Neurotrauma (Spinal Cord Injury or Acquired Brain Injury) can impact on a person's health and wellbeing long after the initial injury occurs. ISCRR research teams are dedicated to reducing this impact by identifying evidence-based solutions that can be applied either during the acute care stage, or as part of ongoing injury management.
Outcomes After Traumatic Brain Injury
How does severe Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) affect the lives injured individuals and their families? And do any external factors influence the extent of this impact? To answer these questions, this team has been following a group of individuals with TBI for almost 20 years.
Global TBI Research (Oz-Enter)
An international research project is hoping to identify best practice in relation to Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) by examining a range of practices across 21 countries. OzEnter is Australia's contribution to this research.
Nutrition After SCI
This research team is evaluating how we measure nutrition after Spinal Cord Injury (SCI), to ensure that patients are being accurately assessed, and that their nutritional needs are being met.
SCI Secondary Complications - Data Linkage Project
Patients with Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) often face secondary complications that can impact on their care and claim management. This study uses data to learn more about how and why these complications occur.