Construct validation of the hospital anxiety and depression scale with clinical populations. NeuroRehabilitation, 15(1), 49-56. (1999). Long-term recovery course after traumatic brain injury: a comparison of the functional independence measure and disability rating scale. Vitaliano, P. P., Russo, J., Young, H. M., Teri, L., & Maiuro, R. D. (1991). Low rates of endorsement might indicate that these items are not meaningful discriminators for the head injury population. SASNOS – The St. Andrews-Swansea Neurobehavioural Outcome Scale (SASNOS) looks at some of the difficulties that people with acquired brain injury may experience. Admission balance and outcomes of patients admitted for acute inpatient rehabilitation. Acta Neurochir (Wien), 34(1-4), 45-55. The GOS and GOSE can be accessed for no cost at Journal of Personality Assessment, 70(2), 340-354. Corrigan, J. D., Smith-Knapp, K., & Granger, C. V. (1997). While other assessments have been developed to provide a more comprehensive evaluation of brainstem responses, the resulting tools are substantially more complex than the GCS (Sternbach, 2000). An inter-rater reliability study of the Functional Assessment Measure (FIM+FAM). (1996). Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Assessment Tools Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI) of varying severity may result in a wide range of symptoms in the injured person. Personal information is processed in accordance with our website, Brain Injury Independence and Emotional Scale, which measures independent living skills, The St. Andrews-Swansea Neurobehavioural Outcome Scale (SASNOS) looks at some of the difficulties that people with acquired brain injury may experience. Quality of life after traumatic brain injury: the clinical use of the QOLIBRI, a novel disease-specific instrument. Clinical Rehabilitation, 13(4), 277-287. Life satisfaction may be defined as a conscious, cognitive, global judgement of one’s own life. Age Ageing, 31(6), 451-456. The Galveston Orientation and Amnesia test (GOAT) was intended to evaluate orientation to time, place and person and to provide an estimation of the intervals prior to and following a brain injury for which there is no recall (Levin et al., 1979). Reliability of ratings on the Glasgow Outcome Scales from in-person and telephone structured interviews. This results in a loss of information and low sensitivity (Teasdale et al., 1998). “Mini-mental state”. The Boston Assessment of Traumatic Brain Injury-Lifetime (BAT-L) has become a gold standard for assessing mild TBI specific to Veterans. Weinberger et al. Postgraduate Medicine, 91(8), 261-264, 267-268. Social Indicators Research, 54(1), 1-16. Oppenheim, J. S., & Camins, M. B. The additional six, unscored items are intended to identify the presence of other factors that may be contributing to the individual’s current status (Malec & Lezak, 2003). Review of the Satisfaction with Life Scale. Validation of a neurobehavioral functioning inventory for adults with traumatic brain injury. The GOS is the most widely used and accepted measure of outcome following head injury (Wade, 1992). It is comprised of 36 items drawn from the original 245 items generated by that study (McHorney et al., 1993; Ware & Sherbourne, 1992). Injuries may be primary, due to impact, and secondary, due to inciting events, such as edema, seizures, and increased intracranial pressure (ICP). Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry, 49(5), 549-553. Reliability of postal questionnaires for the Glasgow Outcome Scale. The Berg Balance Scale (BBS) provides a quantitative assessment of balance in older adults (Berg et al., 1989). Berg, K. O., Maki, B. E., Williams, J. I., Holliday, P. J., & Wood-Dauphinee, S. L. (1992a). (2003) demonstrated that the ability of the GCS score to predict survival was derived mostly from the motor response category. Emanuelson, I., Andersson Holmkvist, E., Bjorklund, R., & Stalhammar, D. (2003). The psychosocial/cognitive FIM+FAM does not correlate well with measures of handicap, such as the LHS or as strongly as one might expect with the mental component summary of the MOS SF36 (Hobart et al., 2001). When using the ½ point scoring option, the DRS does appear to be sensitive to change between discharge and one-year and even 5-year follow-ups. Oczkowski, W. J., & Barreca, S. (1993). Use of the FIM+FAM still requires the use of trained raters who ideally complete ratings after a period of observation and contribute to a team consensus process (Hobart et al., 2001). Is early prediction of outcome in severe head injury possible? Pierre, U., Wood-Dauphinee, S., Korner-Bitensky, N., Gayton, D., & Hanley, J. Bogle Thorbahn, L. D., & Newton, R. A. Brazier, J. E., Walters, S. J., Nicholl, J. P., & Kohler, B. 2013;32(1):95-102. doi: 10.3233/NRE-130826. Factor analyses were used to