REHABDATA-Connection, from the National Rehabilitation Information Center, includes new documents in the REHABDATA database added last month.

 

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Open-design collar vs. conventional Philadelphia collar regarding user satisfaction and cervical range of motion in asymptomatic adults
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(4), 291-299 9 pages
Author(s): Ghorbani, Faezeh; Kamyab, Mojtaba; Azadinia, Fatemeh; Hajiaghaei, Behnam
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study compared the Philadelphia collar to an open-design cervical collar with regard to user satisfaction and cervical range of motion in asymptomatic adults. Cervical collars are prescribed for supporting … For more see J74028

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Determining 1-yr prosthetic use for mobility prognoses for community-dwelling adults with lower-limb amputation: Development of a clinical prediction rule
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(5), 339-347 9 pages
Author(s): Wong, Christopher K.; Young, Rebecca S.; Ow-Wing, Carlyn; Karimi, Parisa
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study developed and testes a prognostic clinical prediction rule to identify people not achieving the community walking level of prosthetic use after 1 year. Fifty-four community-dwelling adults with … For more see J74034

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Accessible mHealth for patients with dexterity impairments
In ASSETS ’14: Proceedings of the 16th International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers & Accessibility. ACM, New York, 235-236 2 pages
Project(s): H133E100002
Author(s): Yu, Daihua X.; Parmanto, Bambang; Dicianno, Brad E.; Watzlaf, Valerie J.; Seelman, Katherine D.
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: This study was conducted to design and transform an existing mobile health (mHealth) system called iMHere (interactive mobile health and rehabilitation) to make it more usable and accessible for people … For more see O20209

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MSKTC headlines: July 2015
Project(s): H133A110004
Author Institution: Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC)
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: Newsletter from the Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC) provides information about spinal cord injury (SCI), traumatic burn injury (TBI), and burn injury model systems. In this issue: (1) … For more see O20313

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Funding for assistive technology: Transitioning from secondary school to VR and work
Leading to Employment Information Brief 2 pages
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Article reviews policies regarding the extent to which assistive technology (AT) can follow an individual with a disability who moves from secondary school to postsecondary education, vocational rehabilitation, … For more see O20325

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Know your rights: Students with ADHD
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: This fact sheet explains the rights of students with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and the school district’s legal obligations under a Federal civil rights law that prohibits disability … For more see O20357

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Wheeled mobility devices
In Peter A. Smith, Frank Rauch, Gerald F. Harris, eds. Transitional Care in Osteogenesis Imperfecta. Chicago, IL: Shriners Hospitals for Children; 2015, 285-299 15 pages
Project(s): H133F110032
Author(s): Hiremath, Shivayogi V.; Cooper, Rory A.; Pelleschi, Tamra L.; Cooper, Rosemarie
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: This chapter focuses on aspects of wheeled mobility devices (WMDs) that help individuals with osteogenesis imperfecta (OI) to meet their mobility and functional needs. Individuals with OI used WMDs for … For more see J74071

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Upper extremity inverse dynamics model for Lofstrand crutch-assisted gait in children with osteogenesis imperfecta
In Peter A. Smith, Frank Rauch, Gerald F. Harris, eds. Transitional Care in Osteogenesis Imperfecta. Chicago, IL: Shriners Hospitals for Children; 2015, 345-370 26 pages
Project(s): H133E100007
Author(s): Slavens, Brooke A.; Bhagchandani, Neha; Wang, Mei; Smith, Peter A.; Harris, Gerald F.
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: Chapter describes the development of a three-dimensional (3D) biomechanical model to quantify upper extremity (UE) kinematics and kinetics during Lofstrand crutch-assisted gait in children with osteogenesis … For more see J74072

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Effects of robot-assisted gait training on spatiotemporal gait parameters and balance in patients with chronic stroke: A randomized controlled pilot trial
Neurorehabilitation, 38(4), 343-349 7 pages
Author(s): Bang, Dae-Hyouk; Shin, Won-Seob
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study compared the effects of robot-assisted gait training (RAGT) versus treadmill gait training (TGT) on spatiotemporal gait parameters, balance, and activities-specific balance confidence with stroke … For more see J74256

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Survey of U.S. practitioners on the validity of the Medicare functional classification level system and utility of clinical outcome measures for aiding K-level assignment
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(7), 1053-1063 11 pages
Author(s): Borrenpohl, Dylan; Kaluf, Brian; Major, Matthew J.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study explored the opinion of prosthetic clinicians regarding the Medicare Functional Classification Level (MFCL) assignment process to classify the mobility and rehabilitation potential of patients with … For more see J74262

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Interrater reliability of the power mobility road test in the virtual reality-based simulator-2
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(7), 1078-1084 7 pages
Author(s): Kamaraj, Deepan C.; Dicianno, Brad E.; Mahajan, Harshal P.; Buhari, Alhaji M.; Cooper, Rory A.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study assessed interrater reliability of the Power Mobility Road Test (PMRT) when administered through the Virtual Reality-based SIMulator-version 2 (VRSIM-2). Twenty-one electric-powered wheelchair (EPW) … For more see J74265

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Stability and workload of the virtual reality-based simulator-2
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(7), 1085-1092 8 pages
Author(s): Kamaraj, Deepan C.; Dicianno, Brad E.; Mahajan, Harshal P.; Buhari, Alhaji M.; Cooper, Rory A.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study assessed the stability of clinicians’ and users’ rating of electric-powered wheelchair (EPW) driving while using 4 different human-machine interfaces (HMIs) within the Virtual Reality-based SIMulator-version … For more see J74266

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Improved weight-bearing symmetry for transfemoral amputees during standing up and sitting down with a powered knee-ankle prosthesis
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(7), 1100-1106 7 pages
Author(s): Simon, Ann M.; Fey, Nicholas P.; Ingraham, Kimberly A.; Finucane, Suzanne B.; Halsne, Elizabeh G.; Hargrove, Levi J.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study tests a new user-modulated control strategy that enables improved control of a powered knee-ankle prosthesis during sit-to-stand and stand-to-sit movements. Seven unilateral transfemoral amputees … For more see J74268

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Estimation of energy expenditure for wheelchair users using a physical activity monitoring system
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(7), 1146-1153, 1153.e1 9 pages
Project(s): H133F110032
Author(s): Hiremath, Shivayogi V.; Intille, Stephen S.; Kelleher, Annmarie; Cooper, Rory A.; Ding, Dan
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study developed and evaluated energy expenditure (EE) estimation models for a physical activity monitoring system (PAMS) in manual wheelchair users with spinal cord injury (SCI). The PAMS consists of … For more see J74272

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Wearable vibrotactile biofeedback device allowing identification of different floor conditions for lower-limb amputees
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(7), 1210-1213 4 pages
Author(s): Wan, Anson H.; Wong, Duo W.; Ma, Christina Z.; Zhang, Ming; Lee, Winson C.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study evaluated a newly developed biofeedback device enabling lower-limb amputees to identify various floor conditions. The prosthetic limbs of 5 unilateral lower-limb amputees (with and without the biofeedback … For more see J74279

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Mandibular protrusion device – Users AHI, sleep efficiency, REM sleep and oxigenation
Author(s): Maria Helena Chaves de Vasconcelos Catão; Rômulo Souza Silva; Amaro Lafayette Nobre Formiga Filho; Josué Alves; Rodrigo Alves Ribeiro; Vanda Sanderana Macêdo Carneiro
Year: 2014
… For more see I242177

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The Development and Validation of Assistive Technology Predisposition Assessment
Author(s): Lee Hye-kyung; Jun Young-hwan
Year: 2015
… For more see I242202

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A Study on Need for Foundation of Assistive Technology Service Center for Employment of People with Disabilities – Focused on Analysis of Domestic and Foreign Service Systems related to Assistive Technology for the Disabled
Author(s): Rhee, Kun-Min; Lee, Sin-Young; Lee, Jin-Hyun
Year: 2014
… For more see I242276

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A Study on the Smart Device of Accessibility for Persons with Disabilities
Author(s): Hong, K. S.; Min, H. K.
Year: 2015
… For more see I242283

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A Short-term and Long-term Usability Testing of the Speech Synthesizer for the People with Visual Impairments
Author(s): H. Y. Lee; K. H. Hong
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: Study conducted long-term and short-term usability testing on the built-in speech synthesizer of a screen-reader for people with visual impairments. A total of 20 people with visual impairments participated … For more see I242284

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3D printing-based Fabrication of Orthotic Devices Using 3D Computer-Aided Design and Rapid Prototyping
Author(s): S. Y. Lee; D. Y. Na; K. M. Rhee; B. G. Choi; K. T. Son; S. Y. Heo
Year: 2015
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An Analysis of Issues on Legislating Assistive Technology Act in Korea
Author(s): Yook, J. H.
Year: 2015
… For more see I242345

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System Analysis of Research Trends of Assistive Devices for People with Disabilities Using Semantic Network Analysis: 2002 to 2014
Author(s): C. G. Kim; J. B. Kim
Year: 2016
… For more see I242349

Search Strategy: Brain injuries

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Deficits of Memory Function in Traumatic Brain Injury Patients Using Rey-Kim Memory Test ?
Author(s): Jung, Jae Hun Jung, Jae Hun
Year: 2015
… For more see I242252

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Meta-Analysis of Cognitive-linguistic Intervention for Patients with Traumatic Brain Injury
Author(s): Lee, Mi Sook
Year: 2015
… For more see I242255

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Cerebral palsy: Association of cranial magnetic resonance imaging with clinical levels of disease
Author(s): J.R. Vásquez-Ríos; S.R. León-Hernández; C. Flores-Flores y M.E. Camacho-Cruz; A.M. Cortés-Rubio; C.P. Vi˜nals-Laba˜nino
Year: 2016
… For more see I242280

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Differential Deficits of Executive Function in Traumatic Brain Injury Patients
Author(s): Jung, Jae Hun; Kim, Hong Keun
Year: 2014
… For more see I242316

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The Effects of Neurofeedback training on Cognitive function and Self-efficacy for Traumatic brain injury patients
Author(s): Yoo, Kyong Jin; Song, Seung Il; Lee, Jong Min
Year: 2014
… For more see I242321

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Effects of transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation at two frequencies on urinary incontinence in poststroke patients: A randomized controlled trial
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(3), 183-193 11 pages
Author(s): Liu, Yi; Xu, Gang; Luo, Ming; Teng, Hong-fei
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study compared the effects of two frequencies of transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) on urinary incontinence caused by stroke. Eighty-one patients with poststroke urinary incontinence were … For more see J74019

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Availability of outpatient rehabilitation services for children after traumatic brain injury: Differences by language and insurance status
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(3), 204-213 10 pages
Author(s): Moore, Megan; Jiminez, Nathalia; Rowhani-Rahbar, Ali; Willis, Margaret; Baron, Kate; Giordano, Jessica; Crawley, Deborah; Rivara, Frederick P.; Jaffe, Kenneth M.; Ebel, Beth E.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated associations among English proficiency, insurance status, outpatient rehabilitation service availability, and travel time for children with traumatic brain injury (TBI). Data from 82 … For more see J74021

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Effect of aerobic exercise interventions on mobility among stroke patients: A systematic review
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(3), 214-224 11 pages
Author(s): Kendall, Bradley J.; Gothe, Neha P.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: This systematic review analyzed studies that examined the effectiveness of aerobic exercise interventions on mobility in long-term stroke survivors. Electronic databases were searched for randomized control … For more see J74022

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Smartphone-based visual feedback trunk control training using a gyroscope and mirroring technology for stroke patients: Single-blinded, randomized clinical trial of efficacy and feasibility
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(5), 319-329 11 pages
Author(s): Shin, Doo C.; Song, Chang H.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study assessed the preliminary efficacy and feasibility of smartphone-based visual feedback trunk control training (SPVFTCT) for improving balance and trunk performance in stroke patients. Twenty-four … For more see J74032

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Recovery from vegetative state to minimally conscious state: A case report
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(5), e63-e66 4 pages
Author(s): Jang, SungHo; Kim, SeongHo; Lee, HanDo
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: This case study demonstrated the change of the ascending reticular activating system (ARAS) concurrent with the recovery from a vegetative state to a minimally conscious state in a patient with traumatic … For more see J74040

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MSKTC headlines: June 2015
Project(s): H133A110004
Author Institution: Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC)
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: Newsletter from the Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC) provides information about spinal cord injury (SCI), traumatic burn injury (TBI), and burn injury model systems. In this issue: (1) … For more see O20312 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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MSKTC headlines: July 2015
Project(s): H133A110004
Author Institution: Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC)
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: Newsletter from the Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC) provides information about spinal cord injury (SCI), traumatic burn injury (TBI), and burn injury model systems. In this issue: (1) … For more see O20313

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MSKTC headlines: August 2015
Project(s): H133A110004
Author Institution: Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC)
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: Newsletter from the Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC) provides information about spinal cord injury (SCI), traumatic burn injury (TBI), and burn injury model systems. In this issue: (1) … For more see O20314 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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MSKTC headlines: September 2015
Project(s): H133A110004
Author Institution: Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC)
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: Newsletter from the Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC) provides information about spinal cord injury (SCI), traumatic burn injury (TBI), and burn injury model systems. In this issue: (1) … For more see O20315 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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MSKTC headlines: October 2015
Project(s): H133A110004
Author Institution: Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC)
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: Newsletter from the Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC) provides information about spinal cord injury (SCI), traumatic burn injury (TBI), and burn injury model systems. In this issue: (1) … For more see O20316 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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MSKTC headlines: November 2015
Project(s): H133A110004
Author Institution: Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC)
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: Newsletter from the Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC) provides information about spinal cord injury (SCI), traumatic burn injury (TBI), and burn injury model systems. In this issue: (1) … For more see O20317

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MSKTC headlines: December 2015
Project(s): H133A110004
Author Institution: Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC)
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: Newsletter from the Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC) provides information about spinal cord injury (SCI), traumatic burn injury (TBI), and burn injury model systems. In this issue: (1) … For more see O20318

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MSKTC headlines: January 2016
Project(s): H133A110004
Author Institution: Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC)
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Newsletter from the Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC) provides information about spinal cord injury (SCI), traumatic burn injury (TBI), and burn injury model systems. In this issue: (1) … For more see O20319 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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MSKTC headlines: February 2016
Project(s): H133A110004
Author Institution: Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC)
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Newsletter from the Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC) provides information about spinal cord injury (SCI), traumatic burn injury (TBI), and burn injury model systems. In this issue: (1) … For more see O20320 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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MSKTC headlines: March 2016
Project(s): H133A110004
Author Institution: Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC)
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Newsletter from the Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC) provides information about spinal cord injury (SCI), traumatic burn injury (TBI), and burn injury model systems. In this issue: (1) … For more see O20321 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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MSKTC headlines: April 2016
Project(s): H133A110004
Author Institution: Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC)
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Newsletter from the Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC) provides information about spinal cord injury (SCI), traumatic burn injury (TBI), and burn injury model systems. In this issue: (1) … For more see O20322 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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MSKTC headlines: May 2016
Project(s): H133A110004
Author Institution: Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC)
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Newsletter from the Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC) provides information about spinal cord injury (SCI), traumatic burn injury (TBI), and burn injury model systems. In this issue: (1) … For more see O20323 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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TBI news & views
Project(s): H133A120030
Author(s): Murphy, Carolann (Ed.)
Author Institution: Northern New Jersey Traumatic Brain Injury Model System (NNJTBIS), Kessler Foundation, New Jersey
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: This newsletter is published semi-annually by the Northern New Jersey Traumatic Brain Injury Model System (NNJTBIS) for people with traumatic brain injuries (TBI) and their families. In this issue: (1) … For more see O20324 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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Agnosia
In: J.H. Stone, M. Blouin (editors), International Encyclopedia of Rehabilitation. Buffalo, NY: Center for International Rehabilitation Research Information and Exchange (CIRRIE) 11 pages
Project(s): H133A050008
Author(s): Burns, Martha S.
Year: 2010
Abstract [truncated]: Agnosia is a cognitive disturbance caused by neurological damage that affects the ability to recognize objects or people. Since agnosias affect a single modality, one can describe them in terms of the … For more see O20329 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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Consumer testing on memory and traumatic brain injury: Topic guide for consumer interviews
Project(s): H133A110004
Author Institution: Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC)
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Document provides procedures for conducting consumer testing of the fact sheet titled “Memory and Traumatic Brain Injury.” It guides the interviewer through the evaluation process and includes questions … For more see O20336 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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Information product testing: Results from cognitive testing of memory and traumatic brain injury (TBI) factsheet
Project(s): H133A110004
Author(s): Mitchell, Denise
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Report presents the results of the cognitive testing of a factsheet on memory after traumatic brain injury (TBI). The factsheet was created for consumers, including people with TBI and their families. … For more see O20340 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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Professional testing on what to tell people about your injury factsheet: Topic guide for professional interviews
Project(s): H133A110004
Author Institution: Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC)
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: Document provides procedures for conducting professional testing of the factsheet titled “What to Tell People About Your Injury,” which focuses on what traumatic brain injury survivors may choose to tell … For more see O20345 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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Information product testing: Results from what to tell people about your injury
Project(s): H133A110004
Author(s): Cavazos, Jazmine; Hinkens, Emma
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: Report presents the results of the cognitive testing of the factsheet “What To Tell People About Your Injury.” The primary audience of the factsheet is people with traumatic brain injury (TBI).Trained … For more see O20346 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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Emotional changes after a traumatic brain inury
Project(s): H133A110004 , H133A120028
Author(s): James, Silas; Cory, Matthew
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: This graphic fact sheet provides information about the emotional changes that people with traumatic brain injury may experience. The causes and signs of emotional liability (mood swings), anxiety, depression, … For more see O20350 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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Traumatic brain injury and headaches
Project(s): H133A110004 , H133A120028
Author(s): James, Silas; Lasky, David
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: This graphic fact sheet provides information about the emotional changes that people with traumatic brain injury may experience … For more see O20351 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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Alteraciones emocionales después de una lesión cerebral traumática
Project(s): H133A110004 , H133A120028
Author(s): James, Silas; Cory, Matthew
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: This graphic fact sheet provides information about the emotional changes that people with traumatic brain injury may experience. The causes and signs of emotional liability (mood swings), anxiety, depression, … For more see O20352 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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Cognitive contributions to differences in learning after moderate to severe traumatic brain injury
Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 37(10), 1074-1085 12 pages
Project(s): H133A070037 , H133P090009
Author(s): Chiou, Kathy S.; Sandry, Joshua; Chiaravalloti, Nancy D.
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the contribution of executive functioning and other cognitive processes to verbal learning after moderate to severe traumatic brain injury (TBI). It wash hypothesized that adults with … For more see J74079

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An RCT to treat learning impairment in traumatic brain injury: The TBI-MEM trial
Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair, 30(6), 593-550 12 pages
Project(s): H133A070037
Author(s): Chiaravalloti, Nancy D.; Sandry, Joshua; Moore, Nancy B.; DeLuca, John
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the efficacy of the modified Story Memory Technique (mSMT) to improve learning and memory in participants with traumatic brain injury (TBI). The mSMT is a behavioral intervention that teaches … For more see J74083

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Prognostic models for predicting posttraumatic seizures during acute hospitalization, and at 1 and 2 years following traumatic brain injury
Epilepsia 12 pages
Project(s): H133A120031 , H133A120035 , H133A120084 , H133A120087
Author(s): Ritter, Anne C.; Wagner, Amy K.; Szaflarski, Jerzy P.; Brooks, Maria M.; Zafonte, Ross D.; Pugh, Mary Jo V.; Fabio, Anthony; Hammond, Flora M.; Dreer, Laura E.; Bushnik, Tamara; Walker, William C.; Brown, Allen W.; Johnson-Green, Doug; Shea, Timothy; Krellman, Jason W.; Rosenthal, Joseph A.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study developed and internally validated preliminary prognostic regression models to predict Posttraumatic seizures (PTS) during acute care hospitalization, and at 1 year and 2 years after traumatic brain … For more see J74088

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Subconcussive blows to the head: A formative review of short-term clinical outcomes
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(3), 159-166 8 pages
Author(s): Belanger, Heather G.; Vanderploeg, Rodney D.; McAllister, Thomas
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: This formative review examined the developing literature on subconcussive blows in athletes, with an emphasis on clinical outcomes. Nine studies of biomechanical, performance and/or symptom-based, and … For more see J74089

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A telehealth approach to caregiver self-management following traumatic brain injury: A randomized controlled trial
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(3), 180-190 11 pages
Project(s): H133A070032
Author(s): Powell, Janet M.; Fraser, Robert; Brockway, Jo Ann; Temkin, Nancy ; Bell, Kathleen R.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined whether a telephone-based, individualized education and mentored problem-solving intervention would improve outcomes for caregivers of people with traumatic brain injury (TBI). One hundred … For more see J74090

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Associations between traumatic brain injury, suspected psychiatric condition, and unemployment in operation enduring freedom/operation Iraqi freedom veterans
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(3), 191-203 14 pages
Author(s): Pogoda, Terri K.; Stolzmann, Kelly L.; Iverson, Katherine M.; Baker, Errol; Krengel, Maxine; Lew, Henry L.; Amara, Jomana H.; Meterko, Mark
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the association of demographic characteristics, traumatic brain injury (TBI) history, suspected psychiatric conditions, and current neurobehavioral health symptoms with employment status … For more see J74091

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Cerebral blood flow during treadmill exercise is a marker of physiological postconcussion syndrome in female athletes
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(3), 215-224 10 pages
Author(s): Clausen, Mary; Pendergast, David R.; Willer, Barry; Leddy, John
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study evaluated the control of cerebral blood flow (CBF) during exercise in females with postconcussion syndrome (PCS). Participants were 9 female collegiate team athletes with PCS and a reference group … For more see J74092

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Evaluating the psychometric properties of 3 depression measures in a sample of persons with traumatic brain injury and major depressive disorder
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(3), 225-232 8 pages
Project(s): H133G070016
Author(s): Dyer, Joshua R.; Williams, Ryan; Bombardier, Charles H.; Vannoy, Steven; Fann, Jesse R.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study compared the psychometric properties of 3 widely used measures of depression in a sample of individuals with traumatic brain injury (TBI) and major depressive disorder and explored modifications … For more see J74093

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Influence of catechol-O-methylfransferase on executive functioning longitudinally after early childhood traumatic brain injury: Preliminary findings
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(3), E1-E9 9 pages
Author(s): Kurowski, Brad G.; Backeljauw, Barynia; Zang, Huaiyu; Zhang, Nanhua; Martin, Lisa J.; Pilipenko, Valentina; Yeates, Keith; Taylor, H. Gerry; Wade, Shari
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the association of a functional catechol-O-methyltransferase (COMT) genotype (rs4680) with recovery of executive functions up to 18 months after early childhood traumatic brain injury (TBI) … For more see J74094

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Executive functions deficits after severe traumatic brain injury: The GREFEX study
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(3), E10-E20 11 pages
Author(s): Azouvi, Philippe; Callat-Azouvi, Claire; Joseph, Pierre-Alian; Meulemans, Thierry; Bertola, Celine; Le Gall, Didier; Bellmann, Anne; Roussel, Martine; Coyette, Froncoise; Krier, Marianne; Franconie, Catherine; Bindschadler, Claire; Diouf, Momar; Godefroy, Olivier
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study assessed the sensitivity of traditional paper-and-pencil neuropsychological tests of executive functions and of a behavioral inventory in patients with chronic severe traumatic brain injury (TBI). … For more see J74095

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Emotion regulation after traumatic brain injury: Distinct patterns of sympathetic activity during anger expression and recognition
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(3), E21-E31 11 pages
Author(s): Aboulafia-Brakha, Tatiana; Allain, Philippe; Ptak, Radek
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study assessed psychological and psychophysiological correlates of emotion recognition and anger experience in participants with traumatic brain injury (TBI). Twenty participants with TBI presenting with … For more see J74096

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Use of visual cues by adults with traumatic brain injuries to interpret explicit and inferential information
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(3), E32-E41 10 pages
Author(s): Brown, Jessica A.; Hux, Karen; Knollman-Porter, Kelly; Wallace, Sarah E.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study compared the accuracy with which people with and without severe traumatic brain injury (TBI) interpreted information in contextually rich drawings. Fifteen adults with and 15 adults without severe … For more see J74097

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Loss to follow-up and social background in an inception cohort of patients with severe traumatic brain injury: Results from the PariS-TBI study
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(3), E42-E48 7 pages
Author(s): Jourdan, Claire; Bayen, Eleonore; Bahrami, Stephane; Ghout, Idir; Darnoux, Emmanuelle; Azerad, Sylvie; Ruet, Alexis; Vallat-Azouvi, Claire; Weiss, Jean-Jacques; Aegerter, Philippe; Mateo, Joaquim; Vigue, Bernard; Tazarourte, Karim; Pradat-Diehl, Pascale; Azouvi, Philippe
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study assessed determinants of loss to follow-up (FU) at 2 time points in an inception cohort of individuals with traumatic brain injury (TBI). The PariS-TBI study included 504 adults with severe TBI … For more see J74098

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Neurocognitive models of medical decision-making capacity in traumatic brain injury across injury severity
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(3), E49-E59 11 pages
Author(s): Triebel, Kristen L.; Novack, Thomas A.; Kennedy, Richard; Martin, Roy C.; Dreer, Laura E.; Raman, Rema; Marson, Daniel C.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study identified neurocognitive predictors of medical decision-making capacity (MDC) in participants with mild and moderate/severe traumatic brain injury (TBI). Sixty adult controls and 104 adults with … For more see J74099

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Awareness of subjective fatigue after moderate to severe traumatic brain injury
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(3), E60-E68 9 pages
Author(s): Chiou, Kathy S.; Chiaravalloti, Nancy D.; Wylie, Glenn R.; DeLuca, John; Genova, Helen M.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated awareness of subjective fatigue after traumatic brain injury (TBI) using self- and informant reports. Fourteen adults with moderate-to-severe TBI and 7 healthy controls (HCs) completed … For more see J74100

