Podcasts

The NeuroNotes Podcast is a periodic program brought to you by the Neurologic Rehabilitation Institute at Brookhaven Hospital. A podcast is a audio file that is distributed over the internet for playback on mobile devices and personal computers. A valuable resource for professionals, and family members, our podcast is meant to bring awareness and understanding to brain injury issues and treatment.

Radio segments:

“Michael Mason on the Diane Rehm Show
Click here to listen in at the American University Radio website

“Rich Fisher Discusses Head Cases” (6 MB)
Complements of Headcasesthebook.com, <click here to listen>

NeuroNotes Podcasts:

A Discussion of “The Silent Epidemic: Understanding the Impact of Mild Traumatic Brain Injury” (13.1 MB)
Guests: Rolf Gainer <click here to listen>

Book Review: Head Cases: Stories of Brain Injury and Its Aftermath(9.85 MB)
Guests: Michael Paul Mason <click here to listen>

About Neuropsychology (6.4 MB)
Guests: Ross Burrows <click here to listen>

Accessing Brain Injury Services (15.7 MB)
Guests: Dr. Rolf Gainer, Kathleen Kapsolis <click here to listen>

HRI – History Repeating Itself w/ Ben Orlando:

Episode 1 Part 1: The Decline of Football and Gladiators  (12.4 MB)  < click here to listen>

Episode 1 Part 2: The Decline of Football and Boxing (19.4 MB)  < click here to listen>

Episode 1 Part 3: The Decline of Football, Data and Reality (34.2 MB)   <click here to listen>

Interviews:

Dr. Rolf B. Gainer discussed what family caregivers go through when caring for a loved one with severe brain injury in a recent interview conducted by Dr. Gordon Atherley.  Dr. Gordon Atherley founded Family Caregivers Unite!, a social media project in 2010.  He uses his live internet talk radio show to connect with caregivers and to provide information and support.  His most recent episode features a discussion with our Chief Executive Officer of the Neurologic Rehabilitation Institute at Brookhaven Hospital, Dr. Rolf B. Gainer.

Dr. Gainer explains that there is hope.  Positive change can occur for the individual years post-injury.  He provides valuable tips for caregivers, and looks to the future suggesting changes to our healthcare system.

Click here to listen to the episode featuring Dr. Gainer’s conversation with Dr. Gordon Atherley.  Be sure to listen to the end to hear Dr. Gainer’s heartfelt and encouraging message for family caregivers.