Staying Curious: Professional Curiosity and Traumatic Brain Injury

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Mantell, AR and Jennings, M (2016). Staying Curious: Professional Curiosity and Traumatic Brain Injury. 8th International Conference on Social Work in Health and Mental Health. Singapore 19 - 23 Jun 2016
AuthorsMantell, AR and Jennings, M
TypeConference paper
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Research question: What is the applicability of professional curiosity to practice with people with traumatic brain injuries Aims: Identify the knowledge base for professional curiosity in social work Identify the knowledge base for professional curiosity in nursing Compare these knowledge bases Identify any profession specific and common factors that have specific relevance to work with people with TBI and their families. Objective: To highlight the contribution that professional curiosity may make to practice with people with TBI.

KeywordsProfessional Curiosity; Traumatic Brain Injury
Year2016
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