Motor Learning and Sleep in TBI

The purpose of this research is to learn how sleep can help Improve the ability to learn a movement-related task in people who have had a traumatic brain injury.


The study will be completed in 3 parts. During the 1st part of the study, participants are instructed to complete a movement-related


Problem-Solving Training for Care Partners of Adults with TBI

The purpose of this project is to determine whether providing problem-solving training can reduce caregiver burden and improve coping skills and mood in care partners of adults with TBI who have been admitted into the hospital. Participants will complete questionnaires about coping skills and


Nurse’s Corner: Stay in the Know About H2O

By Daryl Blewett, MSN, RN, CRRN, and Bonnie Tillman, BSN, RN, CRRN




Often, we do not think about water until we feel like we ran a marathon and have an unquenchable thirst. What happens next? We chug a few glasses of water as if it’s the last time we may ever see water again.



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Improving Medication Self-Administration and Health after Brain Injury

The purpose of this research study is to assess medication self-administration and the impact of three different interventions on improving medication adherence (the ability to take correct doses at the right time of the day for each medication prescribed). The findings for this study may help


Effects of Metacognition

This study examines a treatment to improve metacognition (your ability to think about your own thinking) in TBI.