Evidence-Based Systematic Review of Cognitive Rehabilitation, Emotional, and Family Treatment Studies for Children with Acquired Brain Injury Literature: From 2006-2017

L Laatsch, J Dodd, T Brown, A Ciccia, F Conner, K Davis, M Doherty, Mark Linden

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Objective: To provide current evidence and guidelines of effective treatments for children and with acquired brain injury (ABI)
Data Sources: A systematic search of Ovid Medline, Scopus, PsycINFO, and clinicaltrials.gov
Study Selection: Full manuscripts published from 2006-1/2018 describing treatments of children with ABI under the age of 18
Data Extraction: Two independent reviewers and a third, if conflicts existed, evaluated the methodological quality of studies with an Individual Study Review Form and a JBI Critical Appraisal Checklist. Strength of study characteristics was used in development of practice guidelines
Data Synthesis: Forty-seven peer-reviewed articles included in the results. Established guidelines for writing practice recommendations were used and 22 practice guidelines were established and study interventions identified.
Conclusions: In comparison to the 2007 published pediatric cognitive and behavioral guideline by the same group, the interventions are more targeted towards specific issues in the child’s cognitive, behavioral, and emotional status. The EBR yielded evidence for 8 practice standards, 10 practice guidelines, and 3 practice options. There was strong for family/caregiver-focused interventions, as well as for direct interventions improving attention, memory, executive functioning, and emotional/behavioral functioning. A majority of the practice standards and guidelines established utilized technology in delivery of the intervention, representing an important trend in the literature.
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JournalNeuropsychological Rehabilitation
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Publication statusPublished - 08 Oct 2019

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