Current international practices of cognitive rehabilitation following moderate-severe TBI
Monash University is exploring current practice in the provision of Cognitive Rehabilitation following moderate- severe Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI).
What is the aim of this study? The aim of this study is to explore current practice in Cognitive Rehabilitation following moderate- severe TBI. Specifically, we would like to understand:
1. Which type of Cognitive Rehabilitation approaches you take both overall, and in different domains of cognition
2. What resources guide you in providing Cognitive Rehabilitation following moderate- severe TBI
3. What factors help or hinder your Cognitive Rehabilitation practice.
Data from this survey will be used to inform the interpretation of current TBI Cognitive Rehabilitation practices. This information is valuable in developing strategies to optimise TBI Cognitive Rehabilitation.
Who can participate? Anyone who engages in Cognitive Rehabilitation with individuals following moderate to severe TBI. It is an online survey, available in multiple languages.
What will happen to your information? The information you provide in this survey is strictly confidential. Information collected in this survey cannot be accessed by anyone at your workplace. Survey data will be deidentified (if identifiable) prior to analysis. No participant will be identified in any publications or presentations arising from the survey. No participant can have their survey data linked to their specific cognitive rehabilitation clinical practices.Only the research staff will have access to your survey information, which will be kept for 10 years in a password-protected database. Data will be stored on password-protected Monash University servers.