Subjective quality of life after acquired brain injury in adulthood: A systematic review of available evidence-based measures

About the Project

This project currently under progress, aims to synthesise the scholarly literature to provide an evidence-based understanding of subjective quality of life following an acquired brain injury in adulthood, and the range (and robustness) of measurement tools that purport to measure the construct. This systematic review may highlight a knowledge gap or inform future evidence-based clinical practice which in turn could improve the subjective quality of life of adults with acquired brain injury.

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