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The purpose of this USA Hockey registry is to collect information on the prevalence of catastrophic injuries for both genders in youth, high school, junior, college, national program, adult amateur, minor league, and professional ice hockey in the United States. The goal is to design and maintain a comprehensive registry of catastrophic injuries in ice hockey that will be the primary source of catastrophic ice hockey injury data in the United States. The registry will provide data to support potential rule and equipment changes.
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The Traumatic Brain Injury Model System (TBIMS) Centers program, begun in 1987, currently consists of 16 centers across the US that are competitively funded for 5 years by the National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research (NIDILRR). The TBIMS Centers are situated in centers of excellence for clinical care and innovative research, focused on improving the lives of people with TBI, their families, and close others. The primary focus is on moderate to severe TBI, as patients are recruited from inpatient rehabilitation to participate in research; however, many TBIMS investigators are also interested in mild TBI, or concussion. The National Database (NDB), managed by the TBIMS National Data and Statistical Center, is at the core of the TBIMS Centers program. More than 15,000 individuals are currently enrolled in the NDB. Each TBIMS center collects and enters into the NDB an identical data set on each individual, which captures:
In addition to the enrollment and data capture for the NDB, NIDILRR funding supports the following types of TBI research within TBIMS Centers:
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