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Applied Cognition & TBI Task Force

 

Participants identified measurement of applied cognition in rehabilitation settings as a high priority. They noted that it is challenging to select instruments that are feasible for use in clinical settings that are also reliable, valid, and impose a low patient burden. The group discussed how one would select measures of applied cognition for various patient populations. To learn more and get involved, please contact Co-chair, Sonya Kim.

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M-ISIG Applied Cognition & TBI Task Force Meeting

Date: Tuesday, 17 May

Time: 4:00 PM ET

CO-CHAIRS

 

Sonya Kim, PhD, CRC, BCB

Sonya Kim, PhD, CRC, BCB

CO-CHAIR

Research Scientist and Assistant Professor, Department of Neurology & Department of Rehabilitation Medicine
New York University School of Medicine

Marianne Mortera, PhD, OTR/L

Marianne Mortera, PhD, OTR/L

CO-CHAIR

Visiting Assistant Professor
New York University
NYU Steinhardt
Department of Occupational Therapy

PAST CHAIRS

  • Patricia Heyn, PhD, FGSA, FACRM

2020 – 2021 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

  • Pharmacological interventions for reducing intracranial pressure after traumatic brain injury: An overview of systematic reviews with randomized controlled trials.
  • Data extraction and analyses/syntheses completed
  • Publication: Kim et al. (2019). Overview of pharmacological interventions after traumatic brain injuries: impact on selected outcomes. Brain Injury, 33 (4), 442-455. Epub 2019 Jan 29.

 

2021 – 2022 PLANS & PROJECTS

  • Pharmacological interventions for reducing intracranial pressure after traumatic brain injury: An overview of systematic reviews with randomized controlled trials. Manuscript is currently in progress for submission to a peer reviewed journal.
  • Examination of the study quality of systematic reviews with only RCTs of pharmacological interventions in TBI, through the use of the AMSTAR 2 rating scale.
  • ACRM Conference symposium or poster presentation