New Frontiers in Pediatric Traumatic Brain Injury provides an evidence base for clinical practice specific to traumatic brain injury (TBI) sustained during childhood, with a focus on functional outcomes. It utilizes a biological-psychosocial conceptual framework consistent with the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health, which highlights that biological, psychological, and social factors all play a role in disease and children’s recovery from acquired brain injury. With its clinical perspective, it incorporates current and past research and evidence regarding advances that have occurred in outcomes, predictors, medical technology, and rehabilitation post-TBI.
This book is great resource for established and new clinicians and researchers, graduate students, and postdoctoral fellows who work in the field of pediatric TBI, including psychologists, neuropsychologists, pediatricians, and psychiatrists.
All neuropsychologists working with brain injured children should read this book. It is helpful, informative, interesting and often fascinating. There is a wealth of information contained in its pages, including the important and rarely addressed issue of the evolution of the brain injured child into adulthood.
– Barbara A. Wilson, founder of the Oliver Zangwill Centre for Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, Ely, United Kingdom
This volume provides an essential update of advancements in understanding the outcomes, predictors, and needs of children with traumatic brain injuries. Written by key authorities in the field, it is a must-have resource for professionals who serve this special population.
– H. Gerry Taylor, Ph.D., ABPP/CN, Professor of Pediatrics, Psychiatry, and Psychological Sciences at Case Western Reserve University and Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital, University Hospitals Case Medical Center, Cleveland, Ohio, USA
1. Introduction. I: Prevention, Prevalence and Mechanisms in Pediatric TBI. 2. Epidemiology of Pediatric TBI. 3. Pathophysiology of Pediatric TBI. II: Clinical Guidelines and Management, Assessment, Rehabilitation And Intervention. 4. Management and Guidelines. 5. Assessment of Pediatric TBI. 6. Rehabilitation / Intervention of Pediatric TBI. III: Evidence Base-Outcomes and Predictors Following Pediatric TBI. 7. Outcomes from Childhood To Adulthood. 8. Clinical Case Studies. 9. Translational Practices and Conclusions.
The AACN/Routledge Continuing Education Series publishes authored and edited volumes containing a blend of cutting-edge primary research and practical/professional material for clinicians, researchers, and students of clinical neuropsychology and clinical psychology.
Each volume is written or edited by leading scholars in the field and is specifically designed to assist readers in advancing their relevant research or professional activities in clinical neuropsychology.
Volumes in this series have been selected because they provide one or more of the following:
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