Main Outcome Measures
List of abbreviations:MTBI (mild traumatic brain injury), RTW (return to work), TBI (traumatic brain injury), WSIB (Workplace Safety and Insurance Board)
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Supported by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research-Institute for Gender and Health (grant no. OGW-123786); the Toronto Rehabilitation Institute Foundation and the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term Care , which provided funding under the Provincial Rehabilitation Research Program to the Toronto Rehabilitation Institute , University Health Network; the Canadian Institutes of Health Research Research Chair in Gender, Work and Health (grant no. CGW-126580 ) from the Institute of Gender and Health; and the Saunderson Family Chair in Acquired Brain Injury Research at the Toronto Rehabilitation Institute.
Publication of this article was supported by the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine.