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1. Citation: Mani, K., Cater, B., & Hudlikar, A. (2017). Cognition and return to work after mild/moderate traumatic brain injury: A systematic review. Work: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment, and Rehabilitation, 58(1), 51-62.
Keywords: Brain injuries, cognition, community integration, employment reentry, intervention, literature reviews, outcomes, rehabilitation services
Abstract: This systematic review synthesized evidence to examine the relationship between cognition and return to work (RTW) after mild or moderate traumatic brain injury (TBI). The underlying objective was to determine whether cognitive rehabilitation interventions facilitate RTW following TBI. Databases and journals were searched to identify relevant research. To synthesize the latest evidence, only articles published in English between 2000 and 2015 were selected for review. Thirty studies met the inclusion criteria. Ten studies highlighted cognition as a predictor variable, seven studies demonstrated support for cognitive testing in RTW assessments, and 13 studies showed the efficacy of cognitive rehabilitation in facilitating RTW post TBI. Findings indicate that cognition plays a significant role in predicting and facilitating RTW in patients with TBI.
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Record Updated:2018-10-31

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