Just in time for the summer holidays, The Neurotrauma Evidence Translation (NET) Program has finished the the final stage of the Changing Practice Theme: Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (mTBI) in the Emergency Department. This cluster randomised trial reviewed the implementation of evidence in ED management of mTBI.
This has been a five year project with an incredible team, and we are looking forward to reading the research outcomes. Research Path were engaged mid 2013 to build the custom data management and study coordination application. Recruitment started in February 2014 and the final patient follow up interviews have just been conducted.
Research translation is an exciting and important field and we look forward to being involved in similar studies in the future.
We’re wishing all the best to the NET team for the data analysis and publication phase. First publications are anticipated early 2017 and we will provide updates once they are released.
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