Misconceptions about brain injury: a survey replication study.

Abstract:

PRIMARY OBJECTIVE:The researchers sought to update information about the public's knowledge about brain injury and to document progress made toward correcting misconceptions. RESEARCH DESIGN:Survey replication. METHODS AND PROCEDURES:Three hundred and eighteen respondents from the lay public answered questions about general brain injury knowledge, coma and unconsciousness, memory deficits and brain injury recovery. Chi-square analyses revealed significant differences among respondents based on age, gender, education and personal experience with brain injury or brain injury survivors. Findings were also compared with those reported by previous researchers administering similar questionnaires. MAIN OUTCOMES AND RESULTS:Misconceptions persist regarding some brain injury sequelae. Although most respondents knew general information, large numbers reported incorrect beliefs about memory problems, coma and unconsciousness and recovery. CONCLUSIONS:Despite the frequency with which it occurs, the general public persists in holding misconceptions about brain injury. Greater public awareness is necessary to prompt appropriate health care funding and rehabilitative service decisions.

journal_name

Brain Inj

journal_title

Brain injury

authors

Hux K,Schram CD,Goeken T

doi

10.1080/02699050600676784

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2006-05-01 00:00:00

pages

547-53

issue

5

eissn

0269-9052

issn

1362-301X

pii

V23655106H382312

journal_volume

20

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