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Long term support following mild Traumatic Brain Injury: Investigating the gaps in service provision

Wed 21 Nov 2018

The School of Psychology at University of Plymouth are looking for adults who have experienced a significant knock to the head to complete an online survey of their experiences.

We are looking for people who have had injuries ranging from very mild (e.g. no loss of consciousness or concussion symptoms) through to a loss of consciousness for up to 30 minutes.

The finding from this survey will be used to better understand the long-term effects and support needs following mild head injuries. If you fit this category please take time to complete this 30 minute online survey:


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