Hopkins Hour - Navigating the fog: the fatigue experience and management after traumatic brain injury

Fatigue after traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a multifaceted issue that has significant impact on the daily lives of people with TBI and their key support people. In this Hopkins Hour, a team of Hopkins researchers and Metro South clinician-researchers presented findings from two studies:

  • A scoping review of interventions for fatigue, and
  • A longitudinal mixed methods study about fatigue, from the perspective of people with ABI and their key support people.

The session ended with a dynamic panel discussion, with lived experience experts joining the call to offer their perspectives and questions about fatigue.

Please see the below flyer for more information. 

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Hopkins Hour flyer, with the title "Hopkins Hour Research Series" at the top in bold black and turquoise lettering, other information below in black text and the Hopkins Centre logos + partner organisation logos at the bottom of the page.



Tags: Hopkins Hour, Program 2, Enabling Technologies And Environments, Fatigue, Fog

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