This multidisciplinary team of psychologists, nurses has teamed up with our research group to investigate ways of preventing the often debilitating psychosocial sequelae of acute brain injury, particularly stroke. Focusing on both patients and their caregivers, we aim to prevent depression, anxiety and post-traumatic stress, while preserving brain function.

Related Publications

  1. Anxiety and depression symptoms among families of adult intensive care unit survivors immediately following brief length of stay

    Hwang DY, Yagoda D, Perrey HM, Tehan TM, Guanci M, Ananian L, Currier PF, Cobb JP, Rosand J. Journal Critical Care 2014; 29(2):278-282. PMID: 24411107.

  2. Assessment of satisfaction with care among family members of survivors in a neuroscience intensive care unit

    Hwang DY, Yagoda D, Perrey HM, Tehan TM, Guanci M, Ananian L, Currier PF, Cobb JP, Rosand J. Journal of Neuroscience and Nursing 2014; 46(2):106-116. PMID: 24556658; PMCID: PMC4401420.

  3. Consistency of communication among intensive care unit staff as perceived by family members of patients surviving to discharge

    Hwang DY, Yagoda D, Perrey HM, Tehan TM, Guanci M, Ananian L, Currier PF, Cobb JP, Rosand J. Journal of Critical Care 2014; 29(1):134-138. PMID: 24475496.