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Education on the consequences of traumatic brain injury for children and adolescents with TBI and families/caregivers: a systematic scoping review.

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Pappadis, MR; Lundine, JP; Kajankova, M; Hreha, KP; Doria, N; Cai, XC; Flanagan, JE
Published in: Brain Inj
January 2, 2023

OBJECTIVE(S): To examine the breadth of education or training on the consequences of traumatic brain injury (TBI) for children and adolescents with TBI and their families/caregivers. METHODS: Systematic scoping review of literature published through July 2018 using eight databases and education, training, instruction, and pediatric search terms. Only studies including pediatric participants (age <18) with TBI or their families/caregivers were included. Six independent reviewers worked in pairs to review abstracts and full-text articles independently, and abstracted data using a REDCap database. RESULTS: Forty-two unique studies were included in the review. Based on TBI injury severity, 24 studies included persons with mild TBI (mTBI) and 18 studies focused on moderate/severe TBI. Six studies targeted the education or training provided to children or adolescents with TBI. TBI education was provided primarily in the emergency department or outpatient/community setting. Most studies described TBI education as the main topic of the study or intervention. Educational topics varied, such as managing TBI-related symptoms and behaviors, when to seek care, family issues, and returning to work, school, or play. CONCLUSIONS: The results of this scoping review may guide future research and intervention development to promote the recovery of children and adolescents with TBI.

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Brain Inj

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1362-301X

Publication Date

January 2, 2023

Volume

37

Issue

1

Start / End Page

1 / 23

Location

England

Related Subject Headings

  • Schools
  • Rehabilitation
  • Humans
  • Child
  • Caregivers
  • Brain Injuries, Traumatic
  • Brain Concussion
  • Adolescent
  • 5203 Clinical and health psychology
  • 4201 Allied health and rehabilitation science
 

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Pappadis, M. R., Lundine, J. P., Kajankova, M., Hreha, K. P., Doria, N., Cai, X. C., & Flanagan, J. E. (2023). Education on the consequences of traumatic brain injury for children and adolescents with TBI and families/caregivers: a systematic scoping review. Brain Inj, 37(1), 1–23. https://doi.org/10.1080/02699052.2022.2145357
Pappadis, Monique R., Jennifer P. Lundine, Maria Kajankova, Kimberly P. Hreha, Nancy Doria, Xinsheng Cindy Cai, and Joanne E. Flanagan. “Education on the consequences of traumatic brain injury for children and adolescents with TBI and families/caregivers: a systematic scoping review.Brain Inj 37, no. 1 (January 2, 2023): 1–23. https://doi.org/10.1080/02699052.2022.2145357.
Pappadis MR, Lundine JP, Kajankova M, Hreha KP, Doria N, Cai XC, et al. Education on the consequences of traumatic brain injury for children and adolescents with TBI and families/caregivers: a systematic scoping review. Brain Inj. 2023 Jan 2;37(1):1–23.
Pappadis, Monique R., et al. “Education on the consequences of traumatic brain injury for children and adolescents with TBI and families/caregivers: a systematic scoping review.Brain Inj, vol. 37, no. 1, Jan. 2023, pp. 1–23. Pubmed, doi:10.1080/02699052.2022.2145357.
Pappadis MR, Lundine JP, Kajankova M, Hreha KP, Doria N, Cai XC, Flanagan JE. Education on the consequences of traumatic brain injury for children and adolescents with TBI and families/caregivers: a systematic scoping review. Brain Inj. 2023 Jan 2;37(1):1–23.

Published In

Brain Inj

DOI

EISSN

1362-301X

Publication Date

January 2, 2023

Volume

37

Issue

1

Start / End Page

1 / 23

Location

England

Related Subject Headings

  • Schools
  • Rehabilitation
  • Humans
  • Child
  • Caregivers
  • Brain Injuries, Traumatic
  • Brain Concussion
  • Adolescent
  • 5203 Clinical and health psychology
  • 4201 Allied health and rehabilitation science