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Traumatic Brain Injury Model Systems August 13th, 2018

Flora Hammond MD, Principal Investigator

The TBIMS NDB is a multi-center, prospective, longitudinal study that will be used for descriptive analyses of outcome, correlation of injury severity and pre-morbid characteristics to outcomes, and for monitoring trends over time. The primary aim of the TBIMS NDB is to provide data for research to improve care and outcomes for individuals with TBI.

Currently, there are 16 TBIMS centers, each providing a multidisciplinary system of rehabilitation care, including emergency medical, acute medical, and post-acute services. In addition to providing direct services, these centers play a pivotal role in building the national capacity for high-quality treatment and research serving persons with TBI, their families and the communities in which they reside.

Contacts: Darby Dyar                                                             Kaitlyn Flederbach

Email: Darby.dyar@rhin.com                                                Email: Kaitlyn.flederbach@rhin.com

Phone: 317-329-2529                                                             Phone: 317-329-2043