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Interviews & Features

Over the years, we have had the good fortune of having our work featured in various media outlets. We are always excited to share what we have accomplished with our patients and in our research in an effort to help educate others about brain injury and make further contributions to the field.

Below you'll find a list of interviews and media appearances and, if available, links to those features. If you are a media outlet and would like to set up an interview or seeking contributions to a piece about traumatic brain injury, please direct correspondence to Jenny Marwtiz at Jenny.Marwitz@vcuhealth.org

November 2012 - NPR's With Good Reason

Drs. Jeffrey Kreutzer and Emilie Godwin recently spoke to With Good Reason, a radio program which airs on NPR (National Public Radio). This broadcast entitled “The Impact of Brain Injury on Relationships” highlights VCU research and clinical work to improve the lives of couples following a traumatic brain injury. You can access it through their iTunes page or download the episode directly here.

January 2012 - New York Times

The NY Times spoke with both Dr. Jeffrey Kreutzer, designer of the Brain Injury Family Intervention, and Dr. Emilie Godwin, the Family Support Program Coordinator to the TBI Model Systems at VCU, about family and marriage counseling post-TBI. We're pleased to have had this opportunity to bring attention to the interpersonal challenges facing survivors and their loved ones post-injury. The article also features TBI survivor Hugh Rawlins and his wife Rosemary who recently published a memoir about Hugh's recovery and the impact of his injury on their family.

The full article can be accessed here. A print version appeared in the January 10, 2012 edition of the New York Times in section D1 with the headline: When Injuries To the Brain Tear at Hearts.

 

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