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International Survey on Diagnostic & Prognostic Procedures in Pediatric Patients with DOC

Sent on behalf of the Diagnosis/Prognosis subgroup of the Disorders of Consciousness Special Interest Group of the International Brain Injury Association.

The IBIA Disorders of Consciousness Special Interest Group (DoC SIG), together with the International Paediatric Brain Injury Society (IPBIS), would like to invite you to participate in the “International survey on diagnostic and prognostic procedures in pediatric patients with disorders of consciousness”. The survey aims to explore the diagnostic and prognostic indices routinely used by pediatric specialists and their teams to assess infants, children and adolescents with disorders of consciousness (DoC) in different countries as well as regional guidelines for same. Please participate in this survey ONLY if you are involved in the care and treatment of paediatric patients (18 years or younger) with DoC secondary to acquired brain injury.

The survey should take about 15 minutes to complete. Please note you must complete the survey all at one time as you will not be able to come back and edit your responses once started or completed. You will receive more specific information as soon as you open the survey. It is possible to skip parts of the survey that are not applicable to your practice.

Click here for the survey or visit https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/8C82LVC

Please complete the survey by April 20th as we would like to present the results at the Second International Conference on Paediatric Acquired Brain Injury that will be held in Rome, Italy in September 2017. If you have already participated in this survey, please disregard this request.

We would very much appreciate your participation in this survey and thank you in advance for your time. Please help us advance the knowledge in pediatric DoC care worldwide.
Thank you very much in advance for your participation.

UKABIF welcomes enquiries from the media. We are able to provide information about all aspects of acquired brain injury as well as experts in the field to talk about topical issues. Please call 0845 6080788 or 07903887655.