Acute predictors of return to employment after traumatic brain injury: a longitudinal follow-up.

@article{KeyserMarcus2002AcutePO,
  title={Acute predictors of return to employment after traumatic brain injury: a longitudinal follow-up.},
  author={Lori A Keyser-Marcus and John C. Bricout and Paul Howard Wehman and Leanne R Campbell and David X. Cifu and Jeffrey Englander and Walter High and R. D. Zafonte},
  journal={Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation},
  year={2002},
  volume={83 5},
  pages={635-41}
}
OBJECTIVE To investigate the relation between selected acute injury and patient characteristics and subsequent return to work 1 to 5 years postinjury. DESIGN Longitudinal design with prospectively collected data. Data were collected on patients at the time of injury and each year postinjury for up to 5 years. SETTING Four medical centers in the federally sponsored Traumatic Brain Injury Model Systems project that provide emergency medical services, intensive and acute medical care… CONTINUE READING

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