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A Collaborative National Information Center on Outcome Measurement in Brain Injury

In order to better serve the rehabilitation community, the Center on Outcome Measurement in Brain Injury (COMBI) website and newsletter are proposed. The COMBI provides information on measures in a format that is easily accessed and understood, free of charge, objective, and comprehensive. Each measure will have online syllabi, training and testing materials (including the measure's rating form), information on scale properties, a reference listing of published studies using the measure, and a section for "Frequently Asked Questions."

Registry Project Number: 147
Lead Investigator: Bushnik, T
Lead Center for Project: Santa Clara Valley Medical Center
Collaborating Investigators: Wright, J, Mellick, D, Harrison-Felix, C, Boake, C, Sander, A, Malec, J, Sherer, M, Thompson, R, Novack, T, Dijkers, M, Bogner, J, Corrigan, J, Hammond, F, Kreutzer, J, Marwitz, J, Millis, S, O'Neil-Pirozzi, T
Collaborating Institutions: Craig Hospital, The Institute for Rehabilitation and Research, Mayo Medical Center, Methodist Rehabilitation Center, University of Alabama, Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan, Ohio State University, Carolinas Rehabilitation, Virginia Commonwealth University/Medical College of Virginia, Moss Rehabilitation Research Institute, Kessler Medical Rehabilitation Research and Education Corporation, Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital, Mount Sinai School of Medicine
Expected Completion: 12/31/2007
Type: National
Status of Project: Latest Information Shown

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