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Randomized trial of peripheral nerve stimulation to enhance constraint-induced therapy after stroke
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(6), 397-406 10 pages
Author(s): Carrico, Cheryl; Chelette II, Kenneth C.; Westgate, Philip M.; Salmon-Powell, Elizabeth; Nichols, Laurie; Sawaki, Lumy
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the effects of peripheral nerve stimulation (PNS) combined with a modi?ed form of constraint-induced therapy (mCIT) on upper-extremity movement function after stroke. Nineteen adult stroke … For more see J74108

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Using functional status in the acute hospital to predict discharge destination for stroke patients
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(6), 416-424 9 pages
Author(s): Roberts, Pamela; Mix, Jacqueline ; Rupp, Kelsey; Younan, Christina; Mui, WenLi; Riggs, Richard V.; Niewczyk, Paulette
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated whether functional status measured by the AcuteFIM instrument, a derivative of the Functional Independence Measure (FIM), can be used to predict discharge destination of stroke patients … For more see J74109

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Combining dopaminergic facilitation with robot-assisted upper limb therapy in stroke survivors: A focused review
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(6), 459-474 16 pages
Author(s): Tran, Duc A.; Pajaro-Blazquez, Marta; Daneault, Jean-Francois; Gallegos, Jaime G.; Pons, Jose; Fregni, Felipe; Bonato, Paolo; Zafonte, Ross
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Article critically reviews the rationale behind targeting multiple sites along the motor learning network by combining robotic therapy with pharmacotherapy and virtual reality-based reward learning to … For more see J74112

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Acute cognitive and physical rest may not improve concussion recovery time
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(4), 233-241 9 pages
Author(s): Buckely, Thomas A.; Munkasy, Barry A.; Clouse, Brandy P.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study evaluated the effectiveness of an acute period of cognitive and physical rest on concussion recovery time. Fifty college-aged student athletes with concussions were evaluated, 25 before and 25 after … For more see J74113

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Measurement error in the immediate postconcussion assessment and cognitive testing (ImPACT): Systematic review
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(4), 242-251 10 pages
Author(s): Alsalaheen, Bara; Stockdale, Kayla; Pechumer, Dana; Broglio, Steven P.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study reviewed the literature on the reliability of the Immediate Post-Concussion Assessment and Cognitive Testing (ImPACT). A systematic search of PubMed, CINAHL, and PSYCHINFO databases identified 5,943 … For more see J74114

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Oculomotor-based vision assessment in mild traumatic brain injury: A systematic review
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(4), 252-261 10 pages
Author(s): Hunt, Anne W.; Mah, Katherine; Reed, Nick; Engel, Lisa; Keightly, Michelle
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: This literature review was conducted to synthesize and appraise the evidence regarding the use of oculomotor-based vision assessment to identify and monitor recovery from mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI). … For more see J74115

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Return to physical activity timing and dual-task gait stability are associated 2 months following concussion
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(4), 262-268 7 pages
Author(s): Howell, David R.; Osternig, Louis R.; Christie, Anita D.; Chou, Li-Shan
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the relationship between physical activity resumption timing and gait stability 2 months following concussion. Twenty-nine individuals who sustained a concussion and were subsequently allowed … For more see J74116

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Sports-related concussion results in differential expression of nuclear factor-k B pathway genes in peripheral blood during the acute and subacute periods
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(4), 269-276 8 pages
Author(s): Gill, Jessnica; Merchant-Borna, Kian; Lee, Hyunhwa; Livingston, Whitney S.; Olivera, Anlys; Cashion, Ann; Wang, Dan; Bazarian, Jeffrey J.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined changes in global gene expression in peripheral leukocytes in the acute and subacute periods following a sports-related concussion (SRC) in athletes. Participants were 15 contact-sport … For more see J74117

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Persistent hypogonadotropic hypgonadism in men after severe traumatic brain injury: Temporal hormone profiles and outcome prediction
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(4), 277-287 11 pages
Project(s): H133A120087
Author(s): Barton, David J.; Kumar, Raj G.; McCullough, Emily H.; Galang, Gary; Arenth, Patricia M.; Berga, Sarah L.; Wagner, Amy K.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined relationships between persistent hypogonadotropic hypogonadism (PHH) and long-term outcomes after severe traumatic brain injury (TBI), and determined whether subacute testosterone levels … For more see J74118

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Vocational rehabilitation services and outcomes for transition-age youth with traumatic brain injuries
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(4), 288-295 8 pages
Project(s): H133A100007 , H133A130066
Author(s): Rumrill, Phillip; Wehman, Paul; Cimera, Robert; Kaya, Cahit; Dillard, Chad; Chan, Fong
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study evaluated the influence of demographic variables and vocational rehabilitation (VR) services on the employment outcomes of 1,546 transition-age youth (16-25 years of age) with traumatic brain injuries … For more see J74119

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Evidence-based practice for the use of internal strategies as a memory compensation technique after brain injury: A systematic review
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(4), E1-E11 11 pages
Author(s): O’Neil-Pirozzi, Therese M.; Kennedy, Mary R. T.; Sohlberg, McKay M.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: This study reviewed relevant literature to provide practice recommendations for the use of internal memory strategies with people who have brain injury. A systematic literature search to identified published … For more see J74120

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Therapy online: A web-based video support group for family caregivers of survivors with traumatic brain injury
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(4), E12-E20 9 pages
Author(s): Damianakis, Thecla; Tough, Alicia; Marziali, Elsa; Dawson, Deirdre R.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study explored the benefits of a traumatic brain injury (TBI) caregiver support group intervention provided using videoconferencing within a password-protected Web-based platform. Ten caregivers of family … For more see J74121

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Traumatic brain injury in spinal cord injury: Frequency and risk factors
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(4), E33-E42 10 pages
Author(s): Budisin, Nojana; Bradbury, Cheryl C. L. B.; Sharma, Bhanu; Hitzig, Sander L.; Mikulis, David; Craven, Cathy; McGilivray, Colleen; Corbie, Jasmine; Green, Robin E.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study reviewed past literature on traumatic brain injury (TBI) co-occurring with traumatic spinal cord injury (tSCI). Objectives were to: (1a) reexamine the frequency of dual diagnosis in a study designed … For more see J74122

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Responsiveness, minimal detectable change, and minimally clinically important differences for the disorders of consciousness scale
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(4), E43-E51 9 pages
Author(s): Mallinson, Trudy; Louise-Bender Pape, Theresa; Guernon, Ann
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the responsiveness, minimal detectable change (MDC), and minimally clinically important difference (MCID) of the Disorders of Consciousness Scale (DOCS-25) in patients with severe traumatic … For more see J74123

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Ankle plantarflexor spasticity does not restrict the recovery of ankle plantarflexor strength or ankle power generation for push-off during walking following traumatic brain injury
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(4), E52-E58 7 pages
Author(s): Williams, Gavin; Banky, Megan; Olver, John
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the impact of plantarflexor spasticity on muscle performance for Seventy-two ambulant people with traumatic brain injury (TBI) who were attending physiotherapy for mobility limitations. … For more see J74124

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Measuring neurobehavioral functioning in people with traumatic brain injury: Rasch analysis of neurobehavioral functioning inventory
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(4), E59-E68 10 pages
Author(s): Czuba, Karol J.; Kersten, Paula; Kayes, Nicola M.; Smith, Greta A.; Barker-Collo, Suzanne; Taylor, William J.; McPherson, Kathryn M.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the internal construct validity of the Neurobehavioral Functioning Inventory (NFI) by applying Rasch analysis to data collected from 108 people with traumatic brain injury (TBI) enrolled … For more see J74125

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Predictors of return to work intention among unemployed adults with multiple sclerosis: A reasoned action approach
Journal of Rehabilitation, 82(2), 14-24 11 pages
Author(s): Li, Jian; Roessler, Richard T.; Rumrill Jr., Phillip D.; Leslie, Mykal; Wang, Fangning
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the extent to which components of the reasoned action model predicted the intention to return to work among 381 unemployed adults with multiple sclerosis. Examined in a hierarchical … For more see J74127

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Perceptions of quality of employment outcomes after multiple sclerosis: A qualitative study
Journal of Rehabilitation, 82(2), 31-40 10 pages
Project(s): H133B130011
Author(s): Meade, Michelle; Reed, Karla S.; Rumrill, Phillip; Aust, Richard; Krause, James S.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study identified quality outcomes of employment, as defined by individuals with physical disability secondary to multiple sclerosis (MS) who worked at some point following their diagnosis. Eight focus … For more see J74129

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Barriers to and facilitators of employment among Americans with multiple sclerosis: Results of a qualitative focus group study
Journal of Rehabilitation, 82(2), 59-69 11 pages
Project(s): H133B130011
Author(s): Bogenschutz, Matthew; Inge, Katherine J.; Rumrill Jr., Phillip D.; Hinterlong, Pamelia C.; Seward, Hannah E.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study used phone-administered focus groups to investigate work -related experiences of a national sample of individuals with multiple sclerosis (MS). Using a conventional qualitative content analysis … For more see J74132

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Special issue: Rehabilitation implications of multiple sclerosis
Journal of Rehabilitation, 82(2), 1-72 72 pages
Author(s): Rumrill Jr., Phillip D. (Ed.)
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: The articles in this special journal issue address rehabilitation-related concerns voiced by people with multiple sclerosis (MS) as they attempt to resume or maintain employment. Topics include: medical, … For more see R09404

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The effectiveness of social communication partner training for adults with severe chronic TBI and their families using a measure of perceived communication ability
Neurorehabilitation, 38(3), 243-266 13 pages
Author(s): Togher, Leanne; McDOnald, Skye; Tate, Robyn; Rietdijk, Rachael; Power, Emma
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined whether treatment focused on improving the conversational skills of everyday communication partners of people with severe traumatic brain injury (TBI) using a program called TBI Express … For more see J74249

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Marital instability after brain injury: An exploratory analysis
Neurorehabilitation, 38(3), 271-279 9 pages
Project(s): H133A120031
Author(s): Kreutzer, Jeffrey S.; Sima, Adam P.; Marwitz, Jennifer H.; Lukow II, Herman R.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined marital stability after traumatic brain injury considering the perspectives of the patient and the uninjured partner and identified predictors of marital stability. Forty-two couples with … For more see J74250

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Treating male sexual dysfunction after traumatic brain injury: Two case reports
Neurorehabilitation, 38(3), 281-289 9 pages
Author(s): Simpson, Grahame K.; McCann, Brett; Lowy, Michael
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Article reports on the treatment of sexual dysfunction in two males with severe traumatic brain injury (TBI). Case one was treated for erectile dysfunction. After a medical examination which found no … For more see J74251

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Friendships and intimacy: Promoting the maintenance and development of relationships in residential neurorehabilitation
Neurorehabilitation, 38(3), 291-298 8 pages
Author(s): Palmer, Siobhan; Herbert, Camilla
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Article presents a framework for considering interventions around personal and intimate relationships post brain injury, taking into account the complexities of risk assessment and risk management. The … For more see J74252

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Social cognition and executive functioning predictors of supervisors’ appraisal of interpersonal behavior in the workplace following acquired brain injury
Neurorehabilitation, 38(3), 299-310 12 pages
Author(s): Yeates, Giles; Rowberry, Michelle; Dunne, Stephen; Goshawk, Michelle; Mahadevan, Mythreyi; Tyerman, Ruth; Salter, Mandy; Hillier, Martin; Berry, Alister,; Tyerman, Andy
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: This study aimed to study the relationship between social cognition and executive functioning difficulties and the perceptions of work supervisors’ appraisal of survivor interpersonal behavior and social … For more see J74253

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Psychometric properties of the child and adolescent scale of participation (CASP) across a 3-year period for children and youth with traumatic brain injury
Neurorehabilitation, 38(4), 311-319 9 pages
Author(s): Golos, Anat; Bedell, Gary
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the construct validity and internal consistency of the Child and Adolescent Scale of Participation (CASP) across a 3-year period. This longitudinal prospective cohort study included 926 … For more see J74254

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Does history of substance use disorder predict acute traumatic brain injury rehabilitation outcomes?
Neurorehabilitation, 38(4), 371-383 13 pages
Author(s): Niemeier, Janet P.; Leininger, Shelley L.; Whitney, Marybeth P.; Newman, Mark A.; Hirsch, Mark A.; Evans, Susan L.; Sing, Ronald F.; Huynh, Toan T.; Guerrier, Tami P.; Perrin, Paul B.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study explored whether premorbid substance use disorder (SUD) predicts acute traumatic brain injury (TBI) outcomes. One hundred forty-three participants with moderate (34.2 percent and severe (65.8 percent) … For more see J74258

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Balance confidence: A predictor of perceived physical function, perceived mobility, and perceived recovery 1 year after inpatient stroke rehabilitation
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(7), 1064-1071 8 pages
Author(s): Torkia, Caryne; Best, Krista L.; Miller, William C.; Eng, Janice J.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the effect of balance confidence measured at 1 month poststroke rehabilitation on perceived physical function, mobility, and stroke recovery 12 months later. Sixty-nine community-dwelling … For more see J74263

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Validity of single-item patient-rated outcomes in adolescent football athletes with concussion
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(7), 1202-1205 4 pages
Author(s): Valier, Alison R.; Welch Bacon, Cailee E.; Bay, R. Curtis; Houston, Megan N.; Valovich McLeod, Tamara C.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the longitudinal and concurrent validity of single-item patient-rated outcomes (PROs) in adolescent football athletes with concussion. Ninety-four male adolescent interscholastic athletes … For more see J74277

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Non-invasive brain stimulation and robot-assisted gait training after incomplete spinal cord injury: A randomized pilot study
NeuroRehabilitation, 38(1), 15-25 11 pages
Author(s): Raithatha, Ravi; Carrico, Cheryl; Powell, Elizabeth S.; Westgate, Philip M.; Chelette II, Kenneth C.; Lee, Kara; Dunsmore, Laura; Salles, Sara; Sawaki, Lumy
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated whether active transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) paired with locomotor training with a robot-assisted gait orthosis (LT-RGO) improves lower-extremity motor function more … For more see J74143

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Can cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia also treat fatigue, pain, and mood symptoms in individuals with traumatic brain injury? — A multiple case report
NeuroRehabilitation, 38(1), 59-69 11 pages
Author(s): Lu, William; Krellman, Jason W.; Dijkers, Marcel P.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Article reviews the use of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I) for three participants with traumatic brain injuries (TBI) of different severities. CBT-I is a manualized treatment that effectively … For more see J74145

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Cognitive functioning following traumatic brain injury: A five-year follow-up
NeuroRehabilitation, 38(1), 71-78 8 pages
Author(s): Marsh, Nigel V.; Ludbrook, Maria R.; Gaffaney, Lauren C.,
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study determined the long-term prevalence and severity of cognitive deficits following significant (i.e., ventilation required for >24 hours) traumatic brain injury by assessing a comprehensive range … For more see J74146

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Transfer effects of errorless goal management training on cognitive function and quality of life in brain-injured persons
NeuroRehabilitation, 38(1), 79-84 6 pages
Author(s): Bertens, Dirk; Kessels, Roy P. C.; Boelen, Danielle H. E.; Fasotti, Luciano
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the additional effects of an errorless Goal Management Training (GMT) on cognitive function and quality of life after acquired brain injury (ABI). This is a supplementary analysis of … For more see J74147

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Bio-psycho-social effects of a coordinated neurorehabilitation programme: A naturalistic mixed methods study
NeuroRehabilitation, 38(2), 99-113 15 pages
Author(s): Glintborg, Chalotte; Hansen, Tia G. B.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated bio-psycho-social outcomes and perceptions of a coordinated rehabilitation program. In a prospective, naturalistic mixed methods study, rehabilitation outcomes for 82 adults (18–66 … For more see J74149

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Effect of normal-walking-pattern-based functional electrical stimulation on gait of the lower extremity in subjects with ischemic stroke: A self controlled study
NeuroRehabilitation, 38(2), 163-169 7 pages
Author(s): Xu, Benlei; Yan, Tiebin; Yang, Yuanle; Ou, Ruiqing; Huang, Shuping
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study assessed the efficacy of walking-pattern-based four-channel functional electrical stimulation (FES) and its influence on the gait features of stroke patients with hemiplegia. The walking gaits of … For more see J74152

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Evidence summary and recommendations for improved communication during care transitions
Rehabilitation Nursing, 41(3), 135-148 14 pages
Author(s): Jackson, Patricia D.; Biggins, Mary S.; Cowan, Linda; French, Brenda; Hopkins, Sherry L.; Uphold, Constance R.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study conducted to summarize the evidence and present recommendations for facilitating effective transitions of patient care within the complex Veterans Affairs (VA) Polytrauma System of Care. Selected … For more see J74160

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The molecular pathophysiology of concussive brain injury — an update
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinics of North America, 27(2), 373-393 21 pages
Author(s): Barkhoudarian, Garni; Hovda, David A.; Giza, Christopher C.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: This article updates our previously published article with additional focus on metabolic vulnerability to repeat injury, advanced imaging modalities assessing postconcussive outcomes, chronic changes … For more see J74164

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Sideline management of concussion
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinics of North America, 27(2), 395-409 15 pages
Author(s): Hyden, John; Petty, Benjamin
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Concussion associated with sport is a common occurrence. The sideline assessment of concussion focuses on 4 areas: cognitive ability, balance, associated symptoms, and visual tracking. Tools available … For more see J74165

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Neuroimaging of concussion
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinics of North America, 27(2), 411-428 18 pages
Author(s): Honce, Justin M.; Nyberg, Eric; Jones, Isaac; Nagae, Lidia
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: This review focuses on the role for neuroimaging in the concussed patient and describes the recommended practices related to imaging in concussion. This discussion first focuses on the exclusion of severe … For more see J74166

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Returning to school following sport-related concussion
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinics of North America, 27(2), 429-436 8 pages
Author(s): Iverson, Grant L.; Gioia, Gerard A.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: This article provides recommendations, strategies, and a general approach to support the return to school of students following concussion. Ideally, local policies for return to school are in place to … For more see J74167

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Active rehabilitation of concussion and post-concussion syndrome
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinics of North America, 27(2), 437-454 18 pages
Author(s): Leddy, John J.; Baker, John G.; Willer, Barry
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Article discusses the rationale for the active treatment of concussion and post-concussion syndrome (PCS). Patients with concussion are advised to rest until all symptoms resolve. Recent research suggests … For more see J74168

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Managing patients with prolonged recovery following concussion
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinics of North America, 27(2), 455-474 20 pages
Author(s): Phillips, Mary M.; Reddy, Cara C.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Article reviews the available evidence on the treatment of patients with persistent symptoms following a concussion. Most individuals who experience concussion can expect full recoveries within the weeks … For more see J74169

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The role of neuropsychological evaluation in the clinical management of concussion
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinics of North America, 27(2), 475-486 12 pages
Author(s): Connery, Amy K.; Peterson, Robin L.; Baker, David A.; Randolph, Christopher; Kirkwood, Maichael W.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Because the etiology of persistent symptoms after concussion is often complex and multifactorial, neuropsychological evaluation can be a useful intervention when a patient is not progressing as expected. … For more see J74170

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Retirement and activity restrictions following concussion
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinics of North America, 27(2), 487-501 15 pages
Author(s): Laker, Scott R.; Meron, Adele; Greher, Michael R.; Wilson, Julie
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Return-to-play decisions in the setting of multiple concussions, prolonged recovery, or structural abnormalities should be individualized based on thorough history, imaging, medical workup, and specialist … For more see J74171

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Potential long-term consequences of concussive and subconcussive injury
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinics of North America, 27(2), 503-511 9 pages
Author(s): Huber, Bertrand R.; Alosco, Michael L.; Stein, Thor D.; McKee, Ann C.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Individuals with a history of repetitive head impacts are at risk for developing chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE). CTE is a unique neurodegenerative disorder characterized by perivascular deposits … For more see J74172

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Effects of legislation on sports-related concussion
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinics of North America, 27(2), 513-527 15 pages
Author(s): Concannon, Leah G.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Current concussion legislation centers on the following three points: Education of athletes, parents, and coaches; removal from practice or play for suspected concussion; and clearance by a health care … For more see J74173

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History of depression and frontostriatal connectivity during reward processing in late adolescent boys
Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology, 45(1), 59-68 10 pages
Project(s): H133P140023
Author(s): Morgan, Judith K.; Shaw, Daniel S.; Olino, Thomas M.; Messelman, Samuel C.; Kurapati, Nikhil T.; Forbes, Erika E.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study evaluated functional connectivity between the nucleus accumbens and medial prefrontal cortex (mPFC) in a sample of 166 ethnically diverse boys with and without a history of depression. Participants … For more see J74350

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The Effects of Social Reinforcement and Faded Prompts on the Behavior of Taking a Seat and Following Directions of a Child with Developmental Disabilities
Author(s): Jung, Hee Jin; Yang, Myoung Hee
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: Study was to examine the effects of social reinforcement and faded prompts on promoting the behavior of taking a seat and following directions in a 5 year old boy with developmental disabilities at day … For more see I242294

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TBI news & views
Project(s): H133A120030
Author(s): Murphy, Carolann (Ed.)
Author Institution: Northern New Jersey Traumatic Brain Injury Model System (NNJTBIS), Kessler Foundation, New Jersey
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: This newsletter is published semi-annually by the Northern New Jersey Traumatic Brain Injury Model System (NNJTBIS) for people with traumatic brain injuries (TBI) and their families. In this issue: (1) … For more see O20324 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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Information product testing: Results from cognitive testing of memory and traumatic brain injury (TBI) factsheet
Project(s): H133A110004
Author(s): Mitchell, Denise
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Report presents the results of the cognitive testing of a factsheet on memory after traumatic brain injury (TBI). The factsheet was created for consumers, including people with TBI and their families. … For more see O20340 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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A telehealth approach to caregiver self-management following traumatic brain injury: A randomized controlled trial
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(3), 180-190 11 pages
Project(s): H133A070032
Author(s): Powell, Janet M.; Fraser, Robert; Brockway, Jo Ann; Temkin, Nancy ; Bell, Kathleen R.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined whether a telephone-based, individualized education and mentored problem-solving intervention would improve outcomes for caregivers of people with traumatic brain injury (TBI). One hundred … For more see J74090

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Therapy online: A web-based video support group for family caregivers of survivors with traumatic brain injury
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(4), E12-E20 9 pages
Author(s): Damianakis, Thecla; Tough, Alicia; Marziali, Elsa; Dawson, Deirdre R.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study explored the benefits of a traumatic brain injury (TBI) caregiver support group intervention provided using videoconferencing within a password-protected Web-based platform. Ten caregivers of family … For more see J74121

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Information needs of family caregivers of people with dementia
Rehabilitation Nursing, 41(3), 162-169 8 pages
Author(s): Steiner, Victoria; Pierce, Linda L.; Salvador, Diane
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated family caregivers’ information needs as perceived by home care workers and the caregivers themselves. The two groups of care providers were given a list of 48 items and asked to choose … For more see J74162

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An Assistance Evaluation Method Based on Chronological Changes in the Assistance Provided by a Helper: A Behavioral Analysis of Transfer Assistance Provided by a Helper for a Disabled Elderly Person with Dementia
Author(s): MORIHIRO TSUJISITA; KAZUHIKO KOBAYASHI
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: Study used behavioral theory to analyze the relevance of an evaluation method assessing performance levels of care recipients who receive assistance from a helper, using the task of a transfer from wheelchair … For more see I242398

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Analysis of Domestic Research Trends Related to International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health(ICF)
Author(s): Kim, Si Won; Kim, Jeong Youn
Year: 2015
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MSKTC headlines: June 2015
Project(s): H133A110004
Author Institution: Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC)
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: Newsletter from the Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC) provides information about spinal cord injury (SCI), traumatic burn injury (TBI), and burn injury model systems. In this issue: (1) … For more see O20312 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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MSKTC headlines: July 2015
Project(s): H133A110004
Author Institution: Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC)
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: Newsletter from the Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC) provides information about spinal cord injury (SCI), traumatic burn injury (TBI), and burn injury model systems. In this issue: (1) … For more see O20313

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MSKTC headlines: August 2015
Project(s): H133A110004
Author Institution: Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC)
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: Newsletter from the Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC) provides information about spinal cord injury (SCI), traumatic burn injury (TBI), and burn injury model systems. In this issue: (1) … For more see O20314 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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MSKTC headlines: September 2015
Project(s): H133A110004
Author Institution: Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC)
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: Newsletter from the Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC) provides information about spinal cord injury (SCI), traumatic burn injury (TBI), and burn injury model systems. In this issue: (1) … For more see O20315 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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MSKTC headlines: October 2015
Project(s): H133A110004
Author Institution: Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC)
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: Newsletter from the Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC) provides information about spinal cord injury (SCI), traumatic burn injury (TBI), and burn injury model systems. In this issue: (1) … For more see O20316 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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MSKTC headlines: November 2015
Project(s): H133A110004
Author Institution: Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC)
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: Newsletter from the Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC) provides information about spinal cord injury (SCI), traumatic burn injury (TBI), and burn injury model systems. In this issue: (1) … For more see O20317

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MSKTC headlines: December 2015
Project(s): H133A110004
Author Institution: Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC)
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: Newsletter from the Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC) provides information about spinal cord injury (SCI), traumatic burn injury (TBI), and burn injury model systems. In this issue: (1) … For more see O20318

