This topical issue of JHTR features the work of an international collaboration of scientist-practitioners who identified Cognitive Rehabilitation as an area of clinical practice in TBI for which there were significant gaps “in translation of available research evidence into front-line clinical practice”. The “INCOG” team was formed to prepare guidelines for translation of evidence into practice, which were then applied to five pivotal areas of cognitive impairment after TBI: post-traumatic amnesia, attention, executive dysfunction, cognitive communication and memory. The approach was meticulous and the resulting manuscripts thoroughly address each topic. We hope you enjoy this novel, systematic approach to advancing evidence based practice.
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