Guidelines for Cognitive Rehabilitation Following Traumatic Brain Injury: Methods, Overview, and Principles

Course Overview


Purchase access to the questionnaire on this open access journal article. You will be required to read the article and answer multiple choice questions related to the article (you must get 70% and above to qualify for the 3 CLINICAL CEUs).  

Objectives of this course:

After completing this activity, the participant will be able to:
  1. Discuss the method used to reach concessions on the recommendations for cognitive rehabilitation.
  2. Discuss the recommendations for assessment of the person with traumatic brain injury (including teleassessment).
  3. Discuss the recommendations for general principles for cognitive rehabilitation (including telerehabilitation).
  4. Discuss the recommendations for pharmacological management for cognition.
  5. Explain the INCOG 2022 algorithm for clinical decision making in cognitive rehabilitation.
  6. Discuss the audit guidelines for priority recommendations in cognitive rehabilitation.
You have until 31st December 2023 to complete this task.




Bayley, Mark Theodore MD, FRCPC; Janzen, Shannon MSc; Harnett, Amber MSc, BSc, BScN; Teasell, Robert MD, FRCPC; Patsakos, Eleni MSc; Marshall, Shawn MD, MSc, FRCPC; Bragge, Peter PhD; Velikonja, Diana PhD, MScCP; Kua, Ailene MSc, PMP; Douglas, Jacinta PhD, MSc(Psych); Togher, Leanne PhD, BAppSc(Speech Path); Ponsford, Jennie PhD, AO, MA(Clinical Neuropsychology); McIntyre, Amanda RN. INCOG 2.0 Guidelines for Cognitive Rehabilitation Following Traumatic Brain Injury: Methods, Overview, and Principles. Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation 38(1):p 7-23, January/February 2023. | DOI: 10.1097/HTR.0000000000000838


Summary of the article

Moderate to serve traumatic brain injury results complex cognitive sequalae. There are many clinical trials in cognitive rehabilitation but the translation of the findings into clinical practice is a challenge. The objective of this paper and those related to this initiative was to reconvene the intentional group of cognitive researchers and clinicians to develop guidelines for cognitive rehabilitation following TBI. These recommendations are presented in this article and reference is made to follow up papers on specific aspects of cognitive rehabilitation.

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Miriam Krawitz
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Interesting article

Articulates guidelines for practitioners.

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