Stephanie J Hollis
Affiliation: The George Institute for International Health
- Incidence, risk, and protective factors of mild traumatic brain injury in a cohort of Australian nonprofessional male rugby playersStephanie J Hollis
The George Institute, The University of Sydney, PO Box M201, Missenden Road, Sydney, NSW, 2050, Australia
Am J Sports Med 37:2328-33. 2009..Understanding the incidence along with the risk and protective factors of mTBI in high-contact sports such as rugby is paramount if appropriate preventive strategies are to be developed...
- Neuropsychiatric correlates of traumatic brain injury (TBI) among Australian prison entrantsPeter W Schofield
Neuropsychiatry Service, Hunter New England Health, NSW, Australia
Brain Inj 20:1409-18. 2006..To investigate the association between reported past traumatic brain injury (TBI) and demographic, neuropsychiatric and criminographic parameters among individuals recently received into custody...
- Compliance with return-to-play regulations following concussion in Australian schoolboy and community rugby union playersStephanie J Hollis
Sydney Medical School, The University of Sydney, 25 Nichols Parade, Mount Riverview, NSW 2774, Australia
Br J Sports Med 46:735-40. 2012..Appropriate management of concussion includes compliance with the return-to-play regulations of the sports body for reducing the likelihood of premature return-to-play by injured players...
- Mild traumatic brain injury among a cohort of rugby union players: predictors of time to injuryStephanie J Hollis
The George Institute for Global Health, Sydney, Australia
Br J Sports Med 45:997-9. 2011..48, p=0.03) or had a body mass index <27 (HR=1.77, p=0.007). The findings highlight modifiable characteristics to reduce the likelihood of shortened time to mTBI...
- Traumatic brain injury rates and sequelae: a comparison of prisoners with a matched community sample in AustraliaIain Perkes
School of Medicine and Public Health, University of Newcastle, Callaghan, NSW, Australia
Brain Inj 25:131-41. 2011..To compare rates of past reported traumatic brain injury (TBI) in a prisoner sample with those in a control group drawn from the same location of usual residence...
- Traumatic brain injury among Australian prisoners: rates, recurrence and sequelaePeter W Schofield
Centre for Health Research in Criminal Justice, NSW, Australia
Brain Inj 20:499-506. 2006..To establish the prevalence, severity, recurrence and sequelae of past traumatic brain injury (TBI) among individuals recently received into custody...