Table of contents for Evaluating the HRSA Traumatic Brain Injury Program / Committee on Traumatic Brain Injury, Board on Health Care Services ; Jill Eden and Rosemary Stevens, editors.

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CONTENTS
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY								
	
1	OVERVIEW OF THE TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY PROGRAM
	Approach to the Study
	Organization of the Report
		Legislative Mandate for the HRSA TBI Program
		The HRSA TBI Program¿s Place in the HRSA Bureaucracy
		Budget for the HRSA TBI Program
		Staffing for the HRSA TBI Program
	Grants Provided Under the HRSA TBI Program
		TBI State Grants Program
		Protection and Advocacy for TBI (PATBI) Program
2	EPIDEMIOLOGY AND CONSEQUENCES OF TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY: AN INVISIBLE DISABILITY
	Epidemiology of TBI
		TBI Incidence and Prevalence Estimates
		Causes of TBI
		Risk Factors for TBI
		Range in Severity
	Consequences of TBI for Individuals, Family Members, and Society
		Consequences of TBI for Individuals
			Ability to Perform Activities of Daily Living (ADLs)
			Ability to Return to Work, School, and Productive Activity
			Ability to Develop and Maintain Relationships
		Consequences of TBI for Family Members
		Consequences of TBI for Society
	Summary
3	SERVICE NEEDS AND SOURCES OF FUNDING FOR PEOPLE WITH TBI-
	RELATED DISABILITIES
	What Services Do People with TBI-Related Disabilities Need?
		Case Management
		Medical Health Care Services
		Cognitive and Physical Rehabilitation Services
		Behavioral Health Care
		Family and Caregiver Supports
		Vocational Rehabilitation Services
		Legal and Advocacy Services
	Sources of Funding and Supports for People with TBI-Related Disabilities
	Summary
4 ASSESSMENT OF THE HRSA TBI PROGRAM
	The Impact of HRSA¿s TBI State Grants Program
		Effect of the TBI State Grants Program on States¿ TBI Infrastructure
		Effect of the TBI State Grants Program on States¿ TBI Service Systems
		HRSA¿s New Design for TBI Program Grants in FY 2006
	Impact of HRSA¿s Protection and Advocacy for TBI (PATBI) Grants Program
	Adequacy of the Management and Oversight of the HRSA TBI Program
	Administration of the HRSA TBI Program
 TBI Technical Assistance Center (TBI TAC)
 Summary
APPENDIXES
A	Methods of the Study
B	Interview Guide Developed by the IOM Committee on Traumatic Brain Injury
C	State TBI Programs and Protection and Advocacy Systems: Characteristics and Accomplishments, by State
	Table C-1	Characteristics of State Traumatic Brain Injury Programs by State, 2005
	Table C-2	Accomplishments of State Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Programs by State, 1997¿2005
Table C-3	State Protection and Advocacy (P&A) Systems for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities: Goals and Accomplishments Related to P&A for Individuals with Traumatic Brain Injury (PATBI) by State, 2005
D	Profiles of TBI Initiatives in Seven States
E	Stakeholders Assess the HRSA TBI Program: A Report on National Interviews and Interviews in Seven States
F	Glossary, Abbreviations, and Acronyms
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
LIST OF BOXES, FIGURES, AND TABLES
Chapter 1
Boxes
1-1
Charge to the Committee on Traumatic Brain Injury
1-2
Federal TBI Initiatives Mandated by the TBI Act of 1996
1-3
State Protection and Advocacy Systems
1-4
TBI State Program Grants Awarded by HRSA on a Competitive Basis, 1997-2005
1-5
1-6
Federal Statutory Guidance on the Use of TBI State Program Grants
State-Based Protection and Advocacy (P&A) Systems for Individuals with Disabilities
Figures
1-1
