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Hot Topic Module: Changes in Memory After Traumatic Brain Injury

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Release date: October 25, 2017

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The Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center Releases Changes in Memory After Traumatic Brain Injury Hot Topic Module

The Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC) recently released a new hot topic module, Changes in Memory After Traumatic Brain Injury. This suite of free resources consists of videos, a factsheet, and a narrated slideshow that explain why people may experience memory differently after TBI, and strategies to address these changes. The featured video introduces viewers to Tanya and Jason, who share their stories of coming to terms with changes in their memory, and strategies they use to compensate for these changes. In addition to the main video, the module includes short video clips featuring the Texas TBI Model System of TIRR Memorial Hermann. These video clips highlight various components of changes in memory after TBI. Healthcare providers who do not have a background in TBI, caregivers, individuals with TBI, and others can access these brief video segments to learn more about the topic. Access the hot topic module here.