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MSKTC headlines: January 2016
Project(s): H133A110004
Author Institution: Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC)
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Newsletter from the Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC) provides information about spinal cord injury (SCI), traumatic burn injury (TBI), and burn injury model systems. In this issue: (1) … For more see O20319 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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MSKTC headlines: February 2016
Project(s): H133A110004
Author Institution: Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC)
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Newsletter from the Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC) provides information about spinal cord injury (SCI), traumatic burn injury (TBI), and burn injury model systems. In this issue: (1) … For more see O20320 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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MSKTC headlines: March 2016
Project(s): H133A110004
Author Institution: Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC)
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Newsletter from the Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC) provides information about spinal cord injury (SCI), traumatic burn injury (TBI), and burn injury model systems. In this issue: (1) … For more see O20321 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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MSKTC headlines: April 2016
Project(s): H133A110004
Author Institution: Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC)
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Newsletter from the Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC) provides information about spinal cord injury (SCI), traumatic burn injury (TBI), and burn injury model systems. In this issue: (1) … For more see O20322 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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MSKTC headlines: May 2016
Project(s): H133A110004
Author Institution: Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC)
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Newsletter from the Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC) provides information about spinal cord injury (SCI), traumatic burn injury (TBI), and burn injury model systems. In this issue: (1) … For more see O20323 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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The national institute on disability, independent living, and rehabilitation research burn model system: Twenty years of contributions to clinical service and research
Journal of Burn Care And Research (formerly Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation) 14 pages
Project(s): H133A120034
Author(s): Goverman, Jeremy; Mathews, Katie; Holavanahalli, Radha K.; Vardanian, Andrew; Herndon, David N.; Meyer, Walter J.; Kowalske, Karen; Fauerbach, Jim; Gibran, Nicole S.; Carrougher, Gretchen J.; Amtmann, Dagmar; Schneider, Jeffrey C.; Ryan, Colleen M.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Article examines the output from each component of the Burn Model System (BMS) program over the past two decades. The National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research … For more see J74077

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The Mediated Effects of Ego-Resilience in the Relationship Between Social Support of College Students with Disabilities and Career Decision Making Self-Efficacy
Author(s): Ham, Yun Jeong; Ham, Yun Jeong
Year: 2015
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Effects of a Symmetry Memory Strategy on the Retrieval of Children with Intellectual Disabilities
Author(s): Hwang, Jung Bo; Jung, Hwa Shik
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the effects of repetitive performance training of symmetry tasks on memory retrieval. Sixty-seven elementary school students (fourth, fifth, and sixth graders) with intellectual disabilities … For more see I242290

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Multiple Mediator Effect of Career Decision-Making Self-Efficacy and Career Barriers on the relation of Disability Identity and Career Decision-Making for University Students with Disabilities
Author(s): Lee, Mun Joung; Park, Bong Gil
Year: 2014
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Analyzing the Quality of Secondary Special Education Program for Students with Intellectual Disabilities based on Transition Services Program: A Mixed Method Study
Author(s): Park, Yung Keun
Year: 2014
… For more see I242309

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Content Validity of Functional Communication Index-Vocational Evaluation
Author(s): Han, Ji Yeon; Park, Kyung Soon
Year: 2014
… For more see I242313

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A Discussion of Special Education Research Task on the School Age of Students with Developmental Disabilities for Independent Living in Future Adulthood
Author(s): Kim, Young Jun; Do, Myung Ae
Year: 2014
… For more see I242315

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The Effect of A Combined Functional Electrical Stimulation with Progressive Speed Treadmill Training for Gait and Balance Performance in Stroke Survivors
Author(s): Jeon, Gwang Yol; Choi, Won Jae; Lee, Seung Won
Year: 2014
… For more see I242318

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The Effects of Neurofeedback training on Cognitive function and Self-efficacy for Traumatic brain injury patients
Author(s): Yoo, Kyong Jin; Song, Seung Il; Lee, Jong Min
Year: 2014
… For more see I242321

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Impact of Deaf Identity of The Youth with Hearing Impairment on Career Barrier; Focusing on mediating effect of career attitude maturity
Author(s): Lee, Jin Sook; Choi, Eun Yeong; Kong, Maria
Year: 2014
… For more see I242322

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An Exploratory Study on National Education Laws and Plans and Career Education Improvement Directions for Students with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
Author(s): Kim, Jinho H.
Year: 2016
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A Study on the Influence Factors of the Career Identity and Life Satisfaction for Adolescent
Author(s): Park, Ji Soon
Year: 2016
… For more see I242324

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Effects of task-oriented postural control training on the postural control, Balance and ADL in patients with sub-acute stroke
Author(s): Kang, Tae Woo; Kim, Tae Yoon
Year: 2016
… For more see I242327

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The Effect of Job-related Accommodation Experience on Acceptance of Disability, Job Satisfaction and Life Satisfaction for Rehabilitation of Workers with Disabilities
Author(s): J. S. Park
Year: 2015
… For more see I242341

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A Study on u-Learning based IT Vocational Education Contents Development of the Deaf Using HTML5
Author(s): Rhee, K. M.; Kim, D. O.
Year: 2015
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Development of Digital Textbook for Middle School Career and Vocational Education of Basic Curriculum
Author(s): M. O. Ryu; S. J. Moon; J. A. No
Year: 2015
… For more see I242344

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The Effect of 3-D Spine Stabilization Training on Trunk Muscle Strength and Body Composition in Elderly
Author(s): D. H. Kim; S. B. Seo; H. C. Jung
Year: 2015
… For more see I242334

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A Study on the Determinants Affecting Employment of the Unemployed Disabled
Author(s): B. S. Gang; D. M. Yeum
Year: 2015
… For more see I242336

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The Effects of the Disability Anti-Discrimination Law on the Job Tenure of Disabled Workers : Focusing on the Mediating Effects of Job Satisfaction
Author(s): Lee Jee-soo; Seo Jeong-hee
Year: 2014
… For more see I242374

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Exploring the Components of Vocational key Competences for Students with Intellectual Disabilities and Their Contents
Author(s): Lee Yun-woo; Han Kyoung-gun
Year: 2014
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The Influence of Disability Discrimination on Job Satisfaction of Wage Earners with Disabilities : Focused on the Mediating Effect of Job Stability and Working Environment Safety
Author(s): Song Jinyeong
Year: 2014
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Effects of Career Stress to the Career Decision-Making Self-Efficacy of College Students with Disabilities – Focused on the Moderating Effects of Social Supports
Author(s): Jeong Weoncheol; Kim Jinyoung
Year: 2014
… For more see I242385

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The Effects of Literary Therapy Program based on SST by Using Picture Cards on ADHD of Adolescents for EBD
Author(s): Kim, Sungbum
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the effectiveness of using literary therapy program based on SST (Social Skills Training) by using picture cards to decrease attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in adolescents … For more see I242286

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Causality analysis between depression and unemployment for individuals with disabilities – verification on the effect of autoregressive cross-lagged model
Author(s): Hwang, Ju-Hee; Kim, Hong-Mo; Chun, Doing-Il
Year: 2014
… For more see I242265

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The Effects of Disability Acceptance, Disability Identity, and Social Support on Nontraditional Career Self-efficacy and Career Interest of The Disabled – Social Cognitive Career Theory Model –
Author(s): Eum, Jeung Hae; Yang, Eun Joo
Year: 2016
… For more see I242241

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An Analysis of Personally Made Decision Factors in the Special Education Curriculum
Author(s): Park, Sang Hee
Year: 2015
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A Study on the Influence of Reasonable Accommodation on the Employment Probability and Job Retention of the People with Disabilities
Author(s): Jun, Young H.
Year: 2016
… For more see I242268

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The Effect of Employment Services on Job Retention Using Propensity Score Matching and Recurrent Event Survival Analysis for Individuals with Disabilities
Author(s): Kim, Young-Sik; Jeong, So-Ra; Kim, Kyoung-Sun
Year: 2014
… For more see I242271

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A study on the effect of the discrimination in theworkplace on life satisfaction through mediatedmoderating effect and moderated mediation effect :Focused on the job satisfaction and self-esteem
Author(s): Lee, Seong-Dae; Yeum, Dong-Moon
Year: 2014
… For more see I242273

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Analysis of Career Development and Transition Programs for Adolescents with Disabilities
Author(s): Lee, Seol-Hee; Park, Eun-Hye; Lee, Young-Sun
Year: 2014
… For more see I242275

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Development and Validation of the Job Development Efficacy Scale for Korean Rehabilitation Professionals
Author(s): Kim Seong-hwe
Year: 2015
… For more see I242204

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The Influence of Employment Pathway on Vocational Quality for People with Disabilities
Author(s): Kim Bumgyu; Kim Eona; Nam Yonghyeon; Kim Yongtak
Year: 2015
… For more see I242207

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An Exploratory Study on Diagnostic Effectiveness of the Vocational Function Screening Test
Author(s): Jeong Sora; Lee Jaeho; Jang Seyoung; Kim Dongil
Year: 2015
… For more see I242208

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The Factors Influencing Perceived Discrimination of Persons with Disabilities in Daily Living, Job Search, and Workplace
Author(s): Kwak Jeeyoung; Shin Eunkyoung
Year: 2015
… For more see I242209

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Impact of Job Satisfaction on Quality of Life for the Disabled : Focusing on the Moderating Effect of Job Suitability and Discrimination Experience Due to Disability
Author(s): Kim Dongchu; Park Kwangpyo
Year: 2015
… For more see I242211

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The Subjective Perception of the Social Worker on the Work (Labor) of People with Developmental Disabilities : Application of Q Methodology
Author(s): Choi Mungyeong Choi Mungyeong
Year: 2015
… For more see I242212

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Differences and Correlation Between Subfactors of Career and Occupational Awareness of Students with Development Disabilities Who Participated in a Career Camp
Author(s): Jeong Soyoung
Year: 2015
… For more see I242213

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The Main Effect and Interaction Effect that Impact on People with Disabilities’ Job Success Factors on the Co-Workers’ Judgement
Author(s): Na Yonggi
Year: 2015
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Recognition of Special Education Teachers and Parents on the Job and Job Adjustment of Post-Secondary Students with Intellectual Disabilities
Author(s): Kim Jinhee; Choi Jinhyeok; Han Yoonseon
Year: 2016
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The Trends of Effects of the Disability Anti-Discrimination Law on the Job Tenure of Disabled Workers: Focused on Longitudinal Effects of the Prohibition against Direct Discriminations and Provision with Reasonable Accommodations
Author(s): Hwang Jaewon; Seo Jeonghee
Year: 2016
… For more see I242198

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A Study on the Entry Possibilities of the Labor Market of Persons with Disabilities in the Types of Disability
Author(s): Nam, Jeong Hwi
Year: 2015
… For more see I242155

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Determinants of Part-Time Work and Preference to Work More Hours of People with Disabilities
Author(s): Ryu, Jeong Jin
Year: 2014
… For more see I242156

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Personal competencies for college and career success
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: This guide provides suggestions about various strategies postsecondary professionals can use to assist students with disabilities in developing personal competencies that will increase their chances of … For more see O20362

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Exploring the work lives of adults with serious mental illness from a vocational psychology perspective
Journal of Counseling Psychology, 62(4), 642-654 13 pages
Project(s): H133P070001
Author(s): Millner, Uma C.; Rogers, Erna S.; Block, Philippe; Costa, William; Pritchett, Sharon; Woods, Tracy
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: This study explored the perspectives on work of adults with serious mental illness, compared perspectives of young and older adults, and assessed these perspectives for the applicability of a well-established … For more see J74086

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Assume nothing! A monograph from the 38th institute on rehabilitation issues to address underserved populations, including individuals who are deaf-blind
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: This publication gives professionals at all levels within the vocational rehabilitation system practical guidance and concrete recommendations on how to begin to change the status quo for people of color … For more see O20222

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Associations between traumatic brain injury, suspected psychiatric condition, and unemployment in operation enduring freedom/operation Iraqi freedom veterans
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(3), 191-203 14 pages
Author(s): Pogoda, Terri K.; Stolzmann, Kelly L.; Iverson, Katherine M.; Baker, Errol; Krengel, Maxine; Lew, Henry L.; Amara, Jomana H.; Meterko, Mark
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the association of demographic characteristics, traumatic brain injury (TBI) history, suspected psychiatric conditions, and current neurobehavioral health symptoms with employment status … For more see J74091

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Vocational rehabilitation services and outcomes for transition-age youth with traumatic brain injuries
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(4), 288-295 8 pages
Project(s): H133A100007 , H133A130066
Author(s): Rumrill, Phillip; Wehman, Paul; Cimera, Robert; Kaya, Cahit; Dillard, Chad; Chan, Fong
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study evaluated the influence of demographic variables and vocational rehabilitation (VR) services on the employment outcomes of 1,546 transition-age youth (16-25 years of age) with traumatic brain injuries … For more see J74119

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Perceptions of quality of employment outcomes after multiple sclerosis: A qualitative study
Journal of Rehabilitation, 82(2), 31-40 10 pages
Project(s): H133B130011
Author(s): Meade, Michelle; Reed, Karla S.; Rumrill, Phillip; Aust, Richard; Krause, James S.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study identified quality outcomes of employment, as defined by individuals with physical disability secondary to multiple sclerosis (MS) who worked at some point following their diagnosis. Eight focus … For more see J74129

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Barriers to and facilitators of employment among Americans with multiple sclerosis: Results of a qualitative focus group study
Journal of Rehabilitation, 82(2), 59-69 11 pages
Project(s): H133B130011
Author(s): Bogenschutz, Matthew; Inge, Katherine J.; Rumrill Jr., Phillip D.; Hinterlong, Pamelia C.; Seward, Hannah E.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study used phone-administered focus groups to investigate work -related experiences of a national sample of individuals with multiple sclerosis (MS). Using a conventional qualitative content analysis … For more see J74132

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Special issue: Rehabilitation implications of multiple sclerosis
Journal of Rehabilitation, 82(2), 1-72 72 pages
Author(s): Rumrill Jr., Phillip D. (Ed.)
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: The articles in this special journal issue address rehabilitation-related concerns voiced by people with multiple sclerosis (MS) as they attempt to resume or maintain employment. Topics include: medical, … For more see R09404

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Social cognition and executive functioning predictors of supervisors’ appraisal of interpersonal behavior in the workplace following acquired brain injury
Neurorehabilitation, 38(3), 299-310 12 pages
Author(s): Yeates, Giles; Rowberry, Michelle; Dunne, Stephen; Goshawk, Michelle; Mahadevan, Mythreyi; Tyerman, Ruth; Salter, Mandy; Hillier, Martin; Berry, Alister,; Tyerman, Andy
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: This study aimed to study the relationship between social cognition and executive functioning difficulties and the perceptions of work supervisors’ appraisal of survivor interpersonal behavior and social … For more see J74253

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Effects of an employer-based intervention on employment outcomes for youth with significant support needs due to autism
Autism 15 pages
Author(s): Wehman, Paul; Schall, Carol M.; McDonough, Jennifer; Graham, Carolyn; Brooke, Valerie; Riehle, J. Erin; Brooke, Alissa; Ham, Whitney; Lau, Stephanie; Allen, Jacklyn; Avellone, Lauren
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study developed and investigated an employer-based 9-month intervention for high school youth with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) to learn job skills and acquire employment. The intervention modified … For more see J74348

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Using “the burns suite” as a novel high fidelity simulation tool for interprofessional and teamwork training
Journal of Burn Care And Research (formerly Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation), 37(4), 235-242 8 pages
Author(s): Sadideen, Hazim; Wilson, David; Moiemen, Naiem; Kneebone, Roger
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study explored the applicability of “The Burns Suite” (TBS) as a tool to improve simulation-based team training (SBTT) and interprofessional education for burn care clinicians and nurses. TBS represents … For more see J74104

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Understanding work-related musculoskeletal injuries in rehabilitation from a nursing perspective
Rehabilitation Nursing, 41(2), 91-100 10 pages
Author(s): Bhimani, Rozina
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: The incidence and prevalence of work-related musculoskeletal nursing injuries is a top concern for nurses. These injuries are thought to be a dynamic interplay of multiple factors. A literature review … For more see J74157

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Strength training to contraction failure increases voluntary activation of the quadriceps muscle shortly after total knee arthroplasty: A cross-sectional study
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(3), 194-203 10 pages
Author(s): Mikkelsen, Elin K.; Jakobsen, Thomas L.; Holsgaard-Larsen, Anders; Bandholm, Thomas
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the voluntary activation of the quadriceps muscle during one set of knee extensions performed until contraction failure in patients shortly after total knee arthroplasty (TKA). Twenty-four … For more see J74020

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Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation for management of limb spasticity: A systematic review
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(4), 309-318 10 pages
Author(s): Mills, Patricia B.; Dossa, Farhana
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: This systematic review examined the effect of transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) for management of limb spasticity. Electronic databases were searched to identify relevant randomized controlled … For more see J74030

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Smartphone-based visual feedback trunk control training using a gyroscope and mirroring technology for stroke patients: Single-blinded, randomized clinical trial of efficacy and feasibility
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(5), 319-329 11 pages
Author(s): Shin, Doo C.; Song, Chang H.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study assessed the preliminary efficacy and feasibility of smartphone-based visual feedback trunk control training (SPVFTCT) for improving balance and trunk performance in stroke patients. Twenty-four … For more see J74032

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Know your rights: Students with ADHD
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: This fact sheet explains the rights of students with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and the school district’s legal obligations under a Federal civil rights law that prohibits disability … For more see O20357

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Upper extremity inverse dynamics model for Lofstrand crutch-assisted gait in children with osteogenesis imperfecta
In Peter A. Smith, Frank Rauch, Gerald F. Harris, eds. Transitional Care in Osteogenesis Imperfecta. Chicago, IL: Shriners Hospitals for Children; 2015, 345-370 26 pages
Project(s): H133E100007
Author(s): Slavens, Brooke A.; Bhagchandani, Neha; Wang, Mei; Smith, Peter A.; Harris, Gerald F.
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: Chapter describes the development of a three-dimensional (3D) biomechanical model to quantify upper extremity (UE) kinematics and kinetics during Lofstrand crutch-assisted gait in children with osteogenesis … For more see J74072

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Knowing what we’re doing: Why specification of treatment methods is critical for evidence-based practice in speech-language pathology
American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology: A Journal of Clinical Practice (AJSLP), 25(2), 164-171 8 pages
Project(s): H133A080053
Author(s): Turkstra, Lyn S.; Norman, Rocio; Whyte, John; Dijkers, Marcel P.; Hart, Tessa
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Article describes the conceptual framework of the multidisciplinary rehabilitation treatment taxonomy (RTT) and illustrates its potential use in speech-language pathology (SLP) clinical practice and research. … For more see J74087

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A telehealth approach to caregiver self-management following traumatic brain injury: A randomized controlled trial
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(3), 180-190 11 pages
Project(s): H133A070032
Author(s): Powell, Janet M.; Fraser, Robert; Brockway, Jo Ann; Temkin, Nancy ; Bell, Kathleen R.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined whether a telephone-based, individualized education and mentored problem-solving intervention would improve outcomes for caregivers of people with traumatic brain injury (TBI). One hundred … For more see J74090

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Eccentric training improves ankle evertor and dorsiflexor strength and propprioception in functionally unstable ankles
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(6), 448-458 11 pages
Author(s): Hanci, Erdal; Sekir, Ufuk; Gur, Hakan; Akova, Bedrettin
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the effects of a combined eccentric-concentric exercise program of the ankle evertors and dorsi?exors on proprioception in functionally unstable ankles. Thirteen male recreational athletes … For more see J74111

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Therapy online: A web-based video support group for family caregivers of survivors with traumatic brain injury
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(4), E12-E20 9 pages
Author(s): Damianakis, Thecla; Tough, Alicia; Marziali, Elsa; Dawson, Deirdre R.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study explored the benefits of a traumatic brain injury (TBI) caregiver support group intervention provided using videoconferencing within a password-protected Web-based platform. Ten caregivers of family … For more see J74121

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The effectiveness of social communication partner training for adults with severe chronic TBI and their families using a measure of perceived communication ability
Neurorehabilitation, 38(3), 243-266 13 pages
Author(s): Togher, Leanne; McDOnald, Skye; Tate, Robyn; Rietdijk, Rachael; Power, Emma
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined whether treatment focused on improving the conversational skills of everyday communication partners of people with severe traumatic brain injury (TBI) using a program called TBI Express … For more see J74249

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Evaluation of a four month rehabilitation program for stroke patients with balance problems and binocular visual dysfunctions
Neurorehabilitation, 38(4), 331-341 11 pages
Author(s): Schow, Trine; Harris, Paul; Teasdale, Thomas W.; Rasmussen, Morten A.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study evaluated the effect of a four-month rehabilitation program for individuals with balance problems and binocular visual dysfunction (BVD) after a stroke. About 40 sessions of 1.5 hours duration over … For more see J74255

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Effects of robot-assisted gait training on spatiotemporal gait parameters and balance in patients with chronic stroke: A randomized controlled pilot trial
Neurorehabilitation, 38(4), 343-349 7 pages
Author(s): Bang, Dae-Hyouk; Shin, Won-Seob
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study compared the effects of robot-assisted gait training (RAGT) versus treadmill gait training (TGT) on spatiotemporal gait parameters, balance, and activities-specific balance confidence with stroke … For more see J74256

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Survey of U.S. practitioners on the validity of the Medicare functional classification level system and utility of clinical outcome measures for aiding K-level assignment
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(7), 1053-1063 11 pages
Author(s): Borrenpohl, Dylan; Kaluf, Brian; Major, Matthew J.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study explored the opinion of prosthetic clinicians regarding the Medicare Functional Classification Level (MFCL) assignment process to classify the mobility and rehabilitation potential of patients with … For more see J74262

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Stability and workload of the virtual reality-based simulator-2
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(7), 1085-1092 8 pages
Author(s): Kamaraj, Deepan C.; Dicianno, Brad E.; Mahajan, Harshal P.; Buhari, Alhaji M.; Cooper, Rory A.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study assessed the stability of clinicians’ and users’ rating of electric-powered wheelchair (EPW) driving while using 4 different human-machine interfaces (HMIs) within the Virtual Reality-based SIMulator-version … For more see J74266

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Non-invasive brain stimulation and robot-assisted gait training after incomplete spinal cord injury: A randomized pilot study
NeuroRehabilitation, 38(1), 15-25 11 pages
Author(s): Raithatha, Ravi; Carrico, Cheryl; Powell, Elizabeth S.; Westgate, Philip M.; Chelette II, Kenneth C.; Lee, Kara; Dunsmore, Laura; Salles, Sara; Sawaki, Lumy
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated whether active transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) paired with locomotor training with a robot-assisted gait orthosis (LT-RGO) improves lower-extremity motor function more … For more see J74143

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Tranvertebral direct current stimulation paired with locomotor training in chronic spinal cord injury: A case study
NeuroRehabilitation, 38(1), 27-35 9 pages
Author(s): Powell, Elizabeth S.; Carrico, Cheryl; Raithatha, Ravi; Salyers, Emily; Ward, Andrea; Sawaki, Lumy
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: This case study examined whether cathodal transvertebral direct current stimulation (tvDCS) paired with locomotor training on a robot-assisted gait orthosis (LT-RGO) leads to greater changes in function … For more see J74144

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Transfer effects of errorless goal management training on cognitive function and quality of life in brain-injured persons
NeuroRehabilitation, 38(1), 79-84 6 pages
Author(s): Bertens, Dirk; Kessels, Roy P. C.; Boelen, Danielle H. E.; Fasotti, Luciano
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the additional effects of an errorless Goal Management Training (GMT) on cognitive function and quality of life after acquired brain injury (ABI). This is a supplementary analysis of … For more see J74147

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Bio-psycho-social effects of a coordinated neurorehabilitation programme: A naturalistic mixed methods study
NeuroRehabilitation, 38(2), 99-113 15 pages
Author(s): Glintborg, Chalotte; Hansen, Tia G. B.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated bio-psycho-social outcomes and perceptions of a coordinated rehabilitation program. In a prospective, naturalistic mixed methods study, rehabilitation outcomes for 82 adults (18–66 … For more see J74149

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The effects of virtual reality-based bilateral arm training on hemiplegic children’s upper limb motor skills
NeuroRehabilitation, 38(2), 115-127 13 pages
Author(s): Do, Ji-Hye; Yoo, Eun-Young; Jung, Min-Ye; Park, Hae Y.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the impact of virtual reality-based bilateral arm training on the motor skills of 3 children with hemiplegic cerebral palsy (CP), in terms of their upper-limb motor skills on the affected … For more see J74150

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Returning to school following sport-related concussion
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinics of North America, 27(2), 429-436 8 pages
Author(s): Iverson, Grant L.; Gioia, Gerard A.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: This article provides recommendations, strategies, and a general approach to support the return to school of students following concussion. Ideally, local policies for return to school are in place to … For more see J74167

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Loss to follow-up and social background in an inception cohort of patients with severe traumatic brain injury: Results from the PariS-TBI study
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(3), E42-E48 7 pages
Author(s): Jourdan, Claire; Bayen, Eleonore; Bahrami, Stephane; Ghout, Idir; Darnoux, Emmanuelle; Azerad, Sylvie; Ruet, Alexis; Vallat-Azouvi, Claire; Weiss, Jean-Jacques; Aegerter, Philippe; Mateo, Joaquim; Vigue, Bernard; Tazarourte, Karim; Pradat-Diehl, Pascale; Azouvi, Philippe
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study assessed determinants of loss to follow-up (FU) at 2 time points in an inception cohort of individuals with traumatic brain injury (TBI). The PariS-TBI study included 504 adults with severe TBI … For more see J74098

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Funding for assistive technology: Transitioning from secondary school to VR and work
Leading to Employment Information Brief 2 pages
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Article reviews policies regarding the extent to which assistive technology (AT) can follow an individual with a disability who moves from secondary school to postsecondary education, vocational rehabilitation, … For more see O20325

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Medical, psychosocial, and vocational aspects of multiple sclerosis: Implications for rehabilitation professionals
Journal of Rehabilitation, 82(2), 6-13 8 pages
Author(s): Bishop, Malachy; Rumrill Jr., Phillip D.; Timblin, Rachel I.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Article provides an overview of the medical, psychosocial, and vocational aspects of multiple sclerosis (MS), one of the most common neurological disorders in the world. New developments in the diagnosis … For more see J74126

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U. S. disability services and spending
LegisBrief, 24(18) 2 pages
Author(s): Hemp, Richard; Braddock, David; Tanis, E. Shea; King, Martha
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: This brief provides an overview of spending to support people with disabilities in the United States. State governments tap numerous federal, state and local services and income maintenance programs to … For more see O20210

