Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation
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Objective:To examine the impact of secondary attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (SADHD) on long-term global and executive functioning in adolescents after traumatic brain injury (TBI).Setting:Three tertiary cared children's hospitals and 1 general hospital.Participants:One hundred twenty child
OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the association between traumatic brain injury (TBI) and nonfatal opioid overdose, and the role of psychiatric conditions as mediators of this association. SETTING: Post-9/11 veterans receiving care at national Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) facilities from 2007 to 2012. PARTICIPANTS: In total, 49 014 veterans aged 18 to 40 years receiving long-term opioid treatment of chronic noncancer pain. DESIGN: Longitudinal cohort study using VA registry data. MAIN MEASURES: TBI...
OBJECTIVE: Repetitive head impacts (RHIs) in combat sports are associated with cognitive decline and brain volume reduction. While fighting style differences between boxers, mixed martial artists (MMAs), and martial artists (MAs) have resulted in a broader spectrum of injury, the effects of RHIs on MAs relative to other fighters have not yet been explored. This study aimed to determine a differential effect of fighting style on cognition and brain. SETTING: A large outpatient medical center spec...
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Objective:To quantify the risk of acute ischemic stroke (AIS) following traumatic brain injury (TBI) according to severity.Setting:Indiana Network for Patient Care, including medical records from more than 100 Indiana hospitals and affiliated practices.Participants:Individuals 18 years and older wit
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Objective:To examine the comparative effectiveness of 3 modes of family problem-solving therapy (F-PST): therapist-guided online, self-guided online, and face-to-face.Setting:Four children's hospitals and a general hospital with pediatric commitment.Participants:A total of 150 adolescents aged 14 to
BACKGROUND: Concussion portrayal in media broadcasts of sporting events may contribute to lack of public understanding regarding concussion. METHODS: In total, 828 participants from Australia, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom completed a questionnaire assessing concussion knowledge. Participants were randomly assigned to either receive sports return-to-play (RTP) guideline information (RTP group) or not (no-RTP group). Participants viewed 12 short clips from televised rugby games and indicate...
Objective: Cognitive-behavioral therapy for insomnia (CBT-I) is an effective insomnia treatment but has yet to be applied to adolescents with sleep disruption following concussion. This pilot study evaluated CBT-I to improve insomnia in adolescents with protracted concussion recovery. Setting: Tertiary pediatric hospital. Participants: Participants (N = 24) were 12 to 18 years old (M = 15.0, SD = 1.4), 15.1 weeks (SD = 9.2) postinjury, and presenting with sleep disruption and persistent postconc...
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