The Ordeal of Reminding: Traumatic Brain Injury and the Goals of Care
Hastings Center Report 2006 March-April; 36(2): 29-37
The appropriate goal of care for a person with a traumatic brain injury is rehabilitation in the broad, etymological sense of the word. The task is to bring the person back to the conditions of the living of a life. This requires the rehabilitation of the mind - the reconstruction of a subject.
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