"Relating through sameness": a qualitative study of friendship and social isolation in chronic traumatic brain injury.


Social isolation has been described as a common problem among traumatic brain injury (TBI) survivors during the chronic phase. Due to physical, cognitive and behavioural changes, survivors become less socially active and experience a marked decrease in the number of friends. The goal of this investigation is to explore TBI survivors' subjective account of… (More)
DOI: 10.1080/09602011.2016.1247730


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