Longitudinal outcomes of neurological impairment; guidance and management following traumatic brain injury (LONG-TBI)
The University of Adelaide is aiming to gather information on the current longitudinal management of neurological impairments in TBI patients, as well as to explore the awareness of risk of neurodegenerative disease development following TBI.
What does this study hope to achieve? Through this work, the University of Adelaide is hoping to provide cross-country insights into clinical management, formulate guidelines that can be used by clinicians to provide more effective, long-term clinical management of TBI and raise awareness of the increased risk of neurodegenerative disease development following TBI.
Who can participate? This study is seeking:
- board-certified neurologists and/or neuro/orthopaedic surgeons, rehabilitation clinicians, nurses, occupational
therapists, physiotherapists, and other health professionals with expertise in the field of TBI management and care;
- have managed/treated TBI patients within the last 5 years;
- are fluent in English
What does participation involve? A one-time short online survey, approximately 15 minutes in duration.
Who do I contact for further information? A/Prof Lyndsey Collin-Praino via email
For more information click the following links.