2016 Brain Health Fair
FREE EVENT For Anyone Interested in Wonders of the Brain!
Friday, April 15, 2016
10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Vancouver Convention Centre
West Ballroom ABCD
Vancouver, BC, Canada
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Sign UpJoin us for this one-time-only event connecting hundreds of neurology patients, families, and caregivers affected by a brain disease, as well as students interested in brain science and the general public interested in brain health.
The 2016 Brain Health Fair is designed and executed by neurologists, with local and national experts, who are on hand to answer questions about the wonders of the brain and the latest research advances in multiple sclerosis, dementia, epilepsy, stroke, Parkinson’s disease, movement disorders, headache, pediatric neurology, and other brain diseases.
Attendees will have the opportunity to attend small presentations from neurologists, an exhibit hall, activities for kids and teens, science fair, giveaways, support patient groups, and more.
Patients, caregivers, and families will learn about new tools, observed medical equipment in action, gain awareness of the benefits of nutrition and emotional health, and participate in the following fun and informative areas:
- “Ask a Neurologist” booths–talk to top neurologists
- Learn about the latest treatments and research advances
- Get prevention and healthy lifestyle tips
- Walk through an inflatable, interactive brain
- Hold an actual human brain
- View animal brains–from mouse to dolphin
- Create brain-inspired arts and crafts
- Participate in active games in the sports pavilion
- Learn how nerves govern your senses at the cranial nerve stations
- View the work of local student scientists at the Science Fair
- Pick up a free bike helmet at the helmet giveaway
- See the winning videos from the Neuroscience IsTM…Cool Video Contest
- Explore Body Works Exhibits and Blow Your Mind Demonstrations by Science World
As part of the Brain Health Fair’s keynote address, the AAN will acknowledge “Brain Health Awareness Day” in the City of Vancouver as declared by Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson.
Presented by the American Academy of Neurology (AAN) – the world’s largest association of neurologists. Each year the Brain Health Fair is scheduled during the opening day of the AAN’s Annual Meeting, which brings about 12,000 neurologists and health care professionals into a participating city.
2016 Brain Health Fair Event Program
The Brain Health Fair program is designed and executed by neurologists, with local and national experts on hand to answer your questions.
Brain Health Information Keynote Address
Hear from the best and brightest in neurology, bringing attendees up-to-speed on the latest discoveries and new directions in neurologic medicine relevant to patient outcomes.
Discovery Zone and Exhibit Hall
Patients, caregivers, and families can learn about new tools, observe medical equipment in action, and gain awareness of the benefits of nutrition and emotional health. Patient groups will present helpful resources and provide health screenings. Attendees will learn about the brain, how it works, the field of neurology, and what a neurologist does. Local students will have the opportunity to participate in the Brain Health Fair science fair area.
Visit the Presentation Stage for a variety of demonstrations throughout the day.
Education Zone Presentation Stage:
Discovery Zone Presentation Stage:
This Is Why You Can?t Multitask
The Key Skills You Need to Manage Your Neurologic Condition
Cafe Panel Talks on Concussion
Blow your Mind
The Brain Health Fair is seeking local Vancouver, BC, Canada, students to showcase their individual projects on brain, spinal cord, nerve or muscle science.
“Students had a great time exhibiting their projects and were excited to communicate their research to others interested in brain health!”—2015 Brain Health Fair Science Fair Participant’s Teacher
School Scholarship CompetitionYour school could win $1,000 and a cool brain model to enhance its science program if you are one of the five most-represented schools at the Brain Health Fair. Gather your students and class mates and come to the event!
Neuroscience Is…TM Cool Video Contest
Neuroscience is the study of the brain and nervous system—and we want students ages 13-18 to tell us why they think it’s cool. Grab a phone and make a short video for the chance to win $300 and see your video shown at the Brain Health Fair!
2016 Brain Health Fair Exhibitors
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2016 Brain Health Fair Sponsors
Brain Health Fair Notice and Conditions
The activities conducted and content distributed at the American Academy of Neurology’s (AAN) Brain Health Fair are for educational purposes only and do not constitute or substitute professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.
The AAN does not recommend or endorse any specific physicians, products, procedures, opinions, or other information that may be mentioned at the Brain Health Fair. Reliance on any information provided is solely at attendee’s own risk.
The AAN is not liable to any attendee or anyone else for any decision made or action taken by based on reliance upon the information provided at the Brain Health Fair. Attendee assumes any and all liability associated with attendance/participation at the Brain Health Fair. The AAN is not liable for any claims whatsoever for personal injury, illness, death, or damages of any kind as a result of or caused by attendance/participation at the Brain Health Fair.
Attendance/participation is voluntary. All portions of the Brain Health Fair may be photographed, videotaped and/or recorded for future rebroadcast, distribution, promotion, or other commercial purpose. By attending the Brain Health Fair you are consenting to being recorded, photographed, and/or videotaped without payment or remuneration of any kind. Any recording, photographs or videos of any nature are the sole property of the AAN.
Children must be escorted and supervised by an adult at all times. Child supervision is not provided at the AAN’s Brain Health Fair.