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Title: Guidelines for TMS/tES clinical services and research through the COVID-19 pandemic
Authors: Bikson, Marom
Hanlon, Colleen A
Woods, Adam J
Gillick, Bernadette T
Charvet, Leigh
Lamm, Claus
Madeo, Graziella
Holczer, Adrienn
Almeida, Jorge Manuel Castelo Branco de Albuquerque 
Antal, Andrea
Ay, Mohammad Reza
Baeken, Chris
Blumberger, Daniel M
Campanella, Salvatore
Camprodon, Joan A
Christiansen, Lasse
Loo, Colleen
Crinion, Jennifer T
Fitzgerald, Paul
Gallimberti, Luigi
Ghobadi-Azbari, Peyman
Ghodratitoostani, Iman
Grabner, Roland H
Hartwigsen, Gesa
Hirata, Akimasa
Kirton, Adam
Knotkova, Helena
Krupitsky, Evgeny
Marangolo, Paola
Nakamura-Palacios, Ester M
Potok, Weronika
Praharaj, Samir K
Ruff, Christian C
Schlaug, Gottfried
Siebner, Hartwig R
Stagg, Charlotte J
Thielscher, Axel
Wenderoth, Nicole
Yuan, Ti-Fei
Zhang, Xiaochu
Ekhtiari, Hamed
Keywords: COVID-19; Non-invasive brain stimulation; Transcranial alternating current stimulation; Transcranial direct current stimulation; Transcranial electrical stimulation; Transcranial magnetic stimulation
Issue Date: 2020
Abstract: The COVID-19 pandemic has broadly disrupted biomedical treatment and research including non-invasive brain stimulation (NIBS). Moreover, the rapid onset of societal disruption and evolving regulatory restrictions may not have allowed for systematic planning of how clinical and research work may continue throughout the pandemic or be restarted as restrictions are abated. The urgency to provide and develop NIBS as an intervention for diverse neurological and mental health indications, and as a catalyst of fundamental brain research, is not dampened by the parallel efforts to address the most life-threatening aspects of COVID-19; rather in many cases the need for NIBS is heightened including the potential to mitigate mental health consequences related to COVID-19.
ISSN: 1935861X
DOI: 10.1016/j.brs.2020.05.010
Rights: openAccess
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