On a clear night in February 2017, Steve McConnell stepped onto a friend’s San Francisco rooftop to admire the city skyline. From his Nob Hill perch, the gregarious 31-year-old attorney might have seen the glimmering lights of the Golden Gate Bridge or the sharp angles of the Transamerica Pyramid. He might have reveled in the sense of perspective bestowed by his bird’s-eye view.
An original TRACK-TBI investigation shows that being discharged from a hospital or trauma center after receiving treatment for a TBI does not always mean that a patient is fully recovered. A nationwide study lead by clinicians and scientists at UCSF and University of Southern California, show that more than half of TBI patients do not receive the follow up care they need. <<Read More>>
Read more about the TED Initiative and research supporting a lifetime of brain injury on the U.S. Army website as part of Brain Injury Awareness month.
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