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MSKTC headlines: June 2015
Project(s): H133A110004
Author Institution: Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC)
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: Newsletter from the Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC) provides information about spinal cord injury (SCI), traumatic burn injury (TBI), and burn injury model systems. In this issue: (1) … For more see O20312 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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MSKTC headlines: July 2015
Project(s): H133A110004
Author Institution: Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC)
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: Newsletter from the Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC) provides information about spinal cord injury (SCI), traumatic burn injury (TBI), and burn injury model systems. In this issue: (1) … For more see O20313

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MSKTC headlines: February 2016
Project(s): H133A110004
Author Institution: Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC)
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Newsletter from the Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC) provides information about spinal cord injury (SCI), traumatic burn injury (TBI), and burn injury model systems. In this issue: (1) … For more see O20320 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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MSKTC headlines: March 2016
Project(s): H133A110004
Author Institution: Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC)
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Newsletter from the Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC) provides information about spinal cord injury (SCI), traumatic burn injury (TBI), and burn injury model systems. In this issue: (1) … For more see O20321 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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MSKTC headlines: May 2016
Project(s): H133A110004
Author Institution: Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC)
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Newsletter from the Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC) provides information about spinal cord injury (SCI), traumatic burn injury (TBI), and burn injury model systems. In this issue: (1) … For more see O20323 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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Information product testing: Results from cognitive testing of memory and traumatic brain injury (TBI) factsheet
Project(s): H133A110004
Author(s): Mitchell, Denise
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Report presents the results of the cognitive testing of a factsheet on memory after traumatic brain injury (TBI). The factsheet was created for consumers, including people with TBI and their families. … For more see O20340 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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Motion analysis strategy appropriate for 3D kinematic assessment of children and adults with osteogenesis imperfecta
In Peter A. Smith, Frank Rauch, Gerald F. Harris, eds. Transitional Care in Osteogenesis Imperfecta. Chicago, IL: Shriners Hospitals for Children; 2015, 251-268 18 pages
Project(s): H133E100007
Author(s): Kertis, Jeffrey; Fritz, Jessica M; Tarima, Sergey; Harris, Gerald
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: This chapter describes a low-cost motion analysis system appropriate for complete three-dimensional (3D) assessment of upper- and lower-extremity kinematics. The focus of this work addresses the assessment … For more see J74069

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The national institute on disability, independent living, and rehabilitation research burn model system: Twenty years of contributions to clinical service and research
Journal of Burn Care And Research (formerly Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation) 14 pages
Project(s): H133A120034
Author(s): Goverman, Jeremy; Mathews, Katie; Holavanahalli, Radha K.; Vardanian, Andrew; Herndon, David N.; Meyer, Walter J.; Kowalske, Karen; Fauerbach, Jim; Gibran, Nicole S.; Carrougher, Gretchen J.; Amtmann, Dagmar; Schneider, Jeffrey C.; Ryan, Colleen M.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Article examines the output from each component of the Burn Model System (BMS) program over the past two decades. The National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research … For more see J74077

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Predictors of return to work intention among unemployed adults with multiple sclerosis: A reasoned action approach
Journal of Rehabilitation, 82(2), 14-24 11 pages
Author(s): Li, Jian; Roessler, Richard T.; Rumrill Jr., Phillip D.; Leslie, Mykal; Wang, Fangning
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the extent to which components of the reasoned action model predicted the intention to return to work among 381 unemployed adults with multiple sclerosis. Examined in a hierarchical … For more see J74127

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Musculoskeletal complaints in transverse upper limb reduction deficiency and amputation in the Netherlands: Prevalence, predictors, and effect on health
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(7), 1137-1145 9 pages
Author(s): Postema, Sietke G.; Bongers, Raoul M.; Brouwers, Michael A.; Burger, Helena; Norling-Hermansson, Liselotte M.; Reneman, Michiel F.; Dijkstra, Pieter U.; van der Sluis, Corry K.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study determined the prevalence of musculoskeletal complaints (MSCs) in individuals with upper-limb absence in The Netherlands, assessed the health status of individuals with upper-limb absence in general … For more see J74271

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What explains patrilineal cooperation?
Current Anthroplogy, 57(Supplement 13) 13 pages
Project(s): H133P100008 , H133P140023
Author(s): Strassmann, Beverly I.; Kurapati, Nikhil T.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Evolutionary anthropologists have proposed that unilineal kinship promotes collective action and that patriliny occurs when the reproductive payoff from passing wealth to sons is greater than that for … For more see J74351

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Content Validity of Functional Communication Index-Vocational Evaluation
Author(s): Han, Ji Yeon; Park, Kyung Soon
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the content validity of the Functional Communication Index-Vocational Evaluation (FCI-VE) measure, developed to address communication effectiveness within work situations. Functional communication … For more see I242402

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Analyzing the Quality of Secondary Special Education Program for Students with Intellectual Disabilities based on Transition Services Program: A Mixed Method Study
Author(s): Park, Yung Keun
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: This study used quantitative and qualitative research methods to examine the quality of special education transitions services for students with intellectual disabilities. The quantitative survey investigated … For more see I242399

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A Study on the Interaction of Rehabilitation Service and Life Satisfaction of Industrially Injured Workers
Author(s): Jang, Y. M.; Yeum, D. M.
Year: 2015
… For more see I242347

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A study on the effect of the discrimination in the workplace on life satisfaction through mediatedmoderating effect and moderated mediation effect :Focused on the job satisfaction and self-esteem
Author(s): Yeum, Dong-Moon; Lee, Seong-Dae
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the moderating effect of self-esteem in the relationship among the discrimination in the workplace, job satisfaction, and life satisfaction. In this study, the 5th year resources collected … For more see I242397

Search Strategy: International rehabilitation

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Age related disabilities — Aging and quality of life
In: J.H. Stone, M. Blouin (editors), International Encyclopedia of Rehabilitation. Buffalo, NY: Center for International Rehabilitation Research Information and Exchange (CIRRIE) 13 pages
Project(s): H133A050008
Author(s): Chappell, Neena L.; Cooke, Heather A.
Year: 2010
Abstract [truncated]: Article describes the disabilities individuals are likely to experience as they age, discusses the role of the environment in the disablement process, and examines the potential of therapeutic environments … For more see O20326 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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Aging and quality of life
In: J.H. Stone, M. Blouin (editors), International Encyclopedia of Rehabilitation. Buffalo, NY: Center for International Rehabilitation Research Information and Exchange (CIRRIE) 15 pages
Project(s): H133A050008
Author(s): Fernandez-Ballesteros, Rocio; Ivars, Marta S.
Year: 2010
Abstract [truncated]: Article examines the concept of quality of life (QoL) in old age and discusses related to measuring this concept. QoL is an important field for aging as well as for rehabilitation. In both fields, QoL … For more see O20327 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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Aging with a physical disability
In: J.H. Stone, M. Blouin (editors), International Encyclopedia of Rehabilitation. Buffalo, NY: Center for International Rehabilitation Research Information and Exchange (CIRRIE) 6 pages
Project(s): H133A050008
Author(s): Sheets, Debra
Year: 2010
Abstract [truncated]: Article discusses common diagnoses found in older adults with physical disabilities. Disability is not a static condition but rather a process of continuous adaptation to changes across the life course. … For more see O20328 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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Agnosia
In: J.H. Stone, M. Blouin (editors), International Encyclopedia of Rehabilitation. Buffalo, NY: Center for International Rehabilitation Research Information and Exchange (CIRRIE) 11 pages
Project(s): H133A050008
Author(s): Burns, Martha S.
Year: 2010
Abstract [truncated]: Agnosia is a cognitive disturbance caused by neurological damage that affects the ability to recognize objects or people. Since agnosias affect a single modality, one can describe them in terms of the … For more see O20329 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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Alternative therapy — TCM therapies
In: J.H. Stone, M. Blouin (editors), International Encyclopedia of Rehabilitation. Buffalo, NY: Center for International Rehabilitation Research Information and Exchange (CIRRIE) 13 pages
Project(s): H133A050008
Author(s): Wong, Virginia C. N.; Chu, Vanessa L.-Y.
Year: 2010
Abstract [truncated]: Article provides an overview of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and its fundamental principles. For more than 5,000 years, TCM therapies have been popular methods of preventing and treating diseases … For more see O20330 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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Amputation
In: J.H. Stone, M. Blouin (editors), International Encyclopedia of Rehabilitation. Buffalo, NY: Center for International Rehabilitation Research Information and Exchange (CIRRIE) 13 pages
Project(s): H133A050008
Author(s): Kurichi, Jibby E.; Bates, Barbara E.; Stineman, Margaret G.
Year: 2010
Abstract [truncated]: Article reviews what is known about the etiology and outcomes of lower-extremity limb loss. Amputation is a dramatic, life-altering event that typically results from either disease or trauma. The number … For more see O20331 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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Musculoskeletal complaints in transverse upper limb reduction deficiency and amputation in the Netherlands: Prevalence, predictors, and effect on health
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(7), 1137-1145 9 pages
Author(s): Postema, Sietke G.; Bongers, Raoul M.; Brouwers, Michael A.; Burger, Helena; Norling-Hermansson, Liselotte M.; Reneman, Michiel F.; Dijkstra, Pieter U.; van der Sluis, Corry K.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study determined the prevalence of musculoskeletal complaints (MSCs) in individuals with upper-limb absence in The Netherlands, assessed the health status of individuals with upper-limb absence in general … For more see J74271

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Do performance-based wheelchair propulsion tests detect changes among manual wheelchair users with spinal cord injury during inpatient rehabilitation in Quebec?
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(7), 1214-1218 5 pages
Author(s): Gagnon, Dany H.; Roy, Audrey; Verrier, Molly C.; Duclos, Cyril; Craven, B. Cathy; Nadeau, Sylvie
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study quantified and compared the responsiveness and concurrent validity of 3 performance-based manual wheelchair propulsion tests among manual wheelchair users with subacute spinal cord injury (SCI) … For more see J74280

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Self-perceived burden in the young and middle-aged inpatients with stroke: A cross-sectional survey
Rehabilitation Nursing, 41(2), 101-111 11 pages
Author(s): Ren, Hongfei; Liu, Changqing; Yang, Rong; Ma, Fang; Zhang, Mingguang; Wang, Rui; Gan, Li
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study explored the prevalence and the features of self-perceived burden (SPB) in the young and middle-aged inpatients with stroke and identified predictors of SPB. One hundred fifty-five patients were … For more see J74158

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Examining functioning and contextual factors in individuals with joint contractures from the health professional perspective using the ICF: An international internet-based qualitative expert survey
Rehabilitation Nursing, 41(3), 170-178 9 pages
Author(s): Fischer, Uli; Muller, Martin; Strobi, Ralf; Bartoszek, Gabriele; Meyer, Gabriele; Grill, Eva
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: The aim of this study was to identify disease-related aspects of functioning and disability in people with joint contractures from a health professionals’ perspective and to describe the findings, using … For more see J74163

Search Strategy: Medical or rehabilitation facilities

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U. S. disability services and spending
LegisBrief, 24(18) 2 pages
Author(s): Hemp, Richard; Braddock, David; Tanis, E. Shea; King, Martha
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: This brief provides an overview of spending to support people with disabilities in the United States. State governments tap numerous federal, state and local services and income maintenance programs to … For more see O20210

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TBI news & views
Project(s): H133A120030
Author(s): Murphy, Carolann (Ed.)
Author Institution: Northern New Jersey Traumatic Brain Injury Model System (NNJTBIS), Kessler Foundation, New Jersey
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: This newsletter is published semi-annually by the Northern New Jersey Traumatic Brain Injury Model System (NNJTBIS) for people with traumatic brain injuries (TBI) and their families. In this issue: (1) … For more see O20324 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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Friendships and intimacy: Promoting the maintenance and development of relationships in residential neurorehabilitation
Neurorehabilitation, 38(3), 291-298 8 pages
Author(s): Palmer, Siobhan; Herbert, Camilla
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Article presents a framework for considering interventions around personal and intimate relationships post brain injury, taking into account the complexities of risk assessment and risk management. The … For more see J74252

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Hippotherapy: Remuneration issues impair the offering of this therapeutic strategy at Southern California rehabilitation centers
Neurorehabilitation, 38(4), 411-417 7 pages
Author(s): Pham, Christine; Bitonte, Robert
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study determined the pervasiveness of hippotherapy in Southern California, and identified factors that impair its utilization. One hundred fifty-two rehabilitation centers in the Southern California counties … For more see J74261

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Length of stay at inpatient rehabilitation faculty and stroke patient outcomes
Rehabilitation Nursing, 41(2), 78-90 13 pages
Author(s): Camicia, Michelle; Wang, Hua; DiVita, Margaret; Mix, Jacqueline; Niewczyk, Paulette
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the association of inpatient rehabilitation facility (IRF) length of stay (LOS) with stroke patient outcomes using a secondary data analysis of the Uniform Data System for Medical Rehabilitation … For more see J74156

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Information product testing: Results from cognitive testing of memory and traumatic brain injury (TBI) factsheet
Project(s): H133A110004
Author(s): Mitchell, Denise
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Report presents the results of the cognitive testing of a factsheet on memory after traumatic brain injury (TBI). The factsheet was created for consumers, including people with TBI and their families. … For more see O20340 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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National database: 2015 profile of adults included in the burn model systems
Project(s): H133A110004 , H133A130004
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: This factsheet is a quick reference on the demographics, cause and extent of injury, length of hospital stay, and health and well-being of adults with burn injury. The data in this fact sheet are from … For more see O20358 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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National database: 2015 profile of children included in the burn model systems
Project(s): H133A110004 , H133A130004
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: This factsheet is a quick reference on the demographics, cause and extent of injury, length of hospital stay, and health and well-being of children with burn injury. The data in this fact sheet are from … For more see O20359 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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Exploring personal medicine as part of self-directed care: Expanding perspectives on medical necessity
Psychiatric Services (formerly Hospital and Community Psychiatry), 67(8), 883-889 7 pages
Project(s): H133B100037
Author(s): Snethen, Gretchen; Bilger, Andrea; Maula, Erme C.; Salzer, Mark S.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the types of goods and services that individuals with serious mental illness request in a self-directed care (SDC) intervention. SDC offers individuals increased decision making and flexibility … For more see J74076

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Patient navigation and financial incentives to promote smoking cessation in an underserved primary care population: A randomized controlled trial protocol
Contemporary Clinical Trials, 45(Part B), 449-457 9 pages
Project(s): H133B090014
Author(s): Quintiliani, Lisa M.; Russinova, Zlatka L.; Bloch, Philippe P.; Truong, Ve; Xuan, Ziming; Pbert, Lori; Lasser, Karen E.
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: Article presents the rationale, study design and methods of an upcoming study is to determine whether patient navigation and financial incentives increase the rates at which patients quit smoking. A secondary … For more see J74082

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Disaster planning: Financing a burn disaster, where do you turn and what are your options when your hospital has been impacted by a burn disaster in the United States?
Journal of Burn Care And Research (formerly Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation), 37(4), 197-206 10 pages
Author(s): Kearns, Randy D.; Hubble, Michael W.; Lord, Graydon C.; Holmes 4th, James H.; Cairns, Bruce A.; Helminiak, Clare
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Article focuses on disasters which produce significant numbers of impact patients, specifically those with burn injuries and identifies specific United States government financial programs that may be … For more see J74101

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Dermabrasion and thin epidermal grafting for treatment of large and small areas of postburn leukoderma: A case series and review of the literature
Journal of Burn Care And Research (formerly Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation), 37(4), e387-e393 7 pages
Author(s): Driscill, Daniel N.; Levy, Alexander N.; Gama, Amon-Ra
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Article describes the experience and results of using dermabrasion and thin split-thickness skin grafting (STSG) as a technique for restoring skin pigmentation after burn injuries. Patient records (including … For more see J74107

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Using functional status in the acute hospital to predict discharge destination for stroke patients
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(6), 416-424 9 pages
Author(s): Roberts, Pamela; Mix, Jacqueline ; Rupp, Kelsey; Younan, Christina; Mui, WenLi; Riggs, Richard V.; Niewczyk, Paulette
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated whether functional status measured by the AcuteFIM instrument, a derivative of the Functional Independence Measure (FIM), can be used to predict discharge destination of stroke patients … For more see J74109

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Bio-psycho-social effects of a coordinated neurorehabilitation programme: A naturalistic mixed methods study
NeuroRehabilitation, 38(2), 99-113 15 pages
Author(s): Glintborg, Chalotte; Hansen, Tia G. B.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated bio-psycho-social outcomes and perceptions of a coordinated rehabilitation program. In a prospective, naturalistic mixed methods study, rehabilitation outcomes for 82 adults (18–66 … For more see J74149

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Self-perceived burden in the young and middle-aged inpatients with stroke: A cross-sectional survey
Rehabilitation Nursing, 41(2), 101-111 11 pages
Author(s): Ren, Hongfei; Liu, Changqing; Yang, Rong; Ma, Fang; Zhang, Mingguang; Wang, Rui; Gan, Li
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study explored the prevalence and the features of self-perceived burden (SPB) in the young and middle-aged inpatients with stroke and identified predictors of SPB. One hundred fifty-five patients were … For more see J74158

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Occurrence of depressive symptoms among older adults after a stroke in the nursing home facility
Rehabilitation Nursing, 41(2), 112-119 11 pages
Author(s): Kowalska, Joanna; Bojko, Ewa; Szczepanska-Gieracha, Joanna; Rymaszewska, Joanna; Rozek-Piechura, Krystyna
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study analyzed the prevalence of depressive symptoms among older adults after stroke in a nursing home (NH). The Mini Mental State Examination (MMSE), Geriatric Depression Scale (GDS), Acceptance Illness … For more see J74159

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Evidence summary and recommendations for improved communication during care transitions
Rehabilitation Nursing, 41(3), 135-148 14 pages
Author(s): Jackson, Patricia D.; Biggins, Mary S.; Cowan, Linda; French, Brenda; Hopkins, Sherry L.; Uphold, Constance R.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study conducted to summarize the evidence and present recommendations for facilitating effective transitions of patient care within the complex Veterans Affairs (VA) Polytrauma System of Care. Selected … For more see J74160

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Research on Productive Institution of Agricultural Rehabilitation Facilities with the Severely Disabled
Author(s): Lee Sang-m; Jea Eu-sook; Yi Bu-young
Year: 2015
… For more see I242200

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An Exploratory Study on ICF Core Set Clinical Apply for Mental Illness Psychiatric Hospital in Korea
Author(s): Jin Myungja; Lee Youngsung
Year: 2016
… For more see I242197

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The Effects of Game Program on Depression and Self-efficacy, Rehabilitation Motivation for Stroke Patients
Author(s): Song, Seung Il; Lee, Jong Min
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the effects of a game program on depression and self-efficacy rehabilitation motivation for patients with stroke. Fifty stroke patients were randomly divided into experimental and control … For more see I242289

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The Effects and Development of a Hospital Based Community Reintegration Support Program for Patients with Spinal Cord Injury
Author(s): S. Y. Yu; B. S. Lee; D. A. Kim; E. J. Kim; M. S. Bang; H. K. Kim; S. H. Ho; Y. S. Kim
Year: 2015
… For more see I242335

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The Effect of Task-Oriented Activity on Self-efficacy and Rehabilitation Motivation for Stroke Patients
Author(s): Song, Seung Il; Jung, Jae Hun; Lee, Jong Min
Year: 2015
… For more see I242299

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An Assistance Evaluation Method Based on Chronological Changes in the Assistance Provided by a Helper: A Behavioral Analysis of Transfer Assistance Provided by a Helper for a Disabled Elderly Person with Dementia
Author(s): MORIHIRO TSUJISITA; KAZUHIKO KOBAYASHI
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: Study used behavioral theory to analyze the relevance of an evaluation method assessing performance levels of care recipients who receive assistance from a helper, using the task of a transfer from wheelchair … For more see I242398

Search Strategy: Medical rehabilitation/rehabilitation medicine

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A Study on the Interaction of Rehabilitation Service and Life Satisfaction of Industrially Injured Workers
Author(s): Jang, Y. M.; Yeum, D. M.
Year: 2015
… For more see I242347

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Effect on pain and symptoms of aspiration before hyaluronan injection for knee osteoarthritis: A prospective, randomized, single-blind study
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(5), 366-371 6 pages
Author(s): Zhang, Qiankun; Zhang, Ting
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated whether synovial fluid aspiration of the knee joint compared to no aspiration, before and after 5 weekly injections of intra-articular hyaluronan, provides an improvement in knee pain … For more see J74037

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Aging and quality of life
In: J.H. Stone, M. Blouin (editors), International Encyclopedia of Rehabilitation. Buffalo, NY: Center for International Rehabilitation Research Information and Exchange (CIRRIE) 15 pages
Project(s): H133A050008
Author(s): Fernandez-Ballesteros, Rocio; Ivars, Marta S.
Year: 2010
Abstract [truncated]: Article examines the concept of quality of life (QoL) in old age and discusses related to measuring this concept. QoL is an important field for aging as well as for rehabilitation. In both fields, QoL … For more see O20327 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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Burn model system summary report: 1993-2015
Project(s): H133A110004
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: This report contains information, tables, and figures about the data contained in the Burn Model System (BMS) National Database, collected from 1993-2015. The BMS program, funded by the National Institute … For more see O20349 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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Emotional changes after a traumatic brain inury
Project(s): H133A110004 , H133A120028
Author(s): James, Silas; Cory, Matthew
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: This graphic fact sheet provides information about the emotional changes that people with traumatic brain injury may experience. The causes and signs of emotional liability (mood swings), anxiety, depression, … For more see O20350 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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Traumatic brain injury and headaches
Project(s): H133A110004 , H133A120028
Author(s): James, Silas; Lasky, David
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: This graphic fact sheet provides information about the emotional changes that people with traumatic brain injury may experience … For more see O20351 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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Alteraciones emocionales después de una lesión cerebral traumática
Project(s): H133A110004 , H133A120028
Author(s): James, Silas; Cory, Matthew
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: This graphic fact sheet provides information about the emotional changes that people with traumatic brain injury may experience. The causes and signs of emotional liability (mood swings), anxiety, depression, … For more see O20352 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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Exploring personal medicine as part of self-directed care: Expanding perspectives on medical necessity
Psychiatric Services (formerly Hospital and Community Psychiatry), 67(8), 883-889 7 pages
Project(s): H133B100037
Author(s): Snethen, Gretchen; Bilger, Andrea; Maula, Erme C.; Salzer, Mark S.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the types of goods and services that individuals with serious mental illness request in a self-directed care (SDC) intervention. SDC offers individuals increased decision making and flexibility … For more see J74076

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Cognitive contributions to differences in learning after moderate to severe traumatic brain injury
Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 37(10), 1074-1085 12 pages
Project(s): H133A070037 , H133P090009
Author(s): Chiou, Kathy S.; Sandry, Joshua; Chiaravalloti, Nancy D.
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the contribution of executive functioning and other cognitive processes to verbal learning after moderate to severe traumatic brain injury (TBI). It wash hypothesized that adults with … For more see J74079

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Neurocognitive models of medical decision-making capacity in traumatic brain injury across injury severity
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(3), E49-E59 11 pages
Author(s): Triebel, Kristen L.; Novack, Thomas A.; Kennedy, Richard; Martin, Roy C.; Dreer, Laura E.; Raman, Rema; Marson, Daniel C.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study identified neurocognitive predictors of medical decision-making capacity (MDC) in participants with mild and moderate/severe traumatic brain injury (TBI). Sixty adult controls and 104 adults with … For more see J74099

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Long-term outcomes in patients surviving large burns: The musculoskeletal system
Journal of Burn Care And Research (formerly Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation), 37(4), 243-254 12 pages
Project(s): H133A020104 , H133A120090
Author(s): Holavanahalli, Radha K.; Helm, Phala A.; Kowalske, Karen J.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study documents the long-term musculoskeletal complications following major burn injury. This is a cross-sectional descriptive study that includes a one-time evaluation of 98 burn survivors (mean age … For more see J74105

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Dermabrasion and thin epidermal grafting for treatment of large and small areas of postburn leukoderma: A case series and review of the literature
Journal of Burn Care And Research (formerly Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation), 37(4), e387-e393 7 pages
Author(s): Driscill, Daniel N.; Levy, Alexander N.; Gama, Amon-Ra
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Article describes the experience and results of using dermabrasion and thin split-thickness skin grafting (STSG) as a technique for restoring skin pigmentation after burn injuries. Patient records (including … For more see J74107

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Feasibility of using mobile health to promote self-management in spina bifida
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(6), 425-437 13 pages
Project(s): H133A140005 , H133E090002 , H133E140039
Author(s): Dicianno, Brad E.; Fairman, Andrea D.; McCue, Michael; Parmanto, Bambang; Yih, Erika; McCoy, Andrew; Pramana, Gede; Yu, Daihua X.; McClelland, Justin ; Collins, Diane M.; Brienza, David M.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study explored the feasibility of using the interactive Mobile Health and Rehabilitation (iMHere) system in spina bi?da and examined its effects on psychosocial and medical outcomes. The iMHere system … For more see J74110

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Measurement error in the immediate postconcussion assessment and cognitive testing (ImPACT): Systematic review
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(4), 242-251 10 pages
Author(s): Alsalaheen, Bara; Stockdale, Kayla; Pechumer, Dana; Broglio, Steven P.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study reviewed the literature on the reliability of the Immediate Post-Concussion Assessment and Cognitive Testing (ImPACT). A systematic search of PubMed, CINAHL, and PSYCHINFO databases identified 5,943 … For more see J74114

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Medical, psychosocial, and vocational aspects of multiple sclerosis: Implications for rehabilitation professionals
Journal of Rehabilitation, 82(2), 6-13 8 pages
Author(s): Bishop, Malachy; Rumrill Jr., Phillip D.; Timblin, Rachel I.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Article provides an overview of the medical, psychosocial, and vocational aspects of multiple sclerosis (MS), one of the most common neurological disorders in the world. New developments in the diagnosis … For more see J74126

