Brain Injury – Developing Guidelines for Physical Activities

BRain Injury: Developing Guidelines for physical activitiES (BRIDGES)


The BRIDGES team are seeking feedback on their clinical practice guideline for physical activity following traumatic brain injury. Clinicians and members of the public are welcomed to view the guideline and share their thoughts by completing the survey, which can be accessed via the below feedback link. The deadline for feedback is 5pm, Friday 6th of October.




BRain Injury: Developing Guidelines for physical activitiES (BRIDGES)

The BRIDGES research project is inviting participants to complete a survey that identifies the type of physical activity people living with moderate to severe traumatic brain injury would do. The purpose of this survey is to understand what people living with moderate to severe traumatic brain injury want from community based physical activity.
The results of this survey will help the researchers know which options to lobby for.

Who can take part in this survey? People living with moderate to severe TBI aged 10 years or older.

How long does the survey take to complete? Approximately 10-15 minutes, but this may vary from person to person.

How do I access the survey? Click on link below or scan QR code in image.


Who do I contact for further information? Associate Professor Leanne Hassett via email

Participant Information Statement & Survey

Call for TBI research volunteers


History of the BRIDGES research project

The BRIDGES research project aims to enhance participation in physical activity for Australians living with moderate-severe traumatic brain injury through the adaptation and translation of the newly released WHO physical activity guideline for people living with disability.

Lived experience involvement is needed throughout the project to ensure the guideline meets the needs of people with TBI.

Download the flyer for further information and detail on joining this research project.

BRIDGES Research Project

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