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There is currently insufficient evidence either to support or refute the use of case management services to improve community integration of people with a traumatic brain injury

Prepared by:

Anna Castle-Burton
Kareena Henry

Date:

20 August 2002

Review Date:

20 August 2004

Clinical Question:

Does case management improve community integration of people with a traumatic brain injury?

Clinical Scenario:

Case management services are frequently recommended for clients following a traumatic brain injury, specifically to assist in community integration. What is the effectiveness of this intervention in assisting clients with their community integration

Clinical Bottom Line:

There is insufficient evidence either to support or refute the provision of case management services, to improve the community integration of clients with a traumatic brain injury.

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