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Special issue: Rehabilitation implications of multiple sclerosis
Journal of Rehabilitation, 82(2), 1-72 72 pages
Author(s): Rumrill Jr., Phillip D. (Ed.)
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: The articles in this special journal issue address rehabilitation-related concerns voiced by people with multiple sclerosis (MS) as they attempt to resume or maintain employment. Topics include: medical, … For more see R09404

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Treating male sexual dysfunction after traumatic brain injury: Two case reports
Neurorehabilitation, 38(3), 281-289 9 pages
Author(s): Simpson, Grahame K.; McCann, Brett; Lowy, Michael
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Article reports on the treatment of sexual dysfunction in two males with severe traumatic brain injury (TBI). Case one was treated for erectile dysfunction. After a medical examination which found no … For more see J74251

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Vitamin D profile of patients with spinal cord injury and post-stroke hemiplegia: All in the same boat
Journal of Back and Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation, 29(2), 205-210 6 pages
Author(s): Benlidayi, Ilke C.; Basaran, Sibel; Seydaoglu, Gulsah; Guzel, Rengin
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study evaluated the vitamin D profile of patients with spinal cord injury (SCI) and post-stroke hemiplegia. Levels of 25-hydroxyvitamin D (25(OH)D) for 118 patients with SCI and hemiplegia were obtained … For more see J74134

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Dysarthria as a predictor of dysphagia following stroke
NeuroRehabilitation, 38(2), 155-162 8 pages
Author(s): Bahia, Mariana M.; Mourao, Lucia F.; Chun, Regina Y. S.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the prevalence of dysphagia and communication disorders following stroke, and explored whether communication disorders can predict dysphagia. Thirty-one prospective and consecutive patients … For more see J74151

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Length of stay at inpatient rehabilitation faculty and stroke patient outcomes
Rehabilitation Nursing, 41(2), 78-90 13 pages
Author(s): Camicia, Michelle; Wang, Hua; DiVita, Margaret; Mix, Jacqueline; Niewczyk, Paulette
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the association of inpatient rehabilitation facility (IRF) length of stay (LOS) with stroke patient outcomes using a secondary data analysis of the Uniform Data System for Medical Rehabilitation … For more see J74156

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Self-perceived burden in the young and middle-aged inpatients with stroke: A cross-sectional survey
Rehabilitation Nursing, 41(2), 101-111 11 pages
Author(s): Ren, Hongfei; Liu, Changqing; Yang, Rong; Ma, Fang; Zhang, Mingguang; Wang, Rui; Gan, Li
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study explored the prevalence and the features of self-perceived burden (SPB) in the young and middle-aged inpatients with stroke and identified predictors of SPB. One hundred fifty-five patients were … For more see J74158

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Returning to school following sport-related concussion
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinics of North America, 27(2), 429-436 8 pages
Author(s): Iverson, Grant L.; Gioia, Gerard A.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: This article provides recommendations, strategies, and a general approach to support the return to school of students following concussion. Ideally, local policies for return to school are in place to … For more see J74167

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Managing patients with prolonged recovery following concussion
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinics of North America, 27(2), 455-474 20 pages
Author(s): Phillips, Mary M.; Reddy, Cara C.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Article reviews the available evidence on the treatment of patients with persistent symptoms following a concussion. Most individuals who experience concussion can expect full recoveries within the weeks … For more see J74169

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Retirement and activity restrictions following concussion
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinics of North America, 27(2), 487-501 15 pages
Author(s): Laker, Scott R.; Meron, Adele; Greher, Michael R.; Wilson, Julie
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Return-to-play decisions in the setting of multiple concussions, prolonged recovery, or structural abnormalities should be individualized based on thorough history, imaging, medical workup, and specialist … For more see J74171

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What should be the roles of physiatrists in early acute care rehabilitation? Current literature, models of care, and thoughts for the future
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(3), 225-229 5 pages
Author(s): Tam, Alan K. H.; Berbrayer, David; Robinson, Lawrence R.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: This commentary explores the current state of evidence regarding early physiatry consultation on patient outcomes and briefly discusses some next steps in measuring the impact of these interventions. … For more see J74023

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MSKTC headlines: August 2015
Project(s): H133A110004
Author Institution: Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC)
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: Newsletter from the Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC) provides information about spinal cord injury (SCI), traumatic burn injury (TBI), and burn injury model systems. In this issue: (1) … For more see O20314 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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MSKTC headlines: October 2015
Project(s): H133A110004
Author Institution: Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC)
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: Newsletter from the Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC) provides information about spinal cord injury (SCI), traumatic burn injury (TBI), and burn injury model systems. In this issue: (1) … For more see O20316 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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MSKTC headlines: November 2015
Project(s): H133A110004
Author Institution: Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC)
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: Newsletter from the Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC) provides information about spinal cord injury (SCI), traumatic burn injury (TBI), and burn injury model systems. In this issue: (1) … For more see O20317

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Factors influencing the desire to provide MS patient care in clinical practice among physiatrists
NeuroRehabilitation, 38(1), 1-6 6 pages
Author(s): Kane, Heather; Teixeira-Poit, Stephanie; Halpern, Michael T.; Keating, Michael; Olmsted, Murrey
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined factors associated with physiatrists’ attitudes towards providing care for patients with multiple sclerosis (MS). The authors collaborated with the American Academy of Physical Medicine … For more see J74141

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Contribution of axial motor impairment to physical inactivity in Parkinson disease
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(5), 348-354 7 pages
Author(s): Bryant, Mon S.; Hou, Jyhong G.; Collins, Robert L.; Protas, Elizabeth J.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the relationships between motor symptoms of Parkinson disease (PD) and activity limitations in 90 people with mild-to-moderate PD. Associations among axial motor features, limb motor … For more see J74035

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Effects of virtual walking treatment on spinal cord injury-related neuropathic pain: Pilot results and trends related to location of pain and at-level neuronal hypersensitivity
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(5), 390-396 7 pages
Author(s): Jordan, Melissa; Richardson, Elizabeth J.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the effects of virtual walking treatment on subtypes of spinal cord injury-related neuropathic pain (SCI-NP) and examined the potential relationship between neuronal hyperexcitability, … For more see J74039

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Fluoroscopic system for assessment of in vivo hindfoot kinematics during gait: Control data and applications in osteogenesis imperfecta
In Peter A. Smith, Frank Rauch, Gerald F. Harris, eds. Transitional Care in Osteogenesis Imperfecta. Chicago, IL: Shriners Hospitals for Children; 2015, 285-299 15 pages
Project(s): H133E100007
Author(s): McHenry, Benjamin; Long, Jason; Smith, Peter; Altiok, Haluk; Harris, Gerald
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: This chapter presents a study that developed a multi-segmental hindfoot model that used fluoroscopy to define bony segment position. Five subjects with normal lower-extremity function underwent standard … For more see J74070

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Upper extremity inverse dynamics model for Lofstrand crutch-assisted gait in children with osteogenesis imperfecta
In Peter A. Smith, Frank Rauch, Gerald F. Harris, eds. Transitional Care in Osteogenesis Imperfecta. Chicago, IL: Shriners Hospitals for Children; 2015, 345-370 26 pages
Project(s): H133E100007
Author(s): Slavens, Brooke A.; Bhagchandani, Neha; Wang, Mei; Smith, Peter A.; Harris, Gerald F.
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: Chapter describes the development of a three-dimensional (3D) biomechanical model to quantify upper extremity (UE) kinematics and kinetics during Lofstrand crutch-assisted gait in children with osteogenesis … For more see J74072

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Sagittal fluoroscopy for the assessment of hindfoot kinematics
Journal of Biomechanical Engineering, 138(3), 034502 6 pages
Project(s): H133E100007 , H133P080005
Author(s): McHenry, Benjamin D.; Exten, Emily; Long, Jason T.; Harris, Gerald F.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study explored the use of fluoroscopy to noninvasively quantify talocrural and subtalar sagittal plane kinematics. A fluoroscopy system was designed and built to synchronize with an existing motion analysis … For more see J74073

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Return to physical activity timing and dual-task gait stability are associated 2 months following concussion
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(4), 262-268 7 pages
Author(s): Howell, David R.; Osternig, Louis R.; Christie, Anita D.; Chou, Li-Shan
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the relationship between physical activity resumption timing and gait stability 2 months following concussion. Twenty-nine individuals who sustained a concussion and were subsequently allowed … For more see J74116

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Ankle plantarflexor spasticity does not restrict the recovery of ankle plantarflexor strength or ankle power generation for push-off during walking following traumatic brain injury
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(4), E52-E58 7 pages
Author(s): Williams, Gavin; Banky, Megan; Olver, John
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the impact of plantarflexor spasticity on muscle performance for Seventy-two ambulant people with traumatic brain injury (TBI) who were attending physiotherapy for mobility limitations. … For more see J74124

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Effects of robot-assisted gait training on spatiotemporal gait parameters and balance in patients with chronic stroke: A randomized controlled pilot trial
Neurorehabilitation, 38(4), 343-349 7 pages
Author(s): Bang, Dae-Hyouk; Shin, Won-Seob
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study compared the effects of robot-assisted gait training (RAGT) versus treadmill gait training (TGT) on spatiotemporal gait parameters, balance, and activities-specific balance confidence with stroke … For more see J74256

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Clinical factors associated with ankle muscle coactivation during gait in adults after stroke
Neurorehabilitation, 38(4), 351-357 7 pages
Author(s): Kitatani, Ryosuke; Ohata, Koji; Hashiguchi, Yu; Sakuma, Kaoru; Yamakami, Natsuki; Yamada, Shigehito
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated physical impairments in adults after stroke using stepwise multiple regression analyses. The magnitude of ankle muscle coactivation during gait was quantified with a coactivation index … For more see J74257

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Improved weight-bearing symmetry for transfemoral amputees during standing up and sitting down with a powered knee-ankle prosthesis
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(7), 1100-1106 7 pages
Author(s): Simon, Ann M.; Fey, Nicholas P.; Ingraham, Kimberly A.; Finucane, Suzanne B.; Halsne, Elizabeh G.; Hargrove, Levi J.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study tests a new user-modulated control strategy that enables improved control of a powered knee-ankle prosthesis during sit-to-stand and stand-to-sit movements. Seven unilateral transfemoral amputees … For more see J74268

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Use of the Houghton scale to classify community and household walking ability in people with lower-limb amputation: Criterion-related validity
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(7), 1130-1136 7 pages
Author(s): Wong, Christopher K.; Gibbs, William; Chen, Elizabeth S.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the criterion-related validity of using the self-reported Houghton Scale to classify community-dwelling people with lower-limb amputation according to the suggested score ranges for independent … For more see J74270

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Vitamin D profile of patients with spinal cord injury and post-stroke hemiplegia: All in the same boat
Journal of Back and Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation, 29(2), 205-210 6 pages
Author(s): Benlidayi, Ilke C.; Basaran, Sibel; Seydaoglu, Gulsah; Guzel, Rengin
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study evaluated the vitamin D profile of patients with spinal cord injury (SCI) and post-stroke hemiplegia. Levels of 25-hydroxyvitamin D (25(OH)D) for 118 patients with SCI and hemiplegia were obtained … For more see J74134

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Utilization of the expanded disability status scale as a distinctive instrument for walking impairment in persons with multiple sclerosis with mild disability
NeuroRehabilitation, 38(1), 7-14 8 pages
Author(s): Kahraman, Turhan; Savci, Sema; Poyraz, Esra C.; Ozakbas, Serkan; Idiman, Egemen
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: The Expanded Disability Status Scale (EDSS) is a well-established clinical measure to assess disability in multiple sclerosis (MS). Gait dysfunction is primarily considered for scoring only above EDSS … For more see J74142

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Tranvertebral direct current stimulation paired with locomotor training in chronic spinal cord injury: A case study
NeuroRehabilitation, 38(1), 27-35 9 pages
Author(s): Powell, Elizabeth S.; Carrico, Cheryl; Raithatha, Ravi; Salyers, Emily; Ward, Andrea; Sawaki, Lumy
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: This case study examined whether cathodal transvertebral direct current stimulation (tvDCS) paired with locomotor training on a robot-assisted gait orthosis (LT-RGO) leads to greater changes in function … For more see J74144

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Effect of normal-walking-pattern-based functional electrical stimulation on gait of the lower extremity in subjects with ischemic stroke: A self controlled study
NeuroRehabilitation, 38(2), 163-169 7 pages
Author(s): Xu, Benlei; Yan, Tiebin; Yang, Yuanle; Ou, Ruiqing; Huang, Shuping
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study assessed the efficacy of walking-pattern-based four-channel functional electrical stimulation (FES) and its influence on the gait features of stroke patients with hemiplegia. The walking gaits of … For more see J74152

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Effects of transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation at two frequencies on urinary incontinence in poststroke patients: A randomized controlled trial
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(3), 183-193 11 pages
Author(s): Liu, Yi; Xu, Gang; Luo, Ming; Teng, Hong-fei
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study compared the effects of two frequencies of transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) on urinary incontinence caused by stroke. Eighty-one patients with poststroke urinary incontinence were … For more see J74019

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Shoulder function and bone mineralization in children with obstetric brachial plexus injury after neuromuscular electrical stimulation during weight-bearing exercises
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(4), 239-247 9 pages
Author(s): Elnaggar, Ragab K.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study evaluated the effects of neuromuscular electrical stimulation (NMES) during weight-bearing exercises on shoulder function and bone mineral density (BMD) in children with obstetric brachial plexus … For more see J74024

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Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation for management of limb spasticity: A systematic review
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(4), 309-318 10 pages
Author(s): Mills, Patricia B.; Dossa, Farhana
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: This systematic review examined the effect of transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) for management of limb spasticity. Electronic databases were searched to identify relevant randomized controlled … For more see J74030

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Randomized trial of peripheral nerve stimulation to enhance constraint-induced therapy after stroke
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(6), 397-406 10 pages
Author(s): Carrico, Cheryl; Chelette II, Kenneth C.; Westgate, Philip M.; Salmon-Powell, Elizabeth; Nichols, Laurie; Sawaki, Lumy
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the effects of peripheral nerve stimulation (PNS) combined with a modi?ed form of constraint-induced therapy (mCIT) on upper-extremity movement function after stroke. Nineteen adult stroke … For more see J74108

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Peripheral nerve injuries: Long term follow-up results of rehabilitation
Journal of Back and Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation, 29(2), 367-371 5 pages
Author(s): Adiguzel, Emre; Yasar, Evren; Tecer, Duygu; Guzelkucuk, Umut; Taskaynatan, Mehmet A.; Kesikburun, Serdar; Ozgul, Ahmet
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the epidemiological and etiological data of patients with peripheral nerve injury (PNI) and identified factors influencing efficacy of rehabilitation methods and outcomes. A total of 112 … For more see J74139

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Non-invasive brain stimulation and robot-assisted gait training after incomplete spinal cord injury: A randomized pilot study
NeuroRehabilitation, 38(1), 15-25 11 pages
Author(s): Raithatha, Ravi; Carrico, Cheryl; Powell, Elizabeth S.; Westgate, Philip M.; Chelette II, Kenneth C.; Lee, Kara; Dunsmore, Laura; Salles, Sara; Sawaki, Lumy
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated whether active transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) paired with locomotor training with a robot-assisted gait orthosis (LT-RGO) improves lower-extremity motor function more … For more see J74143

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Efficacy of proprioceptive exercises in patients with subacromial impingement syndrome: A single-blinded randomized controlled study
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(3), 169-182 14 pages
Author(s): Dilek, Banu; Gulbahar, Selmin; Gundogdu, Mehtap; Ergin, Burcu; Manisali, Metin; Ozkan, Mustafa; Akalin, Elif
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study evaluated the effectiveness of proprioceptive exercises on shoulder proprioception, range of motion, pain, muscle strength, and function in patients with subacromial impingement syndrome (SIS). … For more see J74018

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Strength training to contraction failure increases voluntary activation of the quadriceps muscle shortly after total knee arthroplasty: A cross-sectional study
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(3), 194-203 10 pages
Author(s): Mikkelsen, Elin K.; Jakobsen, Thomas L.; Holsgaard-Larsen, Anders; Bandholm, Thomas
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the voluntary activation of the quadriceps muscle during one set of knee extensions performed until contraction failure in patients shortly after total knee arthroplasty (TKA). Twenty-four … For more see J74020

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Effect of aerobic exercise interventions on mobility among stroke patients: A systematic review
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(3), 214-224 11 pages
Author(s): Kendall, Bradley J.; Gothe, Neha P.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: This systematic review analyzed studies that examined the effectiveness of aerobic exercise interventions on mobility in long-term stroke survivors. Electronic databases were searched for randomized control … For more see J74022

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Asymmetrical lower extremity loading early after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction is a significant predictor of asymmetrical loading at the time of return to sport
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(4), 248-255 8 pages
Author(s): Labanca, Luciana; Laudani, Luca; Menotti, Federica; Rocchi, Jacopo; Mariani, Pier P.; Giombini, Arrigo; Pigozzi, Fabio; Macaluso, Andrea
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined whether asymmetrical lower-limb loading early after anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction (1 month) can predict asymmetrical lower-limb loading at the time of return to sport … For more see J74025

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Effects of vestibular rehabilitation on balance control in older people with chronic dizziness: A randomized clinical trial
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(4), 256-269 14 pages
Author(s): Ricci, Natalia A.; Aratani, Mayra C.; Caovilla, Heloisa H.; Gananca, Fernando F.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study compared the effects of 2 vestibular rehabilitation protocols on balance control in older adults with dizziness. Eighty-two elderly adults with chronic dizziness from vestibular disorders were randomly … For more see J74026

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Determining 1-yr prosthetic use for mobility prognoses for community-dwelling adults with lower-limb amputation: Development of a clinical prediction rule
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(5), 339-347 9 pages
Author(s): Wong, Christopher K.; Young, Rebecca S.; Ow-Wing, Carlyn; Karimi, Parisa
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study developed and testes a prognostic clinical prediction rule to identify people not achieving the community walking level of prosthetic use after 1 year. Fifty-four community-dwelling adults with … For more see J74034

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Effectiveness of individualized home-based exercise on turning and balance performance among adults older than 50 yrs: A randomized controlled trial
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(5), 355-365 11 pages
Author(s): Ashari, Asmidawati; Hamid, Tengku A.; Hussain, Mohd R.; Hill, Keith D.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study evaluated the effectiveness of an individualized home-based exercise program that included specific turning exercises in improving turning performance in adults identified as having unsteadiness … For more see J74036

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Effect on pain and symptoms of aspiration before hyaluronan injection for knee osteoarthritis: A prospective, randomized, single-blind study
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(5), 366-371 6 pages
Author(s): Zhang, Qiankun; Zhang, Ting
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated whether synovial fluid aspiration of the knee joint compared to no aspiration, before and after 5 weekly injections of intra-articular hyaluronan, provides an improvement in knee pain … For more see J74037

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Barriers and facilitators to exercise participation in people with hip and/or knee osteoarthritis: Synthesis of the literature using behavior change theory
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(5), 372-389 18 pages
Author(s): Dobson, Fiona; Bennell, Kim L.; French, Simon D.; Nicolson, Philippa J. A.; Klaasman, Remco N.; Holden, Melanie A.; Atkins, Lou; Hinman, Rana S.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: This literature review aimed to (1) identify modifiable barriers and facilitators to participation in intentional exercise in people with hip and/or knee osteoarthritis, and (2) synthesize the findings … For more see J74038

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Age related disabilities — Aging and quality of life
In: J.H. Stone, M. Blouin (editors), International Encyclopedia of Rehabilitation. Buffalo, NY: Center for International Rehabilitation Research Information and Exchange (CIRRIE) 13 pages
Project(s): H133A050008
Author(s): Chappell, Neena L.; Cooke, Heather A.
Year: 2010
Abstract [truncated]: Article describes the disabilities individuals are likely to experience as they age, discusses the role of the environment in the disablement process, and examines the potential of therapeutic environments … For more see O20326 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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Aging with a physical disability
In: J.H. Stone, M. Blouin (editors), International Encyclopedia of Rehabilitation. Buffalo, NY: Center for International Rehabilitation Research Information and Exchange (CIRRIE) 6 pages
Project(s): H133A050008
Author(s): Sheets, Debra
Year: 2010
Abstract [truncated]: Article discusses common diagnoses found in older adults with physical disabilities. Disability is not a static condition but rather a process of continuous adaptation to changes across the life course. … For more see O20328 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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Material and structural aspects of bone in osteogenesis imperfecta
In Peter A. Smith, Frank Rauch, Gerald F. Harris, eds. Transitional Care in Osteogenesis Imperfecta. Chicago, IL: Shriners Hospitals for Children; 2015, 177-194 18 pages
Project(s): H133E100007 , H133P080005
Author(s): Albert, Carolyne; Jameson, John; Smith, Peter; Harris, Gerald
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: This chapter describes basic mechanical concepts pertaining to the strength of bone structures and materials, and presents a synthesis of existing literature regarding the mechanical properties of bones … For more see J74068

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Motion analysis strategy appropriate for 3D kinematic assessment of children and adults with osteogenesis imperfecta
In Peter A. Smith, Frank Rauch, Gerald F. Harris, eds. Transitional Care in Osteogenesis Imperfecta. Chicago, IL: Shriners Hospitals for Children; 2015, 251-268 18 pages
Project(s): H133E100007
Author(s): Kertis, Jeffrey; Fritz, Jessica M; Tarima, Sergey; Harris, Gerald
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: This chapter describes a low-cost motion analysis system appropriate for complete three-dimensional (3D) assessment of upper- and lower-extremity kinematics. The focus of this work addresses the assessment … For more see J74069

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Wheeled mobility devices
In Peter A. Smith, Frank Rauch, Gerald F. Harris, eds. Transitional Care in Osteogenesis Imperfecta. Chicago, IL: Shriners Hospitals for Children; 2015, 285-299 15 pages
Project(s): H133F110032
Author(s): Hiremath, Shivayogi V.; Cooper, Rory A.; Pelleschi, Tamra L.; Cooper, Rosemarie
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: This chapter focuses on aspects of wheeled mobility devices (WMDs) that help individuals with osteogenesis imperfecta (OI) to meet their mobility and functional needs. Individuals with OI used WMDs for … For more see J74071

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Exploring personal medicine as part of self-directed care: Expanding perspectives on medical necessity
Psychiatric Services (formerly Hospital and Community Psychiatry), 67(8), 883-889 7 pages
Project(s): H133B100037
Author(s): Snethen, Gretchen; Bilger, Andrea; Maula, Erme C.; Salzer, Mark S.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the types of goods and services that individuals with serious mental illness request in a self-directed care (SDC) intervention. SDC offers individuals increased decision making and flexibility … For more see J74076

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Factors associated with community participation among individuals who have experienced homelessness
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 12(9), 11364-11378 15 pages
Project(s): H133B090014 , H133G060180
Author(s): Chang, Feng-Hang; Helfrich, Christine A.; Coster, Wendy J.; Rogers, E. Sally
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: Study used the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health as a framework to examine factors associated with community participation among people who are homeless or recently housed … For more see J74080

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Long-term outcomes in patients surviving large burns: The musculoskeletal system
Journal of Burn Care And Research (formerly Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation), 37(4), 243-254 12 pages
Project(s): H133A020104 , H133A120090
Author(s): Holavanahalli, Radha K.; Helm, Phala A.; Kowalske, Karen J.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study documents the long-term musculoskeletal complications following major burn injury. This is a cross-sectional descriptive study that includes a one-time evaluation of 98 burn survivors (mean age … For more see J74105

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Combining dopaminergic facilitation with robot-assisted upper limb therapy in stroke survivors: A focused review
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(6), 459-474 16 pages
Author(s): Tran, Duc A.; Pajaro-Blazquez, Marta; Daneault, Jean-Francois; Gallegos, Jaime G.; Pons, Jose; Fregni, Felipe; Bonato, Paolo; Zafonte, Ross
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Article critically reviews the rationale behind targeting multiple sites along the motor learning network by combining robotic therapy with pharmacotherapy and virtual reality-based reward learning to … For more see J74112

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Active hip flexion is a predictor of mobility in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
Neurorehabilitation, 38(4), 395-400 6 pages
Author(s): Santos, Cleber L.; Noronha, Diana O.; Lessa, Paulo I. F.; Camatti, Janine R.; Fernandes, Iasmyn A. V. O.; Paixao, Alai B.; Sa, Katia N.; Baptista, Abrahao F.; Lucena, Rita C. S.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the influence of muscle Force (MF) and amplitude of active movement (AAM) on the mobility of the subjects with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). The formula for identifying the covariables … For more see J74259

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Survey of U.S. practitioners on the validity of the Medicare functional classification level system and utility of clinical outcome measures for aiding K-level assignment
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(7), 1053-1063 11 pages
Author(s): Borrenpohl, Dylan; Kaluf, Brian; Major, Matthew J.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study explored the opinion of prosthetic clinicians regarding the Medicare Functional Classification Level (MFCL) assignment process to classify the mobility and rehabilitation potential of patients with … For more see J74262

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Balance confidence: A predictor of perceived physical function, perceived mobility, and perceived recovery 1 year after inpatient stroke rehabilitation
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(7), 1064-1071 8 pages
Author(s): Torkia, Caryne; Best, Krista L.; Miller, William C.; Eng, Janice J.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the effect of balance confidence measured at 1 month poststroke rehabilitation on perceived physical function, mobility, and stroke recovery 12 months later. Sixty-nine community-dwelling … For more see J74263

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Validity of the timed up and go test as a measure of functional mobility in persons with multiple sclerosis
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(7), 1072-1077 6 pages
Author(s): Sebstiao, Emerson; Sandroff, Brian M.; Learmonth, Yvonne C.; Motl, Robert W.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the validity of the Timed Up and Go (TUG) test as a measure of functional mobility in persons with multiple sclerosis (MS) by using a comprehensive framework based on construct validity … For more see J74264

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Interrater reliability of the power mobility road test in the virtual reality-based simulator-2
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(7), 1078-1084 7 pages
Author(s): Kamaraj, Deepan C.; Dicianno, Brad E.; Mahajan, Harshal P.; Buhari, Alhaji M.; Cooper, Rory A.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study assessed interrater reliability of the Power Mobility Road Test (PMRT) when administered through the Virtual Reality-based SIMulator-version 2 (VRSIM-2). Twenty-one electric-powered wheelchair (EPW) … For more see J74265

