Study Use of Electronic Media to Improve Care of Traumatic Brain Injury

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For people who are hospitalized for traumatic brain injury, recovery may involve physical and cognitive problems that linger for years. The road back to health can be even more arduous for those who live in remote rural areas and don’t have access to brain rehabilitation specialists. Mayo Clinic and collaborators, including the Departments of Health in Minnesota and Iowa, Regional Health in South Dakota and Sanford Health in North Dakota, have received a $2.2 million federal grant to test new ways to provide specialized TBI care, with a focus on reaching rural areas and underserved urban populations.
Allen Brown, M.D., Director of Brain Rehabilitation Research and principal investigator of the five-year study expalins more about the research.

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