Publication

A Review of Implementation Concepts and Strategies Surrounding Traumatic Brain Injury Clinical Care Guidelines

Citation:
Journal of Neurotrauma. 2021 Dec;38(23):3195-3203. doi: 10.1089/neu.2021.0067. PMID: 34714147.
Authored By:
Angela Lumba-Brown, Eric M. Prager, Nicole Harmon, Michael A. McCrea, Michael J. Bell, Jamshid Ghajar, Scott Pyne, and David X. Cifu
Abstract:
Despite considerable efforts to advance the science surrounding traumatic brain injury (TBI), formal efforts supporting the current and future implementation of scientific findings within clinical practice and healthcare policy are limited. While many and varied guidelines inform the clinical management of TBI across the spectrum, clinicians and healthcare systems are not broadly adopting, implementing, and/or adhering to them. As part of the Brain Trauma Blueprint TBI State of the Science, an expert workgroup was assembled to guide this review article, which describes: (1) possible etiologies of inadequate adoption and implementation; (2) enablers to successful implementation strategies; and (3) strategies to mitigate the barriers to adoption and implementation of future research.
Published in:
Journal of Neurotrauma

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