Race and productivity outcome after traumatic brain injury: influence of confounding factors.

@article{Sherer2003RaceAP,
  title={Race and productivity outcome after traumatic brain injury: influence of confounding factors.},
  author={Mark Sherer and Todd G. Nick and Angelle M. Sander and Tessa Hart and R Kyle Hanks and Mitchell S Rosenthal and Walter M. High and Stuart A Yablon},
  journal={The Journal of head trauma rehabilitation},
  year={2003},
  volume={18 5},
  pages={408-24}
}
OBJECTIVE Investigate the impact of race on productivity outcome after traumatic brain injury (TBI) and evaluate the influence of confounding factors on this relationship. DESIGN Inception cohort of 1083 adults with TBI for whom 1-year productivity follow-up data were available. RESULTS Univariable logistic regression indicated that race was a significant predictor of productivity outcome after TBI. African Americans were 2.76 times more likely to be nonproductive than whites and other… CONTINUE READING

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