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 will present 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 will end with a panel discussion with lived experience experts joining the team to offer their perspectives on fatigue and research outcomes.

Please see the below flyer for more information. 

Click here to join this event live on May 22, 2024. 

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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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