Speaking Engagements & Tours for Author Ian Powell

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Speaking Engagements

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A number of universities have expressed interest in sharing travel costs in order to bring the author to their universities for lectures. If that is of interest, email details to


Speaking Engagement & Media Audio/Video


Brain Injury Radio - Two 90 minute interviews


  • Note: Video from one of the nursing school lectures will be posted here.

Future Speaking Engagements

Brain Injury Association of Canada Conference
September 25-27, 2013, Kingston, Ontario, Canada

The author will deliver a keynote address to the Annual Conference of the Brain Injury Association of Canada


Past Speaking Engagements


June 12, 2013

March of Dimes, 11th Annual ABI Survivor Conference "Balancing Act", Barrie, Ontario


March 6, 2013

York University, Calumet College Speaker Series. Calumet college has posted video of Ian's presentation on YouTube.

November 27, 2012

Queen's University, School of Health Sciences, Faculty of Nursing three lectures: 2 closed, 1 public


November 16, 2012

A closed speaking engagement to a strategic planning retreat of senior staff and the boards of Directors of Bridgepoint Health and the Bridgepoint Health Foundation.


October 4, 2012 

A closed speaking engagement to the Bridgepoint Health Foundation 


September 26-28, 2012

The author delivered a keynote address to the Annual Conference of the Brain Injury Association of Canada

Video of Ian's presentation and notes for his presentation have been posted on the BIAC website .




Speaking Tours

A number of nursing schools have expressed interest in having the author speak to their students.  In order to reduce the costs to each institution, we are organising regional speaking tours.

If you would like your institution to participate, please contact

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