Professor Barrett Caldwell | Developing Effective Chronic Care for Patients with Traumatic Brain Injury

Oct 4, 2023 | health and medicine

About this episode

An estimated 69 million people worldwide are currently living with traumatic brain injury. Now recognised as a chronic condition, traumatic brain injury can lead to sleep disorders, depression, headaches and an increased risk of suicide. Unfortunately, the human factors involved in recovery remain understudied. Working to address this is Professor Barrett Caldwell, who leads the GROUPER Laboratory at Purdue University. He and his colleagues study the processes and technologies used to manage chronic conditions, to improve care systems for people living with traumatic brain injury. Read More

Original Article Reference

Summary of the papers: ‘Considerations for developing chronic care system for traumatic brain injury based on comparisons of cancer survivorship and diabetes management care’,; ‘Evaluating and designing procedures in safety critical environments: a framework and taxonomy based on a critical review and synthesis’,; and ‘Multi-level, multi-discipline, and temporally-diverse handoffs in traumatic brain injury rehabilitation’,


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