General Brain Injury Information Resources for Professionals

A Manual for the Glasgow Outcome Scale – Extended Interview

The Manual includes the general principles of assessment, advice on administering each section of the GOSE interview, and guidance on ‘‘borderline’’ and ‘‘difficult’’ cases.

Credible History Interview of a Person with Brain Injury for Families & Professionals

This interview form provides guiding questions about the history of a person with a brain injury. It can be used by family to collect information for a healthcare visit, or used by professionals to record important medical history of a person with BI.

Getting the Most Out of Your Telehealth Visits

Telehealth is not perfect but, with a little bit of preparation, telehealth visits can be successful. This information will help you prepare for a telehealth appointment.

Screening for Brain Injury

Brain injury screening tools that can be implemented by clinicians and professionals to better understand a patient’s situation.

Updated Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Guideline for Adults

This Guideline is based on the 2008 Mild TBI Clinical Policy for adults. To help improve diagnosis, treatment, and outcomes for patients with mild TBI, it is critical that you become familiar with this guideline. The guideline is especially important for clinicians working in hospital-based emergency care.

When Your Patient is Living with Brain Injury

A tip card for physicians treating individuals living with chronic brain injury sequelae.

Working with Individuals with Brain Injury – A Professional’s Guide

Brain injury can be difficult to diagnose, but knowing how to identify and work with an individual who has sustained a brain injury can lead to a more productive relationship with them. This tip sheet is intended to offer information on screening for possible brain injury and provide strategies for engaging an individual in an appropriate plan of care.