Progress in developing common data elements for traumatic brain injury research: version two--the end of the beginning.

@article{Hicks2013ProgressID,
  title={Progress in developing common data elements for traumatic brain injury research: version two--the end of the beginning.},
  author={Ramona R. Hicks and Joseph T Giacino and Cynthia L Harrison-Felix and Geoffrey Manley and Alex B. Valadka and Elisabeth A. Wilde},
  journal={Journal of neurotrauma},
  year={2013},
  volume={30 22},
  pages={1852-61}
}
To accelerate data sharing and research on traumatic brain injury (TBI), several federal agencies have been collaborating to support the development and implementation of common data elements (CDEs). The first recommendations for CDEs were made in 2010, and were well suited for hospital-based studies of acute TBI in adults. To broaden the utility of the TBI CDEs, experts were asked to update the recommendations to make them relevant to all ages, levels of injury severity, and phases of recovery… CONTINUE READING
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