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After a several-year journey, Spaulding Hospital for Continuing Medical Care Cambridge is proud to announce it has achieved Magnet accreditation from The American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Magnet Recognition Program.
Yelena Bodien, PhD, Joseph Giacino, PhD, and colleagues helped create the Flexible Outcome Assessment Battery (FAB) for patients with traumatic brain injury, which proved feasible across the entire spectrum of severity and discerned different levels of function among traditionally "untestable" patients.
Nathan E. Cook, PhD, Grant L. Iverson, PhD, and colleagues presented novel findings that adolescents with high symptom burden in the first 72 hours after a sport-related concussion likely take longer to return to school and sports than those with lower acute symptom burden.
Researchers at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital have created prediction models that can pinpoint, by type of medical condition, which patients at inpatient rehabilitation facilities are at high risk of hospital readmission within 30 days.
Using data from the Football Players Health Study at Harvard University, a study led by Mass General Brigham investigators contributes further evidence elucidating the impact of a playing career on long-term cognitive function.
For National Burn Awareness Week this year the theme is “Hot Liquids Burn Like Fire!” As part of the Boston Harvard Burn Injury Model Systems (BHBIMS) at Spaulding efforts to spread awareness on the impacts burn injury, the team is hosting education events for patients and clinicians.
Researchers in the United States and Japan have discovered a new mechanism that links age-related cartilage tissue stiffening with the repression of a key protein associated with longevity.
For the fifth straight year U.S. News & World Report named Spaulding Brighton Nursing and Therapy Center a Best Nursing Home for Short-Term Rehabilitation in the 2022-2023 survey. Lean more.
The Travis Roy Foundation and Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital today jointly announced the formation of The Travis Roy Center for Enhanced Independence at Spaulding Rehabilitation. The Center will be supported by a grant of more than $2 million from the Foundation, which is winding down operations after 26 years.
Spaulding Rehabilitation Network recently announced its Spinal Cord Injury, Traumatic Brain Injury and Burn Injury Rehabilitation Programs have been renewed as Model System sites by the National Institute on Disability, Independent Living and Rehabilitation Research.