The efficacy of community-based rehabilitation programmes for adults with TBI

@inproceedings{Evans2008TheEO,
  title={The efficacy of community-based rehabilitation programmes for adults with TBI},
  author={Lizzie Evans and Claire Brewis},
  year={2008}
}
Aims: The aim of this systematic review was to investigate the factors that infl uence the efficacy of community-based rehabilitation programmes in improving the quality of life and daily functioning of adults with severe traumatic brain injury. Methods: A systematic review of the literature was conducted. In keeping with the principles of best evidence synthesis, the findings from the studies were analysed according to their methodological quality. Findings: Eleven studies were included in the… CONTINUE READING

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