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Cheryle Sullivan MD, (pictured to the left) author of Brain Injury Survival Kit: 365 Tips, Tools and Tricks to Deal with Cognitive Function Loss has published several articles related to the topic of Brain Injuries.  Below is the title along with a brief synopsis of each article and a link to the complete published article. 

Please feel free to read, enjoy and reference these articles.  All of the information needed for a bibliography is provided.  Please understand that these articles are copyright protected and treat them as such when referencing them.


8/1/16
Brain Tips: Inspirational and Motivational Calendar
New project with Lash and Associates Publishing

 
To purchase, click here.

5/31/2016  "I found a letter to myself."  Brainline.org
http://www.brainline.org/content/2016/05/today-i-found-a-letter-to-myself.html 


6/24/2014 Contributing Author, Chicken Soup for the Soul, Recovering from Traumatic Brain Injury 
"Right Where I'm Supposed to Be."  

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Brain Injury Survival Kit:
365 Tips, Tools and Tricks to Deal with Cognitive Function Loss


This book, though originally written with the idea of helping those who have suffered a brain injury (BI) along with their families and supporters, will appeal to anyone who would like to learn tips, tools and tricks to better manage their  time and energy as well as improving their communication and organizational skills and find balance in their lives between work and play!I

If you would like to order this book from the publisher where it is also available in several large print sizes, please 
Click Here. On the publisher's website, enter my name in the search bar, then click on "Products" to order the book.  You can also check out my profile as well as a video interview done by the publisher.




Articles Written By Cheryle Sullivan, MD
Spending Time on the Other Side of the Doctor-Patient Relationship

This is a short piece Dr. Cheryle Sullivan wrote during the early stages of dealing with the results of her brain injury. Despite being a family physician, navigating through the medical system was still a challenge and she discusses some of the issues she faced.

If you would like to read this article in its entirety Click Here.

Similarities between Flying an Airplane and Coping with Brain Injury

Early on in her cognitive rehabilitation, Dr. Cheryle Sullivan realized that tools that she had been using to make flying safer and more efficient were being recommended for her to use to deal with the cognitive challenges after her TBI.  In this article she describes some of these tools.

If you would like to read this article in its entirety Click Here.

Mild Tramatic Brain Injury: Lost and Found

This is a short essay about some of the things that Dr. Cheryle Sullivan felt she had lost due to her brain injury, as well as some of the positive outcomes that she found.

If you would like to read this essay in its entirety Click Here.


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