This Seminar Series has been approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s) ™ and ANCC contact hours by Indiana University School of Medicine.

ICMS Members can register for the Seminar Series at no cost, please email to receive a PROMO CODE (non-transferrable) that you can use before you complete your registration.

Sign up today! You don’t want to miss this Seminar Series on Wednesday, November 17 with Jim Buskirk who will be discussing a novel head mounted display (hmd) augmented reality device with inertial measurement unit (imu) for anywhere and for administration to evaluate functional executive functions of cognition.

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About Jim Buskirk:

Jim Buskirk, MSEd, PT ’83, SCS, AIB-CON, has helped drive advancements in the assessment and treatment of concussion among amateur and professional athletes, work rooted in his clinical practice and research on behalf of the Department of Defense (DOD) and NASA.

Jim has worked at the cutting edge of research and the development of tools and protocols to assist in the diagnosis and treatment of concussive response to mTBI. He is driven to discover if timely testing and treatment can prevent serious, long-term changes to the brain.

For the past three years Jim has conducted clinical research on mTBI at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine’s departments of otolaryngology, sports medicine and neurology, and helps educate RFU’s PT students on mTBI/concussion assessment and management.

For more information, you may contact Tom Weisenbach, ICMS Executive Director at