Improving recovery
for people experiencing traumatic brain injuries

Nearly 1/3 of people have experienced at least one traumatic brain injury by age 25. Almost half go on to experience long-term problems. The TBI Network aims to support better health and wellbeing for people with traumatic brain injuries by uniting people, services and research to discover how to optimise recovery.

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Research projects

Learn about our current research and recent media coverage.

Our research
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Are you a postgrad student? Find out how we can support your TBI studies.

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How to get support

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Find support and services for people experiencing traumatic brain injury.

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TBIN Events
TBIN Events
TBIN Events
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Fund-raising for a brain health centre in NZ

AUT is fund raising for a brain health centre in NZ so we can provide a clinical service-research-education-activation approach to brain health for current and retired rugby players that provides collaborative injury prevention, recovery and care. If you would like to help please contact Prof Alice Theadom or Prof Patria Hume

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Brain Injury Screening Tool

The Brain Injury Screening Tool helps practitioners assess and manage suspected TBI during clinical consultation, and takes just 6 minutes to complete. Download BIST now, and learn more about how and when to use it.

About BIST

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Watch our latest public forum

Watch the recording of our latest public forum to learn about our work and hear the team answer questions from the community.

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Workshop summary: Rehab Outcome Measurement

The TBI Network, ACC and the NRPG held a workshop on Rehabilitation Outcome Measurement in November 2020. Learn about what took place and what will happen next.

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