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Stability and workload of the virtual reality-based simulator-2
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(7), 1085-1092 8 pages
Author(s): Kamaraj, Deepan C.; Dicianno, Brad E.; Mahajan, Harshal P.; Buhari, Alhaji M.; Cooper, Rory A.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study assessed the stability of clinicians’ and users’ rating of electric-powered wheelchair (EPW) driving while using 4 different human-machine interfaces (HMIs) within the Virtual Reality-based SIMulator-version … For more see J74266

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Estimation of energy expenditure for wheelchair users using a physical activity monitoring system
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(7), 1146-1153, 1153.e1 9 pages
Project(s): H133F110032
Author(s): Hiremath, Shivayogi V.; Intille, Stephen S.; Kelleher, Annmarie; Cooper, Rory A.; Ding, Dan
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study developed and evaluated energy expenditure (EE) estimation models for a physical activity monitoring system (PAMS) in manual wheelchair users with spinal cord injury (SCI). The PAMS consists of … For more see J74272

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Patient-reported mobility: A systematic review
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(7), 1182-1194 13 pages
Author(s): Pinto-Carral, Arrate; Fernandez-Villa, Tania; Molina de la Torre, Antonio J.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study identified self-administered instruments to assess mobility in adults with disability; linked the mobility assessed by these instruments to the International Classification of Functioning, Disability … For more see J74275

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Do performance-based wheelchair propulsion tests detect changes among manual wheelchair users with spinal cord injury during inpatient rehabilitation in Quebec?
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(7), 1214-1218 5 pages
Author(s): Gagnon, Dany H.; Roy, Audrey; Verrier, Molly C.; Duclos, Cyril; Craven, B. Cathy; Nadeau, Sylvie
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study quantified and compared the responsiveness and concurrent validity of 3 performance-based manual wheelchair propulsion tests among manual wheelchair users with subacute spinal cord injury (SCI) … For more see J74280

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MSKTC headlines: March 2016
Project(s): H133A110004
Author Institution: Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC)
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Newsletter from the Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC) provides information about spinal cord injury (SCI), traumatic burn injury (TBI), and burn injury model systems. In this issue: (1) … For more see O20321 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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MSKTC headlines: April 2016
Project(s): H133A110004
Author Institution: Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC)
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Newsletter from the Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC) provides information about spinal cord injury (SCI), traumatic burn injury (TBI), and burn injury model systems. In this issue: (1) … For more see O20322 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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Information product testing: Results from cognitive testing of adjusting after spinal cord injury factsheet
Project(s): H133A110004
Author(s): Hinkens, Emma
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Report presents the results of the cognitive testing of a factsheet on adjusting after spinal cord injury (SCI). Trained interviewers used a semi-structured interview protocol to conduct cognitive testing … For more see O20348 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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The Effect of A Combined Functional Electrical Stimulation with Progressive Speed Treadmill Training for Gait and Balance Performance in Stroke Survivors
Author(s): Jeon, Gwang Yol; Choi, Won Jae; Lee, Seung Won
Year: 2014
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Discriminative Ability and Predictive Validity of Postural Assessment Scale for Stroke as Independent Ambulation for Chronic Stroke Patients
Author(s): Seung Heon An; Dae-Sung Park
Year: 2016
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A Study on Gait Imbalance Estimation System using 3-axis Accelerometer
Author(s): S. M. Lee; Y. D. Park; C. H. Choi; H. M. Sim
Year: 2015
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Cerebral palsy: Association of cranial magnetic resonance imaging with clinical levels of disease
Author(s): J.R. Vásquez-Ríos; S.R. León-Hernández; C. Flores-Flores y M.E. Camacho-Cruz; A.M. Cortés-Rubio; C.P. Vi˜nals-Laba˜nino
Year: 2016
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Inter-Rater Reliability and Validity of the Elderly Mobility Scale in Chronic Stroke Patients
Author(s): Park, Chang Sik
Year: 2016
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An Assistance Evaluation Method Based on Chronological Changes in the Assistance Provided by a Helper: A Behavioral Analysis of Transfer Assistance Provided by a Helper for a Disabled Elderly Person with Dementia
Author(s): MORIHIRO TSUJISITA; KAZUHIKO KOBAYASHI
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: Study used behavioral theory to analyze the relevance of an evaluation method assessing performance levels of care recipients who receive assistance from a helper, using the task of a transfer from wheelchair … For more see I242398

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Characterization of disabled people with permanent limitations in mobility and self-care in Giron, Colombia
Author(s): Villamizar-García M. C; Angarita-Fonseca, A.; Avila-Galván J. A.; López-Duarte, S. A.; Murillo-Rincón, G.; Rodríguez-Miranda, M. A.; Sanabria-Jerez, M.; Martínez-Marín R. P.; Ordóñez-Chaussinant M. X.; Bueno-Balaguer L. A.
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: Study determined the characteristics of people with permanent limitations in mobility and self-care in 17 districts of the urban area of Girón, Colombia. Previously trained physiotherapy students interviewed … For more see I242401

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Changes in mandibular and cervical motor control of children with cerebral palsy
Author(s): Kelly Cristine Schmidt; Lilian Gerdi Kittel Ries; Marianne Briesemeister
Year: 2014
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Comparison of visual and auditory skills in diplegic cerebral palsy
Author(s): Jamile Cazarin Lozano; Plínio Marcos Pinto Ferraz(; Dionísia Aparecida Cusin Lamônica; Cora Sofia Takaya Paiva; Deisiane Marcos Message
Year: 2014
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Cerebral palsy: Association of cranial magnetic resonance imaging with clinical levels of disease
Author(s): J.R. Vásquez-Ríos; S.R. León-Hernández; C. Flores-Flores y M.E. Camacho-Cruz; A.M. Cortés-Rubio; C.P. Vi˜nals-Laba˜nino
Year: 2016
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The Effects of Vojta’s Reflex Locomotion Movement on Respiratory Capacity in Children with Spastic Cerebral Palsy
Author(s): Joo, Gi Chan; Lee, Hyo Jeong
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: Study evaluated the effects of Vojta’s reflex locomotion movement on the respiratory capacity of 16 children with spastic cerebral palsy. In the Vojta method, the therapist administers goal-directed pressure … For more see I242285

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The Effects of Horse Riding Program for Developmental Delay Improvement in Children with Cerebral Palsy
Author(s): Kang, Ok Deuk
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the effects of a horse riding program for developmental delay improvement in children with cerebral palsy (CP). Ten children with CP undergoing inpatient rehabilitation were randomly assigned … For more see I242287

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Understanding the Role of Neurorehabilitationist in Managing Patients with Dementia
Year: 2015
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Assessment of Dementia ···
Author(s): Hyun Jung Kim; Hyungjun Im
Year: 2015
… For more see I242227

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Pharmacological Treatment of Dementia
Author(s): Nam-Jong; Soo-Jung Hahn
Year: 2015
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Exercise for Dementia ·
Author(s): Myoung-Hwan Ko
Year: 2015
… For more see I242229

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Usability Evaluation of Exercise System that Promote the Balance of Lower Body for the Seniors
Author(s): H. C. Lim; C. H. Lee; D. H. Lim; D. Y. Jung; S. C. Jun; K. J. Chun
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the usability of an exercise system designed to improve lower-body balance in elderly adults. Older adults used the exercise machine for 9 weeks to improve the lower-body balance and … For more see I242292

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The Effects of Cognitive Rehabilitation Program on EEG for Patients with Vascular Dementia
Author(s): Lee, Hyo Jeong; Hwang, Kyoung Ok
Year: 2014
… For more see I242312

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Understanding the Role of Neurorehabilitationist in Managing Patients with Dementia
Author(s): Yun-Hee Kim
Year: 2015
… For more see I242351

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An Assistance Evaluation Method Based on Chronological Changes in the Assistance Provided by a Helper: A Behavioral Analysis of Transfer Assistance Provided by a Helper for a Disabled Elderly Person with Dementia
Author(s): MORIHIRO TSUJISITA; KAZUHIKO KOBAYASHI
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: Study used behavioral theory to analyze the relevance of an evaluation method assessing performance levels of care recipients who receive assistance from a helper, using the task of a transfer from wheelchair … For more see I242398

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Prevalence of intrinsic and extrinsic factors of the learning process in children with epilepsy
Author(s): Camomila Lira Ferreira; Eulália Maria Chaves Maia; Patrícia Danielle Falcão Melo; Raissa Gomes Fonseca Moura; Amanda Almeida Batista; Gabriela Mendes Cobe
Year: 2014
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Interference of the early and late drug therapy in Parkinson disease in the management of dysphagia
Author(s): Adriana Leico Oda; Paula Pinheiro Gerszt; Cintia Rodrigues Baltar; Anderson Evangelista dos Santos
Year: 2014
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Efficacy of predicting videofluoroscopic results in dysphagic patients with severe cerebral palsy using the Mann assessment of swallowing ability
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(4), 270-276 7 pages
Author(s): Su, Chun-Lang; Chen, Sung-Lang; Tsai, Sen-Wei; Tseng, Fan-Fei; Chang, Shih-Chung; Huang, Yu-Hui; Lin, Yu-Hao
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study evaluated the efficacy of the Mann Assessment of Swallowing Ability (MASA) to predict the results of videofluoroscopic swallowing studies in children with cerebral palsy (CP) with suspicion of aspiration. … For more see J74027

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Neuro-musculoskeletal simulation of instrumented contracture and spasticity assessment in children with cerebral palsy
Journal of Neuroengineering and Rehabilitation, 13(64) 11 pages
Author(s): van der Krogt, Marjolein M.; Bar-On, Lynn; Kindt, Thalia; Desloovere, Kaat; Harlaar, Jaap
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study simulated instrumented, clinical assessment of the hamstring muscles in cerebral palsy (CP) using a conceptual model of contracture and spasticity, and determined to what extent contracture can … For more see J74078

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The effects of virtual reality-based bilateral arm training on hemiplegic children’s upper limb motor skills
NeuroRehabilitation, 38(2), 115-127 13 pages
Author(s): Do, Ji-Hye; Yoo, Eun-Young; Jung, Min-Ye; Park, Hae Y.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the impact of virtual reality-based bilateral arm training on the motor skills of 3 children with hemiplegic cerebral palsy (CP), in terms of their upper-limb motor skills on the affected … For more see J74150

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Information needs of family caregivers of people with dementia
Rehabilitation Nursing, 41(3), 162-169 8 pages
Author(s): Steiner, Victoria; Pierce, Linda L.; Salvador, Diane
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated family caregivers’ information needs as perceived by home care workers and the caregivers themselves. The two groups of care providers were given a list of 48 items and asked to choose … For more see J74162

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Prognostic models for predicting posttraumatic seizures during acute hospitalization, and at 1 and 2 years following traumatic brain injury
Epilepsia 12 pages
Project(s): H133A120031 , H133A120035 , H133A120084 , H133A120087
Author(s): Ritter, Anne C.; Wagner, Amy K.; Szaflarski, Jerzy P.; Brooks, Maria M.; Zafonte, Ross D.; Pugh, Mary Jo V.; Fabio, Anthony; Hammond, Flora M.; Dreer, Laura E.; Bushnik, Tamara; Walker, William C.; Brown, Allen W.; Johnson-Green, Doug; Shea, Timothy; Krellman, Jason W.; Rosenthal, Joseph A.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study developed and internally validated preliminary prognostic regression models to predict Posttraumatic seizures (PTS) during acute care hospitalization, and at 1 year and 2 years after traumatic brain … For more see J74088

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Medical, psychosocial, and vocational aspects of multiple sclerosis: Implications for rehabilitation professionals
Journal of Rehabilitation, 82(2), 6-13 8 pages
Author(s): Bishop, Malachy; Rumrill Jr., Phillip D.; Timblin, Rachel I.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Article provides an overview of the medical, psychosocial, and vocational aspects of multiple sclerosis (MS), one of the most common neurological disorders in the world. New developments in the diagnosis … For more see J74126

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Predictors of return to work intention among unemployed adults with multiple sclerosis: A reasoned action approach
Journal of Rehabilitation, 82(2), 14-24 11 pages
Author(s): Li, Jian; Roessler, Richard T.; Rumrill Jr., Phillip D.; Leslie, Mykal; Wang, Fangning
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the extent to which components of the reasoned action model predicted the intention to return to work among 381 unemployed adults with multiple sclerosis. Examined in a hierarchical … For more see J74127

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Psychosocial factors influencing liestyle activity engagement of African Americans with multiple sclerosis: A qualitative study
Journal of Rehabilitation, 82(2), 25-30 6 pages
Author(s): Chiu, Chung-Yi; Griffith, Desiree; Bezyak, Jill; Motl, Robert
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: A qualitative study was conducted using the Health Action Process Approach (HAPA) framework to identify psychosocial factors affecting motivation to engage in physical activity among African Americans … For more see J74128

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Perceptions of quality of employment outcomes after multiple sclerosis: A qualitative study
Journal of Rehabilitation, 82(2), 31-40 10 pages
Project(s): H133B130011
Author(s): Meade, Michelle; Reed, Karla S.; Rumrill, Phillip; Aust, Richard; Krause, James S.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study identified quality outcomes of employment, as defined by individuals with physical disability secondary to multiple sclerosis (MS) who worked at some point following their diagnosis. Eight focus … For more see J74129

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Key determinants of quality of life among Latinos with multiple sclerosis: Findings from a nationally respresentative sample
Journal of Rehabilitation, 82(2), 41-50 10 pages
Author(s): Storlie, Cassandra A.; Li, Jian; Anhalt, Karla; Rumrill Jr., Phillip D.; Roessler, Richard T.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Article presents findings from an investigation of factors associated with quality of life (QOL) among Latinos with multiple sclerosis (MS). Using data from 206 Latino/a participants recruited through … For more see J74130

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Women with multiple sclerosis and the importance and satisfaction they ascribe to selected employment concerns: Results from a national survey
Journal of Rehabilitation, 82(2), 51-58 8 pages
Author(s): Rumrill Jr., Phillip D.; Li, Jian; Roessler, Richard T.; Hendricks, Deborah J.; Bishop, Malachy L.; Leslie, Mykal
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: This article presents descriptive findings from a sub-sample of 1,512 women with multiple sclerosis (MS) that was derived from a national survey of the employment concerns of Americans with MS. Female … For more see J74131

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Barriers to and facilitators of employment among Americans with multiple sclerosis: Results of a qualitative focus group study
Journal of Rehabilitation, 82(2), 59-69 11 pages
Project(s): H133B130011
Author(s): Bogenschutz, Matthew; Inge, Katherine J.; Rumrill Jr., Phillip D.; Hinterlong, Pamelia C.; Seward, Hannah E.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study used phone-administered focus groups to investigate work -related experiences of a national sample of individuals with multiple sclerosis (MS). Using a conventional qualitative content analysis … For more see J74132

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Special issue: Rehabilitation implications of multiple sclerosis
Journal of Rehabilitation, 82(2), 1-72 72 pages
Author(s): Rumrill Jr., Phillip D. (Ed.)
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: The articles in this special journal issue address rehabilitation-related concerns voiced by people with multiple sclerosis (MS) as they attempt to resume or maintain employment. Topics include: medical, … For more see R09404

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Validity of the timed up and go test as a measure of functional mobility in persons with multiple sclerosis
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(7), 1072-1077 6 pages
Author(s): Sebstiao, Emerson; Sandroff, Brian M.; Learmonth, Yvonne C.; Motl, Robert W.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the validity of the Timed Up and Go (TUG) test as a measure of functional mobility in persons with multiple sclerosis (MS) by using a comprehensive framework based on construct validity … For more see J74264

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Factors influencing the desire to provide MS patient care in clinical practice among physiatrists
NeuroRehabilitation, 38(1), 1-6 6 pages
Author(s): Kane, Heather; Teixeira-Poit, Stephanie; Halpern, Michael T.; Keating, Michael; Olmsted, Murrey
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined factors associated with physiatrists’ attitudes towards providing care for patients with multiple sclerosis (MS). The authors collaborated with the American Academy of Physical Medicine … For more see J74141

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Utilization of the expanded disability status scale as a distinctive instrument for walking impairment in persons with multiple sclerosis with mild disability
NeuroRehabilitation, 38(1), 7-14 8 pages
Author(s): Kahraman, Turhan; Savci, Sema; Poyraz, Esra C.; Ozakbas, Serkan; Idiman, Egemen
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: The Expanded Disability Status Scale (EDSS) is a well-established clinical measure to assess disability in multiple sclerosis (MS). Gait dysfunction is primarily considered for scoring only above EDSS … For more see J74142

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Application of laser radiation and magnetostimulation in therapy of patients with multiple sclerosis
NeuroRehabilitation, 38(2), 183-190 8 pages
Author(s): Kubsik, Anna; Klimkiewicz, Robert; Janczewska, Katarzyna; Klimkiewicz, Paulina; Jankowska, Agnieszka; Woldanska-Okonska, Marta
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the effect of laser radiation and other therapies on the functional status of patients with multiple sclerosis (MS). One hundred male and female patients were randomly divided into four … For more see J74153

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Testing the measurement invariance of the University of Washington self-efficacy scale short form across four diagnostic subgroups
Quality of Life Research, 25(10), 2559-2564 6 pages
Project(s): H133B080024 , H133B080025
Author(s): Chung, Hyewon; Kim, Jiseon; Park, Ryoungsun; Bamer, Alyssa M.; Bocell, Fraser D.; Amtmann, Dagmar
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: The University of Washington Self-Efficacy Scale (UW-SES) was originally developed for people with multiple sclerosis (MS) and spinal cord injury (SCI). This study evaluates the measurement invariance … For more see J74347

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Randomized trial of peripheral nerve stimulation to enhance constraint-induced therapy after stroke
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(6), 397-406 10 pages
Author(s): Carrico, Cheryl; Chelette II, Kenneth C.; Westgate, Philip M.; Salmon-Powell, Elizabeth; Nichols, Laurie; Sawaki, Lumy
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the effects of peripheral nerve stimulation (PNS) combined with a modi?ed form of constraint-induced therapy (mCIT) on upper-extremity movement function after stroke. Nineteen adult stroke … For more see J74108

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Efficacy of pulsed radiofrequency medial branch treatment in low back pain patients
Journal of Back and Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation, 29(2), 361-366 6 pages
Author(s): Kim, Do H.; Han, Seong R.; Choi, Chan Y.; Sohn Moon J.; Lee, Chae H.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the efficacy and the long-term effects of pulsed radiofrequency (PRF) treatment of the medialbranch in selected low back pain (LBP) patients. Researchers retrospectively reviewed and analyzed … For more see J74138

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Effects of transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation at two frequencies on urinary incontinence in poststroke patients: A randomized controlled trial
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(3), 183-193 11 pages
Author(s): Liu, Yi; Xu, Gang; Luo, Ming; Teng, Hong-fei
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study compared the effects of two frequencies of transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) on urinary incontinence caused by stroke. Eighty-one patients with poststroke urinary incontinence were … For more see J74019

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Availability of outpatient rehabilitation services for children after traumatic brain injury: Differences by language and insurance status
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(3), 204-213 10 pages
Author(s): Moore, Megan; Jiminez, Nathalia; Rowhani-Rahbar, Ali; Willis, Margaret; Baron, Kate; Giordano, Jessica; Crawley, Deborah; Rivara, Frederick P.; Jaffe, Kenneth M.; Ebel, Beth E.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated associations among English proficiency, insurance status, outpatient rehabilitation service availability, and travel time for children with traumatic brain injury (TBI). Data from 82 … For more see J74021

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Effect of aerobic exercise interventions on mobility among stroke patients: A systematic review
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(3), 214-224 11 pages
Author(s): Kendall, Bradley J.; Gothe, Neha P.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: This systematic review analyzed studies that examined the effectiveness of aerobic exercise interventions on mobility in long-term stroke survivors. Electronic databases were searched for randomized control … For more see J74022

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Shoulder function and bone mineralization in children with obstetric brachial plexus injury after neuromuscular electrical stimulation during weight-bearing exercises
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(4), 239-247 9 pages
Author(s): Elnaggar, Ragab K.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study evaluated the effects of neuromuscular electrical stimulation (NMES) during weight-bearing exercises on shoulder function and bone mineral density (BMD) in children with obstetric brachial plexus … For more see J74024

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Does the acute care spinal cord injury setting predict the occurrence of pressure ulcers at arrival to intensive rehabilitation centers?
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(4), 300-308 9 pages
Author(s): Richard-Denis, Andreane; Thompson, Cynthia; Bourassa-Moreau, Etienne; Parent, Stefan; Mac-Thiong, Jean-Marc
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study evaluated the impact of acute care in specialized spinal cord injury (SCI) trauma centers on the prevalence of pressure ulcers (PU) upon arrival at an inpatient functional rehabilitation center … For more see J74029

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Smartphone-based visual feedback trunk control training using a gyroscope and mirroring technology for stroke patients: Single-blinded, randomized clinical trial of efficacy and feasibility
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(5), 319-329 11 pages
Author(s): Shin, Doo C.; Song, Chang H.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study assessed the preliminary efficacy and feasibility of smartphone-based visual feedback trunk control training (SPVFTCT) for improving balance and trunk performance in stroke patients. Twenty-four … For more see J74032

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Symptom-based treatment of neuropathic pain in spinal cord-injured patients: A randomized crossover clinical trial
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(5), 330-338 9 pages
Author(s): Min, Kyunghoon; Oh, Yoongul; Lee, Sang-Hyuk; Ryu, Ju S.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the differences in medication effect according to neuropathic pain characteristics in spinal cord-injured patients. Oxcarbazepine and pregabalin were tried in 55 patients with 66 locations … For more see J74033

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Effects of virtual walking treatment on spinal cord injury-related neuropathic pain: Pilot results and trends related to location of pain and at-level neuronal hypersensitivity
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(5), 390-396 7 pages
Author(s): Jordan, Melissa; Richardson, Elizabeth J.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the effects of virtual walking treatment on subtypes of spinal cord injury-related neuropathic pain (SCI-NP) and examined the potential relationship between neuronal hyperexcitability, … For more see J74039

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Recovery from vegetative state to minimally conscious state: A case report
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(5), e63-e66 4 pages
Author(s): Jang, SungHo; Kim, SeongHo; Lee, HanDo
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: This case study demonstrated the change of the ascending reticular activating system (ARAS) concurrent with the recovery from a vegetative state to a minimally conscious state in a patient with traumatic … For more see J74040

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MSKTC headlines: June 2015
Project(s): H133A110004
Author Institution: Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC)
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: Newsletter from the Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC) provides information about spinal cord injury (SCI), traumatic burn injury (TBI), and burn injury model systems. In this issue: (1) … For more see O20312 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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MSKTC headlines: July 2015
Project(s): H133A110004
Author Institution: Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC)
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: Newsletter from the Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC) provides information about spinal cord injury (SCI), traumatic burn injury (TBI), and burn injury model systems. In this issue: (1) … For more see O20313

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MSKTC headlines: August 2015
Project(s): H133A110004
Author Institution: Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC)
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: Newsletter from the Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC) provides information about spinal cord injury (SCI), traumatic burn injury (TBI), and burn injury model systems. In this issue: (1) … For more see O20314 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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MSKTC headlines: September 2015
Project(s): H133A110004
Author Institution: Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC)
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: Newsletter from the Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC) provides information about spinal cord injury (SCI), traumatic burn injury (TBI), and burn injury model systems. In this issue: (1) … For more see O20315 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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MSKTC headlines: October 2015
Project(s): H133A110004
Author Institution: Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC)
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: Newsletter from the Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC) provides information about spinal cord injury (SCI), traumatic burn injury (TBI), and burn injury model systems. In this issue: (1) … For more see O20316 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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MSKTC headlines: November 2015
Project(s): H133A110004
Author Institution: Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC)
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: Newsletter from the Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC) provides information about spinal cord injury (SCI), traumatic burn injury (TBI), and burn injury model systems. In this issue: (1) … For more see O20317

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MSKTC headlines: December 2015
Project(s): H133A110004
Author Institution: Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC)
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: Newsletter from the Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC) provides information about spinal cord injury (SCI), traumatic burn injury (TBI), and burn injury model systems. In this issue: (1) … For more see O20318

