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Current Research Studies: Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

In addition to research done through the Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Model System of Care, the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine is currently conducting the following TBI studies:

TBI Care: The Effectiveness of Collaborative Care versus Usual Care for Pain after Traumatic Brain Injury

The TBI Care study is comparing the effectiveness of Collaborative Care to Usual Care for decreasing pain interference in adults with TBI and chronic pain, including headache. We will also examine the impact of Collaborative Care versus Usual Care for symptoms that commonly co-occur with pain including depression, anxiety, and sleep. We are also interested in whether treatment changes satisfaction with care, community participation and how medical care is used. Collaborative Care is a well-established model for healthcare delivery, but has not been adequately tested for pain management in persons with TBI.

For more information about participating in this study, please see Studies Seeking Volunteers or contact:
Laurie Peabody, Study Coordinator
Flyer for study
This study is seeking volunteers.

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Featured Research Articles

Traumatic Brain Injury

View the latest research articles on Traumatic Brain Injury written by faculty from the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine.

Volunteer to Participate in our Research Studies

The Department of Rehabilitation Medicine is looking for volunteers to participate in research studies on Multiple Sclerosis & Pain Management, and Traumatic Brain Injury.

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