March is Brain Injury Awareness Month

The Sarah Jane Brain Foundation
Sarah Jane Brain Foundation and CE Outcomes launches brain injury survey
National Assessment for Brain Injury Awareness Month
New York, NY – The Sarah Jane Brain Foundation (SJBF) and CE Outcomes announced a national survey to identify gaps in services and research dealing with brain injury. This is a joint effort during Brain Injury Awareness Month to understand the current state of brain injury across the country and across two different clinical populations (youth/developing brain and adult/developed brain). The survey will investigate the differences in services between “Mild” TBI/concussions and moderate to severe brain injury. In addition, the assessment will analyze across the continuum of care from prevention to acute care/rehabilitation services to reintegration/long-term care. The online survey is being hosted by CE Outcomes:
“This survey will include physicians, psychologists, educators, allied health professionals, and most importantly families and brain injury survivors across this country,” said Dr. Ron Savage, President of SJBF and author of the survey. “We will have data from thousands of voices to better understand the gaps in services that impact the lives of millions of people. Those voices will be heard.”
About The Sarah Jane Brain Foundation

The Sarah Jane Brain Foundation (SJBF) is a world-wide non-profit organization with a mission to change the world for the millions of families who have a child or young adult suffering from an acquired brain injury by advancing neuroscience and implementing the PABI Plan. For more information about SJBF, please read Patrick Donohue’s letter to his daughter and namesake of SJBF, Sarah Jane:
About CE Outcomes
CE Outcomes ( is a privately-held business to provide independent assessments of the impact of medical education programming. It is a leading assessment company of healthcare education and information that collaborates with over 100 healthcare organizations in various sectors including pharmaceutical, biotech and device companies, medical education and communication companies, managed care organizations and government agencies to identify gaps and disparities in care, develop strategic communication plans, and provide data on program effectiveness.