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Title: Interdisciplinary Research in Rehabilitation and Traumatic Brain Injury : New Theoretical and Clinical Perspectives
Authors: Kehayia, Eva
Forget, Robert
Issue Date: 2005-08
Publisher: Centre de recherche interdisciplinaire en réadaptation du Montréal métropolitain
Series/Report no.: Les publications du CRIR;Volume 2 (En)
Abstract: The aim of the Centre of Interdisciplinary Research in Rehabilitation of the Greater Montreal (CRIR) is to develop and refine, through its research activities, the scientific basis and knowledge required to guide effective and efficient rehabilitation interventions. The inverse is equally true, since, from issues encountered in the rehabilitation institutions, clinical practice guides the direction of scientific activities. Other goals of the CRIR are to strengthen partnerships between the universities and the clinical community, to build a succession of future researchers through the graduate study programs and scientific activities it organizes, and to develop a research culture in the rehabilitation institutions. When the first volume of the Publications du CRIR was launched just over a year ago, the Publishing Committee made a commitment to publish a second volume on the theme of traumatic brain injury (TBI). This issue currently provides very fertile ground for research and reflection among the members of our research centre. Moreover, we must not forget that this type of trauma causes high morbidity in Canada and Quebec. Progress in advanced medical technologies and the speed of emergency response have raised the life expectancies of these individuals, and have clearly made a significant impact on them and their families in the short, medium and long term. One year later, this second volume is an indicator of our efforts to respond, as well as possible, to the needs of those affected by TBI and their families. This volume is intended to disseminate the research and clinical studies on TBI that have been conducted under the auspices of the CRIR. Throughout the writing of this book, our hope was that it would bring together the interests of the diverse health care professional in the rehabilitation community, including the researchers and their students, all those who care for individuals who have sustained a TBI, the managers of the rehabilitation institutions, and the trauma victims themselves, along with their families.
Description: Message from the Scientific Directors ; Introduction ; SECTION ONE : Moderate to severe traumatic brain injury PART I : Current state of knowledge - 1. Visual information processing in adults with traumatic brain injury, by Julie Lachapelle, Alain Ptito and Michelle McKerral. 2. The long-term impact of traumatic brain injury on the family, by Hélène Lefebvre, Diane Pelchat, Isabelle Gélinas, Bernard Michallet and Marie-Josée Levert ; PART II : Intervention - 1. Psychoanalytic psychotherapy following traumatic brain injury: A clinical case, by Jean R. Gagnon. 2. Traumatic brain injury and psychoactive substance abuse, by Monique Désilets, Hélène Lefebvre and Pauline Morissette. 3. Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo and traumatic brain injury: Specific evaluation and treatment, by Alain Godbout ; PART III : Contemporary perspectives - 1. The need for clinical practice guidelines in cognitive rehabilitation by Claude Paquette. 2. Clinicians, managers, and researchers: Joining forces to measure quality in rehabilitation services by Bonnie Swaine, Carolina Bottari, François Crépeau, Louise Demers, Monique Désilets, Elisabeth Dutil and Felicia Guarna. SECTION TWO Mild traumatic brain injury ; PART I : Current state of knowledge - 1. Identifying the sequelae of mild traumatic brain injury in children by Isabelle Gagnon, Robert Forget, Bonnie Swaine and Debbie Friedman. 2. Premorbidity and mild traumatic brain injury in adults, by Pierre Nolin, Johanne Bernier, Jennifer Mawn, Nathalie Boutin and Myriam Lanctôt.PART II : Intervention - 1. Intervention based on the multifactorial nature of MTBI, by Fanny Guérin, Aysha Dominique, Geneviève Léveillée, Stephan Kennepohl, Wormser Honoré, Nicole Brière and Michelle McKerral ; 2. Psychological intervention after mild traumatic brain injury: The use of resilience as a conceptual framework, by Frédéric Banville and Laurence Majaron ; Acknowledgements ; List of Institutions ; List of Abbreviations
URI: https://depot.erudit.org/id/002982dd
ISBN: 2-9808464-2-2
Appears in Collections:Les publications du CRIR

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