Connor at 3135775600 or julie.oconnor@wayne.edu.