The essential role of psychosocial risk and protective factors in pediatric traumatic brain injury research.

@article{Gerring2012TheER,
  title={The essential role of psychosocial risk and protective factors in pediatric traumatic brain injury research.},
  author={Joan P. Gerring and Shari L. Wade},
  journal={Journal of neurotrauma},
  year={2012},
  volume={29 4},
  pages={
          621-8
        }
}
This article builds upon Traumatic Brain Injury Common Data Elements (TBI CDE) version 1.0 and the pediatric CDE Initiative by emphasizing the essential role of psychosocial risk and protective factors in pediatric TBI research. The goals are to provide a compelling rationale for including psychosocial risk and protective factors in addition to socioeconomic status (SES), age, and sex in the study design and analyses of pediatric TBI research and to describe recommendations for core common data… CONTINUE READING
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