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BACKGROUND Impairments of memory are commonly reported by people with traumatic brain injuries (TBI). Such deficits are persistent, debilitating, and can severely impact quality of life. Currently, many do not routinely receive follow-up appointments for residual memory problems following discharge. METHODS/DESIGN This is a multi-centre, randomised(More)
Information provision is an important resource for those living with acquired brain injury (ABI) and their families. Web-based health information services are now common additions to health service provision. Ideally, they should be easy to use and provide useful, relevant and accurate information. ABI injuries do not affect individuals in the same way, and(More)
PRIMARY OBJECTIVE Little research has been conducted exploring the issues surrounding parenting with an acquired brain injury (ABI). This study aimed to explore the experiences and needs of parents who suffered an ABI in the last 2 years from their own perspectives. For individuals with an ABI who have dependent children their ABI has the potential to(More)
Introduction F many people with head injury, being able to drive postinjury is crucial for regaining independence.1 The estimated annual admission rate of head injury is 270 per 100 000 in England and Wales, with around 5% being severely injured.2 The common consequences of severe head injury include deficits in memory, attention/concentration,(More)
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