identify three factors including life satisfaction, negative affect and positive affect. The scale can be accessed and downloaded for free from www.saintalphonsus.org/documents/boise/sleep-Fatigue-Severity-Scale.pdf. Functional measures across neurologic disease states: analysis of factors in common. McCauley, S. R., Hannay, H. J., & Swank, P. R. (2001). Does balance or motor impairment of limbs discriminate the ambulatory status of stroke survivors? The information available in the literature with regard to the reliability, validity or practical application of this scale is extremely limited and arises from the original authors only. Archives of Surgery, 126(10), 1237-1241. Other items, such as initiation, social contact and leisure skills/recreation were assigned to more than one index suggesting significant overlap between the subscales of adjustment and participation. Langfitt, T. W., & Gennarelli, T. A. Additional training together with more explicit definitions and/or content modification of the most abstract items could assist raters in the provision of reliable evaluations (Alcott et al., 1997; McPherson et al., 1996). Dawkins, N., Cloherty, M. E., Gracey, F., & Evans, J. J. Predictive value of Glasgow Coma Scale after brain trauma: change in trend over the past ten years. The CIQ has become one of the most widely used tools in the assessment of community integration for people who have experienced TBI. Walters et al. Hagen, C. (1982). (1992). Standards for evaluation of rigor were adapted from McDowell and Newell (1996) and Andresen (2000) (Table 17.3). Daving, Y., Andren, E., Nordholm, L., & Grimby, G. (2001). Predicting the probability for falls in community-dwelling older adults. Brooks, D. N., Hosie, J., Bond, M. R., Jennett, B., & Aughton, M. (1986). (2000)reported significant differences in mortality outcomes between 4 of 11 scores with multiple permutations demonstrating that individuals with the same GCS scores in varying permutations can have significantly different risks for mortality. Physical Therapy, 64(9), 1357-1360. Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 2(1), 57-69. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 78(8), 828-834. Some of these problems result from a direct impact to a particular portion of the skull or brain: a skull fracture occurs when the bone of the skull cracks or breaks, and in a depressed skull fracture pieces of broken skull press into the brain. Bjelland, I., Dahl, A. Measuring Balance and Mobility after Traumatic Brain Injury: Validation of the Community Balance and Mobility Scale (CB&M). The FSS scale is a self-report scale that is easy to administer and can be completed quickly with minimal effort (Burger et al., 2010; LaChapelle & Finlayson, 1998). It is not an assessment based on externally imposed objective standards, but rather depends upon a comparison of one’s life circumstances to one’s own internal standards or criteria (Diener et al., 1985; W.  Pavot & E. Diener, 1993; Pavot et al., 1991). A score of 23 out of 24 is the generally accepted cut-off point indicating the presence of cognitive impairment (Dick et al., 1984). Current Opinion in Neurology and Neurosurgery, 5(5), 682-686. Limitations of the SF-36 in a sample of nursing home residents. Donaghy, S., & Wass, P. J. A randomised controlled trial of botulinum toxin on lower limb spasticity following acute acquired severe brain injury. Dromerick, A. W., Edwards, D. F., & Diringer, M. N. (2003). In addition, GOS outcome categories are often expressed as a dichotomy: poor or unfavourable outcome versus independence or favourable outcome. Pavot, W., & Diener, E. (1993b). Revista Brasileira de Psiquiatria, 36(3), 206-212. Armutlu, K., Korkmaz, N. C., Keser, I., Sumbuloglu, V., Akbiyik, D. I., Guney, Z., & Karabudak, R. (2007). This initial assessment is used to determine what sort of support an individual needs. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 7(4), 457-467. (1999). Measurement in neurological rehabilitation. British Journal of Psychiatry, 179, 540-544. Roccaforte, W. H., Burke, W. J., Bayer, B. L., & Wengel, S. P. (1992). (1989). Brain Injury, 15(6), 489-497. A patient-oriented health status measure in outpatient rehabilitation. Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 2(3), 64-73. Bogner, J. Folstein vs modified Mini-Mental State Examination in geriatric stroke. Length of time and amount of training required to arrive at a consensus score, as recommended by the developers of the FIM, may have significant implications for the practical application of the FIM in clinical practice. Cavanagh, S. J., Hogan, K., Gordon, V., & Fairfax, J. In general, when compared to the reference populations with ABI, total T-scores less than 30 are indicative of good outcome, 30-40 of mild limitations, 40-50 of mild to moderate limitations, 50-60 of moderate to severe difficulties, and>60 of severe limitations (Malec & Lezak, 2003). Are generally more familiar and acceptable to clients 4. The MMSE consists of 11 simple questions or tasks. A., Corrigan, J. D., Bode, R. K., & Heinemann, A. W. (2000). Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 77(2), 116-124. Under the current definitions provided by the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (WHO, 2001), CIQ items may reflect activities more than participation (Kuipers et al., 2004). (1996). (2001). Rehabilitation Psychology, 48(1), 14-22. Reliability of nurses’ neurological assessments in the cardiothoracic surgical intensive care unit. Feld, J. Are health-related quality-of-life measures affected by the mode of administration? You have been redirected to this site because New Bridges is now called accomplish. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, 49(2), 135-140. Part II: measurement tools for a nationwide data system. Establishing a national traumatic brain injury information system based upon a unified data set. The BBS measures a number of different aspects of balance, both static and dynamic, and does so with relatively little equipment or space required (Nakamura et al., 1999; Whitney et al., 1998; Zwick et al., 2000). Generally take less time to complete than a cognitive screening test. In addition, Glasgow Coma scores can be obtained from the DRS (Hall, 1997). Psychology and aging, 6(3), 392. von Steinbuchel, N., Wilson, L., Gibbons, H., Hawthorne, G., Hofer, S., Schmidt, S., Bullinger, M., Maas, A., Neugebauer, E., Powell, J., von Wild, K., Zitnay, G., Bakx, W., Christensen, A. L., Koskinen, S., Sarajuuri, J., Formisano, R., Sasse, N., & Truelle, J. L. (2010). Arrindell, W. A., Heesink, J., & Feij, J. The SWLS was not intended to provide an assessment of subjective well-being (SWB), only a single aspect of well-being. Unfortunately, patients who have been intubated or sedated, those with paralysis or facial swelling, patients with hypotension, hypoxia, alcohol or illicit drug intoxication may not be able to provide responses to all categories of GCS items for reasons unrelated to head trauma (Demetriades et al., 2004; Oppenheim & Camins, 1992; Rutledge et al., 1996). Physical and social functioning after stroke: comparison of the Stroke Impact Scale and Short Form-36. Whelan-Goodinson, R., Ponsford, J., & Schonberger, M. (2009). Health Services Research, 32(3), 367-384. The MMSE has been evaluated for use among a variety of neurological populations. Psychological Reports, 92(2), 551-554. The scale is free of cost and readily available at www.tbims.org/combi/abs/abs.pdf. In an assessment of the factor structure and validity of the CIQ, Sander et al. A., Felmingham, K. L., Baguley, I. J., Schotte, D. E., Crooks, J., & Marosszeky, J. E. (1999). Stroke, 25(12), 2391-2397. While the single, global score may be a convenient way to summarize data, the use of a global score may result in a loss of information that adversely affects the predictive accuracy of the GCS (Healey et al., 2003; Teasdale et al., 1983; Teoh et al., 2000). Agrell, B., & Dehlin, O. Outcomes in the first 5 years after traumatic brain injury. Brock, K. A., Goldie, P. A., & Greenwood, K. M. (2002). According to Levy et al. Sander, A. M., Fuchs, K. L., High, W. M., Jr., Hall, K. M., Kreutzer, J. S., & Rosenthal, M. (1999). Evaluation of proxy responses to the Stroke Impact Scale. Reductions in functional balance, coordination, and mobility measures among patients with stable chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 81(8), 1007-1015. American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 81(9), 639-644. Measuring health: a guide to rating scales and questionnaires. Journal of Neurotrauma, 15(8), 587-597. The second was a consensus agreement among a panel of experts as to which tools are most important. Burger, H., Franchignoni, F., Puzic, N., & Giordano, A. Subscale scores for the physical and cognitive domains may also be used and may yield more useful information than combining them into a single FIM score (Linacre et al., 1994). Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 79(3), 298-305. The SF-36 does not lend itself to the generation of an overall summary score. The scale is short and simple to administer and score. Outcome measures for traumatic brain injury. A short screening instrument for poststroke dementia : the R-CAMCOG. NeuroRehabilitation, 5(3), 205-210. (2001)found the HADS scale possessed good “psychometric properties in terms of factor structure, intercorrelation, homogeneity and internal consistency” (p 543). The test yields a total score of 30 and provides a picture of a subject’s present cognitive performance based on direct observation of completion of test items/tasks. Haemostasis, 28(3-4), 158-166. It has been suggested that this bias could be ameliorated by conducting a retrospective, pre-morbid assessment to provide a basis for comparison (Sander et al. The total score for the FIM+FAM is 210, 112 for the motor FIM+FAM and 98 for the cognitive subscale (Gurka et al., 1999). No common interpretation exists for BBS scores, their relationship to mobility status, and the use of mobility aides (Wee et al., 2003). Disability in patients following traumatic brain injury–which measure? The NFI is a proprietary scale that must be purchased from The Psychological Corporation (Harcourt Assessment, Inc.). Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 17(6), 497-509. The reduction of items from 47 to 15 based on factor analysis excluded items not loading onto one of the three predetermined factors that might have provided a more comprehensive assessment of handicap and/or participation. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, 47(8), 723-733. Resources: Brain Injury Assessment. The scale was not designed to be a clinically diagnostic tool (Whelan-Goodinson et al., 2009). B. (Eds. Australian Journal of Advanced Nursing, 7(4), 13-17. A., Jr. (1983). Abused & Brain Injured was created to draw attention to the widely unrecognized intersection of intimate partner violence and traumatic brain injury. Although the FSS was originally designed to assess fatigue in individuals with multiple sclerosis, it has been found to be sensitive to fatigue in those with a TBI (Ziino & Ponsford, 2005). The MOS 36-Item Short-Form Health Survey (SF-36): II. Satisfaction with Life Scale: analysis of factorial invariance across sexes. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 73(10), 911-916. Lucas, R. E., Diener, E., & Suh, E. (1996). Hall, K., Hamilton, B., Gordon, W., & Zasler, N. (1993). These groups follow TBI classification systems that are based on the level of cognitive functioning (The Rancho Los Amigos Levels of Cognitive Functioning I — VIII; Hagen… Age Ageing, 28(6), 562-566. Acquired Brain Injury Any damage to the brain that occurs after birth Assessment An evaluation or estimation of an individual’s eligibility, function, impairments or needs Carer An individual who: (a) provides personal care, support and assistance to another individual who needs it because that other individual is a person Whitney, S. L., Poole, J. L., & Cass, S. P. (1998). Functional Assessment Measure. Additional categorical divisions are used to differentiate patients in terms of initial severity of head injury such that GCS scores 13-15 represent mild injury, scores 9-12 represent moderate injury, and scores ≤8 represent severe injury (Sternbach, 2000). Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation, 10(1), 71-78. The CIQ does not measure integration skills, the success of integration activities from the point of view of the individual with TBI, nor the feelings or meaning associated with integration activities (Willer et al., 1993; Zhang et al., 2002). Higher rates of missing data have been reported among older patients when using a self-completed form of administration (Brazier et al., 1992; Brazier et al., 1996; Hayes et al., 1995). Inness, E. L., Howe, J.-A., Niechwiej-Szwedo, E., Jaglal, S. B., McIlroy, W. E., & Verrier, M. C. (2011). Establishing the validity of the neurobehavioral functioning inventory. Predictors of handicap situations following post-stroke rehabilitation. Bleecker, M. L., Bolla-Wilson, K., Kawas, C., & Agnew, J. Willer, B., Rosenthal, M., Kreutzer, J., Gordon, W., & Rempel, R. (1993). The GCS is freely available, takes approximately 1 minute to administer and can be performed by all medical personnel (Oppenheim & Camins, 1992). Personality and Individual Differences, 35(6), 1255-1260. Christmas is getting very,very close and we couldn’t be more excited! A., Rabadi, M. H., Blau, A. D., & Jordan, B. D. (2001). Brain Injury, 11(7), 469-482. The hospital anxiety and depression scale. Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a form of nondegenerative acquired brain injury, resulting from an external physical force to the head (e.g., fall) or other mechanisms of displacement of the brain within the skull (e.g., blast injuries). Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, 55(9), 922-928. International Psychogeriatrics, 9(S1), 87-94. Belmont, A., Agar, N., Hugeron, C., Gallais, B., & Azouvi, P. (2006). (1999), as cited in Teasdale and Murray (2000)) reported that in a study of head injury patients in European centres, total assessment was possible in 61% of patients before hospital, in 77% on arrival at hospital and in 56% of patients arriving at a neurosurgical unit. A., Glen, T., & Schneider, J. J. Confirming and expanding the usefulness of the Extended Satisfaction With Life Scale (ESWLS). Corrigan, J. D., & Bogner, J. 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