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Collection of Published NABIS Abstracts

NABIS is a society comprised of professional members involved in the care or issues surrounding brain injury. The principal mission of the organization is moving brain injury science into practice. Whether it is in the area of clinical care, research, policy or litigation, the organization stands behind the premise that advances in science and practices based on application of the scientific evidence will ultimately provide the best outcomes for those with brain injuries and the community as a whole. In the spirit of our mission, starting in 2010,

NABIS offered the opportunity for submittees to have their abstracts peer-reviewed, for our annual NABIS Conferences, and then published in the Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation.  Additionally, the authors had the chance to submit an expanded version of the abstract through the submission of a full paper, which was internally and externally peer-reviewed and subsequently published on our website.    

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Atypical Presentation of Catatonia in a 20-year-old Male with a Traumatic Brain Injury: A Case Study

 

Comparison of Selected Outcomes for JPS Traumatic Brain Injury Resulting from Fall Patients with Intracranial Hemorrhage (<1 centimeter) Managed by JPS trauma Surgeon or Neurosurgeon

 

Conflict Free Case Management, a Model for Quality and Cost Effectiveness The Challenges of Long Term Brain Injury Rehabilitation in a Rural Southeastern State Experiencing Prolonged Financial Distress

 

Decreasing Non-Aggressive Touching Behaviors in Persons with Acquired Brain Injury using Reinforcement Interruption with Contingent Activity

 

Helmet-Head Interactions under Ballistic Impacts - A Study on the Effects of Padding

 

Olfactory Dysfunction After Minor Head Trauma

 

Policy Recommendations to Double Employment of Minnesotans with Brain Injury

 

Simulation of Mechanical Properties of the Brain Matter under Impact and Creep-Recovery Tests

 

Theoretical Foundations: Developing a System of Services for Students with Brain Injury

 

The Relation between Glasgow Coma Score and Blood Superoxide Dismutase Activity in Patients with Traumatic Brain Injury