Call for participation: A Canadian survey of services for children and adolescents with cognitive difficulties as a result of an acquired brain injury

 

This study is now closed, and is no longer seeking participants.

 

 

This is a guest post from Jennifer Long.  Jennifer is a Psychology Resident at the Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO).

 

Researchers at the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO) would like to invite you to participate in a research study aimed at learning more about the services provided at health centres across Canada to help children and adolescents with cognitive difficulties as a result of an acquired brain injury. We are looking for individuals within your centre who would be knowledgeable about these services to complete an online survey. Ideally these would be individuals who are involved in providing these services. The survey asks about the types of services provided by you and/or your centre to children and adolescents with cognitive difficulties as a result of an acquired brain injury. This survey will take approximately 10 minutes to complete.

 

Information collected from this study will help to identify the current services provided across Canada to children and adolescents with acquired brain injuries. This knowledge may lead to better service provision. In addition, this knowledge may provide a basis for further discussion regarding the services and needs in paediatric brain injury populations including the benefits of conducting further research in this area.

 

To learn more about this study or if you would like to participate, please click here see the attached document.

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