Increasing the use of intervention research evidence in acquired brain injury rehabilitation [ 2016 - 2018 ]

Research Grant

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Brief description Acquired brain injury (ABI) is a major public health issue in Australia, being the leading cause of disability. There is a benefit in clinicians implementing the best available evidence in order to attain best possible outcome after ABI. However, there are persistent gaps between research and clinical practice. This project will synthesise the existing clinical practice guidelines and understand barriers to practicing evidence-based rehabilitation so as to propose a new model of rehabilitation.

Funding Amount $AUD 110,435.66

Funding Scheme Postgraduate Scholarships

Notes Public Health Postgraduate Scholarship

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