The HRSA TBI Program¿s Place in the HRSA Bureaucracy, 2005 
Tables
1-1
HRSA TBI Program Appropriations and Spending, FY 1997 to FY 2005
Chapter 2
Boxes
2-1
TBI¿The Invisible Disability
2-2
TBI Among Veterans of the War in Iraq
2-3
2-4
¿Mild¿ TBI¿Its Impact May Be Far from ¿Mild¿ 
Children with Traumatic Brain Injury
Figures
2-1
Average Annual Number of TB-Related Emergency Department Visits, Hospitalizations, and Deaths, U.S., 1995-2001
2-2
Average Annual TBI-Related Emergency Department Visits, Hospitalizations, and Deaths, Percent by External Cause, U.S. 1995¿2001
2-3
Average Annual Traumatic Brain Injury-Related Rates for Emergency Department Visits, Hospitalizations, and Deaths, by Age Group and External Cause, United States 1995-2001
2-4
Average Annual Number of TBI-Related Emergency Department Visits, Hospitalizations, and Deaths, by Sex, U.S. 1995-2001
2-5
Architecture of the Brain
Tables
2-1
TBI-Related Emergency Department Visits, Hospitalizations, and Deaths, Number and Percent by Age Group, U.S., 1995-2001
2-2
Rate of TBI-Related Hospital Stays, Emergency Department Visits, and Death, by Age, United States, 1995¿2001
2-3
Constellation of Physical, Cognitive, and Behavior Changes After a TBI
Chapter 3
Boxes
3-1
One TBI Survivor¿s Challenges in Obtaining Needed Services
3-2
One TBI Survivor¿s Journey from a Nursing Home to the Community
3-3
A TBI Survivor¿s Return to Work 
Figures
3-1
Continuum of Needs Post Traumatic Brain Injury
3-2
Persistent Need for Services One-Year Post TBI Hospitalization
3-3
Public and Private Systems Serving Persons with Traumatic Brain Injury
Tables
3-1
Types of Services Needed by Persons with TBI and Their Families
3-2
Selected Government and Private Programs Supporting Acute and Post Acute Service Needs of Persons with TBI-Related Disabilities 
Chapter 4
Boxes
4-1
The Quality and Coordination of Post-Acute TBI Service Systems
4-2
The Impact of HRSA¿s State Grants Program
4-3
Selected Comments from TBI Stakeholders in the Seven Study States on Their State¿s TBI Infrastructure
4-4
Selected Comments from TBI Stakeholders in the Seven Study States on Their State¿s TBI Resources
4-5
4-6
4-7
 4-8
 4-9
4-10
Special TBI Trust Funds in the States
Selected Comments from TBI Stakeholders in the Seven Study States on Their State¿s TBI Systems Improvement
HRSA¿s Review Criteria for Implementation Grants Under the TBI State Grants Program, 2006
The Impact of HRSA¿s Protection and Advocacy for TBI (PATBI) Grant Program
Selected Comments from TBI Stakeholders in the Seven Study States on Their State¿s P&A for TBI
Adequacy of the Management and Oversight of the HRSA TBI Program
Figures
4-1
TBI Program Grants by State, 2005
Tables
4-1
Number of States Participating in HRSA¿s TBI State Grants Program, by Type of Grant, 2005
4-2
Summary of the Four Core Components of TBI Infrastructure, by State, 2005 
4-3
Dedicated TBI Funding by State, 2005
4-4
Examples of State TBI Program Accomplishments Reported by the Seven Study States, 1997-2005
4-5
Review Criteria for FY 2006 TBI State Implementation Grants, FY 2006
4-6
PATBI Grant Activities Reported by the Seven Study States, 2005

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

HRSA Traumatic Brain Injury Program.
HRSA Traumatic Brain Injury Program.
Brain damage -- Patients -- Rehabilitation -- United States.
Brain damage -- Patients -- Services for -- United States -- Evaluation.
Brain Injuries -- rehabilitation -- United States.
Brain Injuries -- economics -- United States.
Disabled Persons -- United States.
Government Programs -- organization & administration -- United States.
Program Evaluation -- United States.