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The Center for Outcome Measurement
in Brain Injury

Welcome to the homepage of the Center for Outcome Measurement in Brain Injury (COMBI), an online resource for those needing detailed information and support in regards to outcome measures for brain injuries. The measures included in the COMBI are commonly used in the field of brain injury rehabilitation and assessment. The COMBI is a collaborative project of 16 brain injury facilities or centers, most of them Traumatic Brain Injury Model Systems (through grants funded by the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research). Each center contributes information on one or more measures.

For each measure there may be a syllabus and training information, rating forms, background information on validity and reliability, a reference list of published studies, and testing materials. A FAQ (Frequently Asked Question) section is also being included, compiled from past training information and questions e-mailed to us. To find out which scales are currently featured in the COMBI, go to the Scales page. There are currently more than 25 instruments featured on the COMBI.

Getting around on the COMBI
To find out which scales are currently featured in the COMBI, go to the Scales page.

To find out more about the COMBI and the organizations that work to make it successful, go to the Background page.

To fill out our online survey, go to the Survey page.

To read current and back issues of our online newsletter, Outcome Oriented, go to the Newsletter page.

 

NEW & NOTEWORTHY

October 2014
French-Canadian translations of the MPAI-4 (Mayo Portland Adaptability Inventory) Rating Form, the M2PI (Participation Index) and MPAI-4 Manual have been added.
Access the instrument here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




















The COMBI is a collaborative project coordinated by the Rehabilitation Research Center at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center. For additional information, please contact Jerry Wright at

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