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Consensus Statement

The Robert L. Moody Prize for Distinguished Initiatives in Brain Injury Research and Rehabilitation

Consensus Statement from 2012 Galveston Brain Injury Conference

Injury to the brain can evolve into a lifelong health condition termed chronic brain injury (CBI). CBI impairs the brain and other organ systems and may persist or progress over an individual's life span. CBI must be identified and proactively managed as a lifelong condition to improve health, independent function and participation in society.