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MSKTC headlines: January 2016
Project(s): H133A110004
Author Institution: Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC)
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Newsletter from the Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC) provides information about spinal cord injury (SCI), traumatic burn injury (TBI), and burn injury model systems. In this issue: (1) … For more see O20319 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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MSKTC headlines: February 2016
Project(s): H133A110004
Author Institution: Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC)
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Newsletter from the Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC) provides information about spinal cord injury (SCI), traumatic burn injury (TBI), and burn injury model systems. In this issue: (1) … For more see O20320 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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MSKTC headlines: March 2016
Project(s): H133A110004
Author Institution: Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC)
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Newsletter from the Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC) provides information about spinal cord injury (SCI), traumatic burn injury (TBI), and burn injury model systems. In this issue: (1) … For more see O20321 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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MSKTC headlines: April 2016
Project(s): H133A110004
Author Institution: Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC)
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Newsletter from the Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC) provides information about spinal cord injury (SCI), traumatic burn injury (TBI), and burn injury model systems. In this issue: (1) … For more see O20322 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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MSKTC headlines: May 2016
Project(s): H133A110004
Author Institution: Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC)
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Newsletter from the Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC) provides information about spinal cord injury (SCI), traumatic burn injury (TBI), and burn injury model systems. In this issue: (1) … For more see O20323 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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TBI news & views
Project(s): H133A120030
Author(s): Murphy, Carolann (Ed.)
Author Institution: Northern New Jersey Traumatic Brain Injury Model System (NNJTBIS), Kessler Foundation, New Jersey
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: This newsletter is published semi-annually by the Northern New Jersey Traumatic Brain Injury Model System (NNJTBIS) for people with traumatic brain injuries (TBI) and their families. In this issue: (1) … For more see O20324 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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Agnosia
In: J.H. Stone, M. Blouin (editors), International Encyclopedia of Rehabilitation. Buffalo, NY: Center for International Rehabilitation Research Information and Exchange (CIRRIE) 11 pages
Project(s): H133A050008
Author(s): Burns, Martha S.
Year: 2010
Abstract [truncated]: Agnosia is a cognitive disturbance caused by neurological damage that affects the ability to recognize objects or people. Since agnosias affect a single modality, one can describe them in terms of the … For more see O20329 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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Consumer testing on autonomic dysreflexia factsheet: Topic guide for consumer interviews
Project(s): H133A110004
Author Institution: Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC)
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: Document provides procedures for conducting consumer testing of the fact sheet titled “Autonomic Dysreflexia.” It guides the interviewer through the evaluation process and includes questions to ask the … For more see O20332 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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Consumer testing on exercise after spinal cord injury factsheet: Topic guide for consumer interviews
Project(s): H133A110004
Author Institution: Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC)
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Document provides procedures for conducting consumer testing of the fact sheet titled “Exercise After Spinal Cord Injury.” It guides the interviewer through the evaluation process and includes questions … For more see O20335 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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Consumer testing on memory and traumatic brain injury: Topic guide for consumer interviews
Project(s): H133A110004
Author Institution: Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC)
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Document provides procedures for conducting consumer testing of the fact sheet titled “Memory and Traumatic Brain Injury.” It guides the interviewer through the evaluation process and includes questions … For more see O20336 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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Information product testing: Results from cognitive testing of sexuality and sexual functioning after spinal cord injury factsheet
Project(s): H133A110004
Author(s): Sidana, Anju
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: Report presents the results of the cognitive testing of a factsheet on sexuality and sexual functioning after spinal cord injury (SCI). The factsheet was created for consumers with SCI as well as their … For more see O20338 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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Information product testing: Results from cognitive testing of memory and traumatic brain injury (TBI) factsheet
Project(s): H133A110004
Author(s): Mitchell, Denise
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Report presents the results of the cognitive testing of a factsheet on memory after traumatic brain injury (TBI). The factsheet was created for consumers, including people with TBI and their families. … For more see O20340 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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Information product testing: Results from cognitive testing of tendon transfers in spinal cord injury factsheet
Project(s): H133A110004
Author(s): Cap, Quy N.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Report presents the results of the cognitive testing of a factsheet on tendon transfers in spinal cord injury (SCI). Trained interviewers used a semi-structured interview protocol to conduct cognitive … For more see O20341 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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Information product testing: Results from cognitive testing of urinary tract infection after spinal cord injury factsheet
Project(s): H133A110004
Author(s): Hinkens, Emma
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Report presents the results of the cognitive testing of a factsheet on urinary tract infection (UTI) after spinal cord injury (SCI). Trained interviewers used a semi-structured interview protocol to conduct … For more see O20344 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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Consumer tendon transfer in spinal cord injury: Topic guide for consumer interviews
Project(s): H133A110004
Author Institution: Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC)
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Document provides procedures for conducting consumer testing of the fact sheet titled “Tendon Transfers in Spinal Cord Injury.” It guides the interviewer through the evaluation process and includes questions … For more see O20342 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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Consumer factsheet: Urinary tract infection after spinal cord injury: Topic guide for consumer interviews
Project(s): H133A110004
Author Institution: Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC)
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Document provides procedures for conducting consumer testing of the fact sheet titled “Urinary Tract Infection After Spinal Cord Injury.” It guides the interviewer through the evaluation process and includes … For more see O20343 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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Professional testing on what to tell people about your injury factsheet: Topic guide for professional interviews
Project(s): H133A110004
Author Institution: Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC)
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: Document provides procedures for conducting professional testing of the factsheet titled “What to Tell People About Your Injury,” which focuses on what traumatic brain injury survivors may choose to tell … For more see O20345 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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Information product testing: Results from what to tell people about your injury
Project(s): H133A110004
Author(s): Cavazos, Jazmine; Hinkens, Emma
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: Report presents the results of the cognitive testing of the factsheet “What To Tell People About Your Injury.” The primary audience of the factsheet is people with traumatic brain injury (TBI).Trained … For more see O20346 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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Consumer testing on adjusting after spinal cord injury factsheet: Topic guide for consumer interviews
Project(s): H133A110004
Author Institution: Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC)
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Document provides procedures for conducting consumer testing of the factsheet titled “Asjusting After Spinal Cord Injury.” It guides the interviewer through the evaluation process and includes questions … For more see O20347 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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Information product testing: Results from cognitive testing of adjusting after spinal cord injury factsheet
Project(s): H133A110004
Author(s): Hinkens, Emma
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Report presents the results of the cognitive testing of a factsheet on adjusting after spinal cord injury (SCI). Trained interviewers used a semi-structured interview protocol to conduct cognitive testing … For more see O20348 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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Emotional changes after a traumatic brain inury
Project(s): H133A110004 , H133A120028
Author(s): James, Silas; Cory, Matthew
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: This graphic fact sheet provides information about the emotional changes that people with traumatic brain injury may experience. The causes and signs of emotional liability (mood swings), anxiety, depression, … For more see O20350 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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Traumatic brain injury and headaches
Project(s): H133A110004 , H133A120028
Author(s): James, Silas; Lasky, David
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: This graphic fact sheet provides information about the emotional changes that people with traumatic brain injury may experience … For more see O20351 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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Alteraciones emocionales después de una lesión cerebral traumática
Project(s): H133A110004 , H133A120028
Author(s): James, Silas; Cory, Matthew
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: This graphic fact sheet provides information about the emotional changes that people with traumatic brain injury may experience. The causes and signs of emotional liability (mood swings), anxiety, depression, … For more see O20352 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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Sexuality and sexual functioning after spinal cord injury
Project(s): H133A110004
Author(s): Alexander, Marcalee; Hicks, Trisha; Aisen, Mindy; Klebine, Phil
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: This factsheet answers common questions about sexuality and sexual functioning after spinal cord injury (SCI). The factsheet was created for consumers with SCI as well as their families and caretakers. … For more see O20353 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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La sexualidad y el funcionamiento sexual después de una lesión de la médula espinal
Project(s): H133A110004
Author(s): Alexander, Marcalee; Hicks, Trisha; Aisen, Mindy; Klebine, Phil
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: This factsheet answers common questions about sexuality and sexual functioning after spinal cord injury (SCI). The factsheet was created for consumers with SCI as well as their families and caretakers. … For more see O20355 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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Pregnancy and women with spinal cord injury
Project(s): H133A110004
Author(s): McLain, Amie B.; Massengill, Taylor; Klebine, Phil
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: This factsheet helps women prepare for pregnancy, labor and delivery after a spinal cord injury (SCI). This publication is also available in Spanish (see accession number O20360). El artículo es disponible … For more see O20356 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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El embarazo en la mujer que tiene una lesión de la médula espinal
Project(s): H133A110004
Author(s): McLain, Amie B.; Massengill, Taylor; Klebine, Phil
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: This factsheet helps women prepare for pregnancy, labor, and delivery after a spinal cord injury (SCI). This document is also available in English (see accession number O20356). Esta publicación también … For more see O20360 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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Cognitive contributions to differences in learning after moderate to severe traumatic brain injury
Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 37(10), 1074-1085 12 pages
Project(s): H133A070037 , H133P090009
Author(s): Chiou, Kathy S.; Sandry, Joshua; Chiaravalloti, Nancy D.
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the contribution of executive functioning and other cognitive processes to verbal learning after moderate to severe traumatic brain injury (TBI). It wash hypothesized that adults with … For more see J74079

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An RCT to treat learning impairment in traumatic brain injury: The TBI-MEM trial
Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair, 30(6), 593-550 12 pages
Project(s): H133A070037
Author(s): Chiaravalloti, Nancy D.; Sandry, Joshua; Moore, Nancy B.; DeLuca, John
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the efficacy of the modified Story Memory Technique (mSMT) to improve learning and memory in participants with traumatic brain injury (TBI). The mSMT is a behavioral intervention that teaches … For more see J74083

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Subconcussive blows to the head: A formative review of short-term clinical outcomes
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(3), 159-166 8 pages
Author(s): Belanger, Heather G.; Vanderploeg, Rodney D.; McAllister, Thomas
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: This formative review examined the developing literature on subconcussive blows in athletes, with an emphasis on clinical outcomes. Nine studies of biomechanical, performance and/or symptom-based, and … For more see J74089

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A telehealth approach to caregiver self-management following traumatic brain injury: A randomized controlled trial
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(3), 180-190 11 pages
Project(s): H133A070032
Author(s): Powell, Janet M.; Fraser, Robert; Brockway, Jo Ann; Temkin, Nancy ; Bell, Kathleen R.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined whether a telephone-based, individualized education and mentored problem-solving intervention would improve outcomes for caregivers of people with traumatic brain injury (TBI). One hundred … For more see J74090

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Associations between traumatic brain injury, suspected psychiatric condition, and unemployment in operation enduring freedom/operation Iraqi freedom veterans
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(3), 191-203 14 pages
Author(s): Pogoda, Terri K.; Stolzmann, Kelly L.; Iverson, Katherine M.; Baker, Errol; Krengel, Maxine; Lew, Henry L.; Amara, Jomana H.; Meterko, Mark
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the association of demographic characteristics, traumatic brain injury (TBI) history, suspected psychiatric conditions, and current neurobehavioral health symptoms with employment status … For more see J74091

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Cerebral blood flow during treadmill exercise is a marker of physiological postconcussion syndrome in female athletes
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(3), 215-224 10 pages
Author(s): Clausen, Mary; Pendergast, David R.; Willer, Barry; Leddy, John
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study evaluated the control of cerebral blood flow (CBF) during exercise in females with postconcussion syndrome (PCS). Participants were 9 female collegiate team athletes with PCS and a reference group … For more see J74092

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Evaluating the psychometric properties of 3 depression measures in a sample of persons with traumatic brain injury and major depressive disorder
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(3), 225-232 8 pages
Project(s): H133G070016
Author(s): Dyer, Joshua R.; Williams, Ryan; Bombardier, Charles H.; Vannoy, Steven; Fann, Jesse R.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study compared the psychometric properties of 3 widely used measures of depression in a sample of individuals with traumatic brain injury (TBI) and major depressive disorder and explored modifications … For more see J74093

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Influence of catechol-O-methylfransferase on executive functioning longitudinally after early childhood traumatic brain injury: Preliminary findings
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(3), E1-E9 9 pages
Author(s): Kurowski, Brad G.; Backeljauw, Barynia; Zang, Huaiyu; Zhang, Nanhua; Martin, Lisa J.; Pilipenko, Valentina; Yeates, Keith; Taylor, H. Gerry; Wade, Shari
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the association of a functional catechol-O-methyltransferase (COMT) genotype (rs4680) with recovery of executive functions up to 18 months after early childhood traumatic brain injury (TBI) … For more see J74094

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Executive functions deficits after severe traumatic brain injury: The GREFEX study
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(3), E10-E20 11 pages
Author(s): Azouvi, Philippe; Callat-Azouvi, Claire; Joseph, Pierre-Alian; Meulemans, Thierry; Bertola, Celine; Le Gall, Didier; Bellmann, Anne; Roussel, Martine; Coyette, Froncoise; Krier, Marianne; Franconie, Catherine; Bindschadler, Claire; Diouf, Momar; Godefroy, Olivier
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study assessed the sensitivity of traditional paper-and-pencil neuropsychological tests of executive functions and of a behavioral inventory in patients with chronic severe traumatic brain injury (TBI). … For more see J74095

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Emotion regulation after traumatic brain injury: Distinct patterns of sympathetic activity during anger expression and recognition
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(3), E21-E31 11 pages
Author(s): Aboulafia-Brakha, Tatiana; Allain, Philippe; Ptak, Radek
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study assessed psychological and psychophysiological correlates of emotion recognition and anger experience in participants with traumatic brain injury (TBI). Twenty participants with TBI presenting with … For more see J74096

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Use of visual cues by adults with traumatic brain injuries to interpret explicit and inferential information
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(3), E32-E41 10 pages
Author(s): Brown, Jessica A.; Hux, Karen; Knollman-Porter, Kelly; Wallace, Sarah E.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study compared the accuracy with which people with and without severe traumatic brain injury (TBI) interpreted information in contextually rich drawings. Fifteen adults with and 15 adults without severe … For more see J74097

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Loss to follow-up and social background in an inception cohort of patients with severe traumatic brain injury: Results from the PariS-TBI study
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(3), E42-E48 7 pages
Author(s): Jourdan, Claire; Bayen, Eleonore; Bahrami, Stephane; Ghout, Idir; Darnoux, Emmanuelle; Azerad, Sylvie; Ruet, Alexis; Vallat-Azouvi, Claire; Weiss, Jean-Jacques; Aegerter, Philippe; Mateo, Joaquim; Vigue, Bernard; Tazarourte, Karim; Pradat-Diehl, Pascale; Azouvi, Philippe
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study assessed determinants of loss to follow-up (FU) at 2 time points in an inception cohort of individuals with traumatic brain injury (TBI). The PariS-TBI study included 504 adults with severe TBI … For more see J74098

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Neurocognitive models of medical decision-making capacity in traumatic brain injury across injury severity
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(3), E49-E59 11 pages
Author(s): Triebel, Kristen L.; Novack, Thomas A.; Kennedy, Richard; Martin, Roy C.; Dreer, Laura E.; Raman, Rema; Marson, Daniel C.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study identified neurocognitive predictors of medical decision-making capacity (MDC) in participants with mild and moderate/severe traumatic brain injury (TBI). Sixty adult controls and 104 adults with … For more see J74099

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Awareness of subjective fatigue after moderate to severe traumatic brain injury
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(3), E60-E68 9 pages
Author(s): Chiou, Kathy S.; Chiaravalloti, Nancy D.; Wylie, Glenn R.; DeLuca, John; Genova, Helen M.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated awareness of subjective fatigue after traumatic brain injury (TBI) using self- and informant reports. Fourteen adults with moderate-to-severe TBI and 7 healthy controls (HCs) completed … For more see J74100

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Using functional status in the acute hospital to predict discharge destination for stroke patients
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(6), 416-424 9 pages
Author(s): Roberts, Pamela; Mix, Jacqueline ; Rupp, Kelsey; Younan, Christina; Mui, WenLi; Riggs, Richard V.; Niewczyk, Paulette
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated whether functional status measured by the AcuteFIM instrument, a derivative of the Functional Independence Measure (FIM), can be used to predict discharge destination of stroke patients … For more see J74109

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Feasibility of using mobile health to promote self-management in spina bifida
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(6), 425-437 13 pages
Project(s): H133A140005 , H133E090002 , H133E140039
Author(s): Dicianno, Brad E.; Fairman, Andrea D.; McCue, Michael; Parmanto, Bambang; Yih, Erika; McCoy, Andrew; Pramana, Gede; Yu, Daihua X.; McClelland, Justin ; Collins, Diane M.; Brienza, David M.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study explored the feasibility of using the interactive Mobile Health and Rehabilitation (iMHere) system in spina bi?da and examined its effects on psychosocial and medical outcomes. The iMHere system … For more see J74110

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Combining dopaminergic facilitation with robot-assisted upper limb therapy in stroke survivors: A focused review
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(6), 459-474 16 pages
Author(s): Tran, Duc A.; Pajaro-Blazquez, Marta; Daneault, Jean-Francois; Gallegos, Jaime G.; Pons, Jose; Fregni, Felipe; Bonato, Paolo; Zafonte, Ross
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Article critically reviews the rationale behind targeting multiple sites along the motor learning network by combining robotic therapy with pharmacotherapy and virtual reality-based reward learning to … For more see J74112

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Acute cognitive and physical rest may not improve concussion recovery time
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(4), 233-241 9 pages
Author(s): Buckely, Thomas A.; Munkasy, Barry A.; Clouse, Brandy P.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study evaluated the effectiveness of an acute period of cognitive and physical rest on concussion recovery time. Fifty college-aged student athletes with concussions were evaluated, 25 before and 25 after … For more see J74113

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Measurement error in the immediate postconcussion assessment and cognitive testing (ImPACT): Systematic review
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(4), 242-251 10 pages
Author(s): Alsalaheen, Bara; Stockdale, Kayla; Pechumer, Dana; Broglio, Steven P.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study reviewed the literature on the reliability of the Immediate Post-Concussion Assessment and Cognitive Testing (ImPACT). A systematic search of PubMed, CINAHL, and PSYCHINFO databases identified 5,943 … For more see J74114

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Oculomotor-based vision assessment in mild traumatic brain injury: A systematic review
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(4), 252-261 10 pages
Author(s): Hunt, Anne W.; Mah, Katherine; Reed, Nick; Engel, Lisa; Keightly, Michelle
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: This literature review was conducted to synthesize and appraise the evidence regarding the use of oculomotor-based vision assessment to identify and monitor recovery from mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI). … For more see J74115

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Return to physical activity timing and dual-task gait stability are associated 2 months following concussion
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(4), 262-268 7 pages
Author(s): Howell, David R.; Osternig, Louis R.; Christie, Anita D.; Chou, Li-Shan
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the relationship between physical activity resumption timing and gait stability 2 months following concussion. Twenty-nine individuals who sustained a concussion and were subsequently allowed … For more see J74116

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Sports-related concussion results in differential expression of nuclear factor-k B pathway genes in peripheral blood during the acute and subacute periods
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(4), 269-276 8 pages
Author(s): Gill, Jessnica; Merchant-Borna, Kian; Lee, Hyunhwa; Livingston, Whitney S.; Olivera, Anlys; Cashion, Ann; Wang, Dan; Bazarian, Jeffrey J.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined changes in global gene expression in peripheral leukocytes in the acute and subacute periods following a sports-related concussion (SRC) in athletes. Participants were 15 contact-sport … For more see J74117

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Persistent hypogonadotropic hypgonadism in men after severe traumatic brain injury: Temporal hormone profiles and outcome prediction
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(4), 277-287 11 pages
Project(s): H133A120087
Author(s): Barton, David J.; Kumar, Raj G.; McCullough, Emily H.; Galang, Gary; Arenth, Patricia M.; Berga, Sarah L.; Wagner, Amy K.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined relationships between persistent hypogonadotropic hypogonadism (PHH) and long-term outcomes after severe traumatic brain injury (TBI), and determined whether subacute testosterone levels … For more see J74118

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Vocational rehabilitation services and outcomes for transition-age youth with traumatic brain injuries
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(4), 288-295 8 pages
Project(s): H133A100007 , H133A130066
Author(s): Rumrill, Phillip; Wehman, Paul; Cimera, Robert; Kaya, Cahit; Dillard, Chad; Chan, Fong
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study evaluated the influence of demographic variables and vocational rehabilitation (VR) services on the employment outcomes of 1,546 transition-age youth (16-25 years of age) with traumatic brain injuries … For more see J74119

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Evidence-based practice for the use of internal strategies as a memory compensation technique after brain injury: A systematic review
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(4), E1-E11 11 pages
Author(s): O’Neil-Pirozzi, Therese M.; Kennedy, Mary R. T.; Sohlberg, McKay M.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: This study reviewed relevant literature to provide practice recommendations for the use of internal memory strategies with people who have brain injury. A systematic literature search to identified published … For more see J74120

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Therapy online: A web-based video support group for family caregivers of survivors with traumatic brain injury
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(4), E12-E20 9 pages
Author(s): Damianakis, Thecla; Tough, Alicia; Marziali, Elsa; Dawson, Deirdre R.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study explored the benefits of a traumatic brain injury (TBI) caregiver support group intervention provided using videoconferencing within a password-protected Web-based platform. Ten caregivers of family … For more see J74121

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Traumatic brain injury in spinal cord injury: Frequency and risk factors
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(4), E33-E42 10 pages
Author(s): Budisin, Nojana; Bradbury, Cheryl C. L. B.; Sharma, Bhanu; Hitzig, Sander L.; Mikulis, David; Craven, Cathy; McGilivray, Colleen; Corbie, Jasmine; Green, Robin E.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study reviewed past literature on traumatic brain injury (TBI) co-occurring with traumatic spinal cord injury (tSCI). Objectives were to: (1a) reexamine the frequency of dual diagnosis in a study designed … For more see J74122

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Responsiveness, minimal detectable change, and minimally clinically important differences for the disorders of consciousness scale
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(4), E43-E51 9 pages
Author(s): Mallinson, Trudy; Louise-Bender Pape, Theresa; Guernon, Ann
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the responsiveness, minimal detectable change (MDC), and minimally clinically important difference (MCID) of the Disorders of Consciousness Scale (DOCS-25) in patients with severe traumatic … For more see J74123

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Ankle plantarflexor spasticity does not restrict the recovery of ankle plantarflexor strength or ankle power generation for push-off during walking following traumatic brain injury
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(4), E52-E58 7 pages
Author(s): Williams, Gavin; Banky, Megan; Olver, John
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the impact of plantarflexor spasticity on muscle performance for Seventy-two ambulant people with traumatic brain injury (TBI) who were attending physiotherapy for mobility limitations. … For more see J74124

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Measuring neurobehavioral functioning in people with traumatic brain injury: Rasch analysis of neurobehavioral functioning inventory
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(4), E59-E68 10 pages
Author(s): Czuba, Karol J.; Kersten, Paula; Kayes, Nicola M.; Smith, Greta A.; Barker-Collo, Suzanne; Taylor, William J.; McPherson, Kathryn M.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the internal construct validity of the Neurobehavioral Functioning Inventory (NFI) by applying Rasch analysis to data collected from 108 people with traumatic brain injury (TBI) enrolled … For more see J74125

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The effectiveness of social communication partner training for adults with severe chronic TBI and their families using a measure of perceived communication ability
Neurorehabilitation, 38(3), 243-266 13 pages
Author(s): Togher, Leanne; McDOnald, Skye; Tate, Robyn; Rietdijk, Rachael; Power, Emma
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined whether treatment focused on improving the conversational skills of everyday communication partners of people with severe traumatic brain injury (TBI) using a program called TBI Express … For more see J74249

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Treating male sexual dysfunction after traumatic brain injury: Two case reports
Neurorehabilitation, 38(3), 281-289 9 pages
Author(s): Simpson, Grahame K.; McCann, Brett; Lowy, Michael
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Article reports on the treatment of sexual dysfunction in two males with severe traumatic brain injury (TBI). Case one was treated for erectile dysfunction. After a medical examination which found no … For more see J74251

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Balance confidence: A predictor of perceived physical function, perceived mobility, and perceived recovery 1 year after inpatient stroke rehabilitation
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(7), 1064-1071 8 pages
Author(s): Torkia, Caryne; Best, Krista L.; Miller, William C.; Eng, Janice J.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the effect of balance confidence measured at 1 month poststroke rehabilitation on perceived physical function, mobility, and stroke recovery 12 months later. Sixty-nine community-dwelling … For more see J74263

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Validity of single-item patient-rated outcomes in adolescent football athletes with concussion
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(7), 1202-1205 4 pages
Author(s): Valier, Alison R.; Welch Bacon, Cailee E.; Bay, R. Curtis; Houston, Megan N.; Valovich McLeod, Tamara C.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the longitudinal and concurrent validity of single-item patient-rated outcomes (PROs) in adolescent football athletes with concussion. Ninety-four male adolescent interscholastic athletes … For more see J74277

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Do performance-based wheelchair propulsion tests detect changes among manual wheelchair users with spinal cord injury during inpatient rehabilitation in Quebec?
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(7), 1214-1218 5 pages
Author(s): Gagnon, Dany H.; Roy, Audrey; Verrier, Molly C.; Duclos, Cyril; Craven, B. Cathy; Nadeau, Sylvie
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study quantified and compared the responsiveness and concurrent validity of 3 performance-based manual wheelchair propulsion tests among manual wheelchair users with subacute spinal cord injury (SCI) … For more see J74280

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Measurement characteristics of the perceived stress scale in individuals with spinal cord injury
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(7), 1219-1220 2 pages
Project(s): H133B090024
Author(s): Nitsch, Kristian P.; Miskovic, Ana; Rodichok, Barbra
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Article provides an overview of the psychometric properties of the Perceived Stress Scale (PSS) in people with spinal cord injury (SCI), including reliability, validity, standard error of measurement, … For more see J74281

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Non-invasive brain stimulation and robot-assisted gait training after incomplete spinal cord injury: A randomized pilot study
NeuroRehabilitation, 38(1), 15-25 11 pages
Author(s): Raithatha, Ravi; Carrico, Cheryl; Powell, Elizabeth S.; Westgate, Philip M.; Chelette II, Kenneth C.; Lee, Kara; Dunsmore, Laura; Salles, Sara; Sawaki, Lumy
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated whether active transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) paired with locomotor training with a robot-assisted gait orthosis (LT-RGO) improves lower-extremity motor function more … For more see J74143

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Cognitive functioning following traumatic brain injury: A five-year follow-up
NeuroRehabilitation, 38(1), 71-78 8 pages
Author(s): Marsh, Nigel V.; Ludbrook, Maria R.; Gaffaney, Lauren C.,
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study determined the long-term prevalence and severity of cognitive deficits following significant (i.e., ventilation required for >24 hours) traumatic brain injury by assessing a comprehensive range … For more see J74146

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Transfer effects of errorless goal management training on cognitive function and quality of life in brain-injured persons
NeuroRehabilitation, 38(1), 79-84 6 pages
Author(s): Bertens, Dirk; Kessels, Roy P. C.; Boelen, Danielle H. E.; Fasotti, Luciano
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the additional effects of an errorless Goal Management Training (GMT) on cognitive function and quality of life after acquired brain injury (ABI). This is a supplementary analysis of … For more see J74147

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Effect of normal-walking-pattern-based functional electrical stimulation on gait of the lower extremity in subjects with ischemic stroke: A self controlled study
NeuroRehabilitation, 38(2), 163-169 7 pages
Author(s): Xu, Benlei; Yan, Tiebin; Yang, Yuanle; Ou, Ruiqing; Huang, Shuping
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study assessed the efficacy of walking-pattern-based four-channel functional electrical stimulation (FES) and its influence on the gait features of stroke patients with hemiplegia. The walking gaits of … For more see J74152

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Evidence summary and recommendations for improved communication during care transitions
Rehabilitation Nursing, 41(3), 135-148 14 pages
Author(s): Jackson, Patricia D.; Biggins, Mary S.; Cowan, Linda; French, Brenda; Hopkins, Sherry L.; Uphold, Constance R.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study conducted to summarize the evidence and present recommendations for facilitating effective transitions of patient care within the complex Veterans Affairs (VA) Polytrauma System of Care. Selected … For more see J74160

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The molecular pathophysiology of concussive brain injury — an update
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinics of North America, 27(2), 373-393 21 pages
Author(s): Barkhoudarian, Garni; Hovda, David A.; Giza, Christopher C.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: This article updates our previously published article with additional focus on metabolic vulnerability to repeat injury, advanced imaging modalities assessing postconcussive outcomes, chronic changes … For more see J74164

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Sideline management of concussion
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinics of North America, 27(2), 395-409 15 pages
Author(s): Hyden, John; Petty, Benjamin
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Concussion associated with sport is a common occurrence. The sideline assessment of concussion focuses on 4 areas: cognitive ability, balance, associated symptoms, and visual tracking. Tools available … For more see J74165

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Neuroimaging of concussion
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinics of North America, 27(2), 411-428 18 pages
Author(s): Honce, Justin M.; Nyberg, Eric; Jones, Isaac; Nagae, Lidia
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: This review focuses on the role for neuroimaging in the concussed patient and describes the recommended practices related to imaging in concussion. This discussion first focuses on the exclusion of severe … For more see J74166

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Returning to school following sport-related concussion
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinics of North America, 27(2), 429-436 8 pages
Author(s): Iverson, Grant L.; Gioia, Gerard A.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: This article provides recommendations, strategies, and a general approach to support the return to school of students following concussion. Ideally, local policies for return to school are in place to … For more see J74167

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Managing patients with prolonged recovery following concussion
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinics of North America, 27(2), 455-474 20 pages
Author(s): Phillips, Mary M.; Reddy, Cara C.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Article reviews the available evidence on the treatment of patients with persistent symptoms following a concussion. Most individuals who experience concussion can expect full recoveries within the weeks … For more see J74169

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The role of neuropsychological evaluation in the clinical management of concussion
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinics of North America, 27(2), 475-486 12 pages
Author(s): Connery, Amy K.; Peterson, Robin L.; Baker, David A.; Randolph, Christopher; Kirkwood, Maichael W.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Because the etiology of persistent symptoms after concussion is often complex and multifactorial, neuropsychological evaluation can be a useful intervention when a patient is not progressing as expected. … For more see J74170

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Retirement and activity restrictions following concussion
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinics of North America, 27(2), 487-501 15 pages
Author(s): Laker, Scott R.; Meron, Adele; Greher, Michael R.; Wilson, Julie
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Return-to-play decisions in the setting of multiple concussions, prolonged recovery, or structural abnormalities should be individualized based on thorough history, imaging, medical workup, and specialist … For more see J74171

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Potential long-term consequences of concussive and subconcussive injury
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinics of North America, 27(2), 503-511 9 pages
Author(s): Huber, Bertrand R.; Alosco, Michael L.; Stein, Thor D.; McKee, Ann C.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Individuals with a history of repetitive head impacts are at risk for developing chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE). CTE is a unique neurodegenerative disorder characterized by perivascular deposits … For more see J74172

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Effects of legislation on sports-related concussion
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinics of North America, 27(2), 513-527 15 pages
Author(s): Concannon, Leah G.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Current concussion legislation centers on the following three points: Education of athletes, parents, and coaches; removal from practice or play for suspected concussion; and clearance by a health care … For more see J74173

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History of depression and frontostriatal connectivity during reward processing in late adolescent boys
Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology, 45(1), 59-68 10 pages
Project(s): H133P140023
Author(s): Morgan, Judith K.; Shaw, Daniel S.; Olino, Thomas M.; Messelman, Samuel C.; Kurapati, Nikhil T.; Forbes, Erika E.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study evaluated functional connectivity between the nucleus accumbens and medial prefrontal cortex (mPFC) in a sample of 166 ethnically diverse boys with and without a history of depression. Participants … For more see J74350

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Second-order peer reviews of clinically relevant articles for the physiatrist: What works for chronic whiplash-associated disorders: Neck-specific exercises with or without behavioral modification?
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(4), e53-e56 4 pages
Author(s): Standaert, Chris J.; Kumbhare, Dinesh A.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Article reviews the results of a study by Ludvigsson et al. that assessed the role of neck-specific exercise directed by a physical therapist, with or without a behavioral modification component, in the … For more see J74031

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Proposed sonographic criteria for the diagnosis of idiopathic tarsal tunnel syndrome
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(7), 1093-1099 7 pages
Author(s): Tawfik, Eman A.; Zohiery, Abeer K.; Abouelela, Amr A. K.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study proposed new sonographic criteria for the diagnosis of idiopathic tarsal tunnel syndrome (TTS) by documenting the changes in the tibial nerve cross-sectional area (CSA) along the tarsal tunnel in … For more see J74267

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Vitamin D profile of patients with spinal cord injury and post-stroke hemiplegia: All in the same boat
Journal of Back and Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation, 29(2), 205-210 6 pages
Author(s): Benlidayi, Ilke C.; Basaran, Sibel; Seydaoglu, Gulsah; Guzel, Rengin
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study evaluated the vitamin D profile of patients with spinal cord injury (SCI) and post-stroke hemiplegia. Levels of 25-hydroxyvitamin D (25(OH)D) for 118 patients with SCI and hemiplegia were obtained … For more see J74134

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Peripheral nerve injuries: Long term follow-up results of rehabilitation
Journal of Back and Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation, 29(2), 367-371 5 pages
Author(s): Adiguzel, Emre; Yasar, Evren; Tecer, Duygu; Guzelkucuk, Umut; Taskaynatan, Mehmet A.; Kesikburun, Serdar; Ozgul, Ahmet
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the epidemiological and etiological data of patients with peripheral nerve injury (PNI) and identified factors influencing efficacy of rehabilitation methods and outcomes. A total of 112 … For more see J74139

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Using reliability of change analysis to evaluate post-acute neuro-rehabilitatoin
NeuroRehabilitation, 38(1), 93-98 6 pages
Author(s): Palmer, Christina; Kneebone, Ian I.; Strauss, Clara; Jones, Anna-Marie
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated whether analysis of improvement at the level of the individual, taking into account measurement error, offers a more valuable way to assess change and inform service development than … For more see J74148

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Psychometric testing of the modified care dependency scale (Neuro-CDS)
NeuroRehabilitation, 38(2), 211219 9 pages
Author(s): Piredda, Michela; Biagioli, Valentina; Gambale, Giulia; Barbaranelli, Claudio; Palese, Alvisa; Marini, Maria G.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: The Care Dependency Scale (CDS) is a theory-based, comprehensive tool to evaluate functional disability. This study aimed to modify the CDS for neurological and neurorehabilitation patients (Neuro-CDS) … For more see J74154

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Aging with a physical disability
In: J.H. Stone, M. Blouin (editors), International Encyclopedia of Rehabilitation. Buffalo, NY: Center for International Rehabilitation Research Information and Exchange (CIRRIE) 6 pages
Project(s): H133A050008
Author(s): Sheets, Debra
Year: 2010
Abstract [truncated]: Article discusses common diagnoses found in older adults with physical disabilities. Disability is not a static condition but rather a process of continuous adaptation to changes across the life course. … For more see O20328 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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Hippotherapy: Remuneration issues impair the offering of this therapeutic strategy at Southern California rehabilitation centers
Neurorehabilitation, 38(4), 411-417 7 pages
Author(s): Pham, Christine; Bitonte, Robert
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study determined the pervasiveness of hippotherapy in Southern California, and identified factors that impair its utilization. One hundred fifty-two rehabilitation centers in the Southern California counties … For more see J74261

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Evidence based orthopaedic manual therapy for patients with nonspecific low back pain: An integrative approach
Journal of Back and Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation, 29(2), 231-239 9 pages
Author(s): Hidalgo, Benjamin
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Article presents an integrative approach that may help clinicians and researchers to better understand and then to treat patients with non-specific low back pain (LBP). In physical therapy, various forms … For more see J74135

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Contribution of axial motor impairment to physical inactivity in Parkinson disease
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(5), 348-354 7 pages
Author(s): Bryant, Mon S.; Hou, Jyhong G.; Collins, Robert L.; Protas, Elizabeth J.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the relationships between motor symptoms of Parkinson disease (PD) and activity limitations in 90 people with mild-to-moderate PD. Associations among axial motor features, limb motor … For more see J74035

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Randomized trial of peripheral nerve stimulation to enhance constraint-induced therapy after stroke
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(6), 397-406 10 pages
Author(s): Carrico, Cheryl; Chelette II, Kenneth C.; Westgate, Philip M.; Salmon-Powell, Elizabeth; Nichols, Laurie; Sawaki, Lumy
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the effects of peripheral nerve stimulation (PNS) combined with a modi?ed form of constraint-induced therapy (mCIT) on upper-extremity movement function after stroke. Nineteen adult stroke … For more see J74108

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Efficacy of proprioceptive exercises in patients with subacromial impingement syndrome: A single-blinded randomized controlled study
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(3), 169-182 14 pages
Author(s): Dilek, Banu; Gulbahar, Selmin; Gundogdu, Mehtap; Ergin, Burcu; Manisali, Metin; Ozkan, Mustafa; Akalin, Elif
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study evaluated the effectiveness of proprioceptive exercises on shoulder proprioception, range of motion, pain, muscle strength, and function in patients with subacromial impingement syndrome (SIS). … For more see J74018

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Shoulder function and bone mineralization in children with obstetric brachial plexus injury after neuromuscular electrical stimulation during weight-bearing exercises
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(4), 239-247 9 pages
Author(s): Elnaggar, Ragab K.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study evaluated the effects of neuromuscular electrical stimulation (NMES) during weight-bearing exercises on shoulder function and bone mineral density (BMD) in children with obstetric brachial plexus … For more see J74024

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Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation for management of limb spasticity: A systematic review
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(4), 309-318 10 pages
Author(s): Mills, Patricia B.; Dossa, Farhana
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: This systematic review examined the effect of transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) for management of limb spasticity. Electronic databases were searched to identify relevant randomized controlled … For more see J74030

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Second-order peer reviews of clinically relevant articles for the physiatrist: What works for chronic whiplash-associated disorders: Neck-specific exercises with or without behavioral modification?
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(4), e53-e56 4 pages
Author(s): Standaert, Chris J.; Kumbhare, Dinesh A.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Article reviews the results of a study by Ludvigsson et al. that assessed the role of neck-specific exercise directed by a physical therapist, with or without a behavioral modification component, in the … For more see J74031

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Smartphone-based visual feedback trunk control training using a gyroscope and mirroring technology for stroke patients: Single-blinded, randomized clinical trial of efficacy and feasibility
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(5), 319-329 11 pages
Author(s): Shin, Doo C.; Song, Chang H.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study assessed the preliminary efficacy and feasibility of smartphone-based visual feedback trunk control training (SPVFTCT) for improving balance and trunk performance in stroke patients. Twenty-four … For more see J74032

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Combining dopaminergic facilitation with robot-assisted upper limb therapy in stroke survivors: A focused review
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(6), 459-474 16 pages
Author(s): Tran, Duc A.; Pajaro-Blazquez, Marta; Daneault, Jean-Francois; Gallegos, Jaime G.; Pons, Jose; Fregni, Felipe; Bonato, Paolo; Zafonte, Ross
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Article critically reviews the rationale behind targeting multiple sites along the motor learning network by combining robotic therapy with pharmacotherapy and virtual reality-based reward learning to … For more see J74112

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Men and women demonstrate differences in early functional recovery after total knee arthroplasty
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(7), 1154-1162 9 pages
Author(s): Gustavson, Allison M.; Wolfe, Pamela; Falvey, Jason R.; Eckhoff, Donald G.; Toth, Michael J.; Stevens-Lapsley, Jennifer E.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated whether sex affects the trajectory of functional recovery after total knee arthroplasty (TKA) through a retrospective analysis from a historical database containing data from 3 prospective … For more see J74273

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Patient-reported mobility: A systematic review
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(7), 1182-1194 13 pages
Author(s): Pinto-Carral, Arrate; Fernandez-Villa, Tania; Molina de la Torre, Antonio J.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study identified self-administered instruments to assess mobility in adults with disability; linked the mobility assessed by these instruments to the International Classification of Functioning, Disability … For more see J74275

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Evidence based orthopaedic manual therapy for patients with nonspecific low back pain: An integrative approach
Journal of Back and Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation, 29(2), 231-239 9 pages
Author(s): Hidalgo, Benjamin
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Article presents an integrative approach that may help clinicians and researchers to better understand and then to treat patients with non-specific low back pain (LBP). In physical therapy, various forms … For more see J74135

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Peripheral nerve injuries: Long term follow-up results of rehabilitation
Journal of Back and Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation, 29(2), 367-371 5 pages
Author(s): Adiguzel, Emre; Yasar, Evren; Tecer, Duygu; Guzelkucuk, Umut; Taskaynatan, Mehmet A.; Kesikburun, Serdar; Ozgul, Ahmet
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the epidemiological and etiological data of patients with peripheral nerve injury (PNI) and identified factors influencing efficacy of rehabilitation methods and outcomes. A total of 112 … For more see J74139

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Kinesio taping for temporomandibular disorders: Single-blind, randomized, controlled trial of effectiveness
Journal of Back and Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation, 29(2), 373-380 8 pages
Author(s): Benlidayi, Ilke C.; Salimov, Fariz; Kurkcu, Mehmet; Guzel, Rengin
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the efficacy of Kinesio Taping (KT) in patients with temporomandibular disorders (TMD). Twenty-eight patients with TMDs were randomized into experimental and control groups (14 patient … For more see J74140

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Application of laser radiation and magnetostimulation in therapy of patients with multiple sclerosis
NeuroRehabilitation, 38(2), 183-190 8 pages
Author(s): Kubsik, Anna; Klimkiewicz, Robert; Janczewska, Katarzyna; Klimkiewicz, Paulina; Jankowska, Agnieszka; Woldanska-Okonska, Marta
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the effect of laser radiation and other therapies on the functional status of patients with multiple sclerosis (MS). One hundred male and female patients were randomly divided into four … For more see J74153

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Knowing what we’re doing: Why specification of treatment methods is critical for evidence-based practice in speech-language pathology
American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology: A Journal of Clinical Practice (AJSLP), 25(2), 164-171 8 pages
Project(s): H133A080053
Author(s): Turkstra, Lyn S.; Norman, Rocio; Whyte, John; Dijkers, Marcel P.; Hart, Tessa
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Article describes the conceptual framework of the multidisciplinary rehabilitation treatment taxonomy (RTT) and illustrates its potential use in speech-language pathology (SLP) clinical practice and research. … For more see J74087

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Effectiveness of speech therapy in evolution of oral ingestion in patients with post stroke Oropharyngeal Dysphagia
Author(s): Clarissa Inaoka; Christiane Albuquerque
Year: 2014
… For more see I242176

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Characterizing and follow-up of the children with phonological disorder
Author(s): Francislaine Golembiouski; Gilsane Raquel Czlusniak; Jáima Pinheiro de Oliveira; Maria Fernanda Bagarollo; Ana Paula Dassie-Leite
Year: 2014
… For more see I242179

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The Effects of Vojta’s Reflex Locomotion Movement on Respiratory Capacity in Children with Spastic Cerebral Palsy
Author(s): Joo, Gi Chan; Lee, Hyo Jeong
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: Study evaluated the effects of Vojta’s reflex locomotion movement on the respiratory capacity of 16 children with spastic cerebral palsy. In the Vojta method, the therapist administers goal-directed pressure … For more see I242285

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The Effects of Game Program on Depression and Self-efficacy, Rehabilitation Motivation for Stroke Patients
Author(s): Song, Seung Il; Lee, Jong Min
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the effects of a game program on depression and self-efficacy rehabilitation motivation for patients with stroke. Fifty stroke patients were randomly divided into experimental and control … For more see I242289

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Effects of a Symmetry Memory Strategy on the Retrieval of Children with Intellectual Disabilities
Author(s): Hwang, Jung Bo; Jung, Hwa Shik
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the effects of repetitive performance training of symmetry tasks on memory retrieval. Sixty-seven elementary school students (fourth, fifth, and sixth graders) with intellectual disabilities … For more see I242290

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A Meta-Analysis on the Effects of Sensory Integration Intervention for Children: Focus on Studies of South Korea
Author(s): Hong, Eun Kyoung; Kim, Kyeong Mi
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: Study reviewed the Korean literature on the effects of sensory integration intervention for children. Multiple databases were searched using the key words were “sensory integration”, “sensory”, “integration”, … For more see I242293

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The Effects of Video Modeling on the Meal Preparation for Adult Mental Retardation: Single Subject Design
Author(s): Shin, Hyeon Hui; Choi, Yeon Woo; Kim, Su Jin; Kim, Kyeong Mi
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: This study investigated the effects of video modeling on teaching instrumental activities of daily living (IADL) skills, specifically, cooking ramen, to an adult with mental retardation. The intervention … For more see I242297

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The Effect of Task-Oriented Activity on Self-efficacy and Rehabilitation Motivation for Stroke Patients
Author(s): Song, Seung Il; Jung, Jae Hun; Lee, Jong Min
Year: 2015
… For more see I242299

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The Effect to Social Problem Solving Skills by the Changes of Personalities in Stroke Patients
Author(s): Shin, Yoon A; Kwon, Hyuk Cheol; Park, So Won
Year: 2015
… For more see I242300

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The Effects of Cognitive Rehabilitation Program on EEG for Patients with Vascular Dementia
Author(s): Lee, Hyo Jeong; Hwang, Kyoung Ok
Year: 2014
… For more see I242312

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The Validity of the Modified Postural Assessment Scale for Stroke and Berg Balance Scale in Predicting Fall of Subacute Stroke Patients
Author(s): Park, Chang Sik
Year: 2014
… For more see I242314

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The Reliability and Validity of the Modified Postural Assessment Scale for Stroke(Korean Version) in Stroke Patients
Author(s): Lee, Gyu Chang; Lee, Yun Bok; An, Seung Heon
Year: 2014
… For more see I242317

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The Effect of A Combined Functional Electrical Stimulation with Progressive Speed Treadmill Training for Gait and Balance Performance in Stroke Survivors
Author(s): Jeon, Gwang Yol; Choi, Won Jae; Lee, Seung Won
Year: 2014
… For more see I242318

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A Study on the Interaction of Rehabilitation Service and Life Satisfaction of Industrially Injured Workers
Author(s): Jang, Y. M.; Yeum, D. M.
Year: 2015
… For more see I242347

Search Strategy: Psychological disabilities

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Poststroke Depression
Author(s): Min Kyun Son
Year: 2015
… For more see I242219

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Development of Prediction Model for Depression among Parents with Disabled Children: Based on the Mediation Effect of Social Supports and Family Resilience
Author(s): Hyesook Keum; Yeonghee Shin; Hyeyoung Kim
Year: 2016
… For more see I242190

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An Exploratory Study on ICF Core Set Clinical Apply for Mental Illness Psychiatric Hospital in Korea
Author(s): Jin Myungja; Lee Youngsung
Year: 2016
… For more see I242197

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Experimental Tendency of Researches of Adapted Physical Education Programs and Arbitrations for Persons with Emotional and/or Behavioral Disorder and Autistic Spectrum Disorder: Evidence-Based Practice
Author(s): Yun, Ju Yeon; Kim, Yu Hwan
Year: 2015
… For more see I242246

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Causality analysis between depression and unemployment for individuals with disabilities – verification on the effect of autoregressive cross-lagged model
Author(s): Hwang, Ju-Hee; Kim, Hong-Mo; Chun, Doing-Il
Year: 2014
… For more see I242265

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The relationship between socioeconomic status and health of the employees with disabilities – Focused on the mediating effects of depression and disability acceptance
Author(s): Lee, Gye-Seung
Year: 2014
… For more see I242272

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The Effects of Literary Therapy Program based on SST by Using Picture Cards on ADHD of Adolescents for EBD
Author(s): Kim, Sungbum
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the effectiveness of using literary therapy program based on SST (Social Skills Training) by using picture cards to decrease attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in adolescents … For more see I242286

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The Effects of Game Program on Depression and Self-efficacy, Rehabilitation Motivation for Stroke Patients
Author(s): Song, Seung Il; Lee, Jong Min
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the effects of a game program on depression and self-efficacy rehabilitation motivation for patients with stroke. Fifty stroke patients were randomly divided into experimental and control … For more see I242289

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Effect of N-BACK Program for Cognition, Visual-Perception, Depression, Anxiety, Activity of Daily Living in Stroke Patients
Author(s): S. Y. Kim; S. N. Kwon; J. H. Kim
Year: 2015
… For more see I242342

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Cognitive Factor, Depression and Their Relationship in Elderly Post-stroke Patient
Author(s): Kim, Hong-Keu; Shin, Yeon-Jeon
Year: 2014
… For more see I242386

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Effect of Board Game Program on Depression and Quality of the Life for Elderly with Stroke
Author(s): Lee Min Jae; Lee Sun Min
Year: 2015
… For more see I242259

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Emotional changes after a traumatic brain inury
Project(s): H133A110004 , H133A120028
Author(s): James, Silas; Cory, Matthew
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: This graphic fact sheet provides information about the emotional changes that people with traumatic brain injury may experience. The causes and signs of emotional liability (mood swings), anxiety, depression, … For more see O20350 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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Alteraciones emocionales después de una lesión cerebral traumática
Project(s): H133A110004 , H133A120028
Author(s): James, Silas; Cory, Matthew
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: This graphic fact sheet provides information about the emotional changes that people with traumatic brain injury may experience. The causes and signs of emotional liability (mood swings), anxiety, depression, … For more see O20352 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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Associations between traumatic brain injury, suspected psychiatric condition, and unemployment in operation enduring freedom/operation Iraqi freedom veterans
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(3), 191-203 14 pages
Author(s): Pogoda, Terri K.; Stolzmann, Kelly L.; Iverson, Katherine M.; Baker, Errol; Krengel, Maxine; Lew, Henry L.; Amara, Jomana H.; Meterko, Mark
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the association of demographic characteristics, traumatic brain injury (TBI) history, suspected psychiatric conditions, and current neurobehavioral health symptoms with employment status … For more see J74091

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The effects of music intervention on background pain and anxiety in burn patients: Randomized controlled clinical trial
Journal of Burn Care And Research (formerly Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation), 37(4), 226-234 9 pages
Author(s): Ghezeljeh, Tahereh N.; Ardebili, Tatimah M.; Rafii, Forough; Haghani, Hamid
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the effect of music on the background pain, anxiety, and relaxation levels in burn patients. One hundred hospitalized burn patients were randomly assigned to music and control groups. … For more see J74103

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Balance confidence: A predictor of perceived physical function, perceived mobility, and perceived recovery 1 year after inpatient stroke rehabilitation
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(7), 1064-1071 8 pages
Author(s): Torkia, Caryne; Best, Krista L.; Miller, William C.; Eng, Janice J.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the effect of balance confidence measured at 1 month poststroke rehabilitation on perceived physical function, mobility, and stroke recovery 12 months later. Sixty-nine community-dwelling … For more see J74263

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Can cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia also treat fatigue, pain, and mood symptoms in individuals with traumatic brain injury? — A multiple case report
NeuroRehabilitation, 38(1), 59-69 11 pages
Author(s): Lu, William; Krellman, Jason W.; Dijkers, Marcel P.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Article reviews the use of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I) for three participants with traumatic brain injuries (TBI) of different severities. CBT-I is a manualized treatment that effectively … For more see J74145

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Self-perceived burden in the young and middle-aged inpatients with stroke: A cross-sectional survey
Rehabilitation Nursing, 41(2), 101-111 11 pages
Author(s): Ren, Hongfei; Liu, Changqing; Yang, Rong; Ma, Fang; Zhang, Mingguang; Wang, Rui; Gan, Li
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study explored the prevalence and the features of self-perceived burden (SPB) in the young and middle-aged inpatients with stroke and identified predictors of SPB. One hundred fifty-five patients were … For more see J74158

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Protective factors, risk indicators, and contraceptive consistency among college women
Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, and Neonatal Nursing, 45(2), 155-165 11 pages
Project(s): 90RT5039
Author(s): Morrison, Leslie F.; Sieving, Renee E.; Pettingell, Sandra L.; Hellerstedt, Wendy L.; McMorris, Barbara J.; Bearinger, Linda H.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study identified risk and protective factors associated with consistent contraceptive use among emerging adult female college students and explored whether effects of risk indicators were moderated by … For more see J74075

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Evaluating the psychometric properties of 3 depression measures in a sample of persons with traumatic brain injury and major depressive disorder
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(3), 225-232 8 pages
Project(s): H133G070016
Author(s): Dyer, Joshua R.; Williams, Ryan; Bombardier, Charles H.; Vannoy, Steven; Fann, Jesse R.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study compared the psychometric properties of 3 widely used measures of depression in a sample of individuals with traumatic brain injury (TBI) and major depressive disorder and explored modifications … For more see J74093

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Awareness of subjective fatigue after moderate to severe traumatic brain injury
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(3), E60-E68 9 pages
Author(s): Chiou, Kathy S.; Chiaravalloti, Nancy D.; Wylie, Glenn R.; DeLuca, John; Genova, Helen M.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated awareness of subjective fatigue after traumatic brain injury (TBI) using self- and informant reports. Fourteen adults with moderate-to-severe TBI and 7 healthy controls (HCs) completed … For more see J74100

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Persistent hypogonadotropic hypgonadism in men after severe traumatic brain injury: Temporal hormone profiles and outcome prediction
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(4), 277-287 11 pages
Project(s): H133A120087
Author(s): Barton, David J.; Kumar, Raj G.; McCullough, Emily H.; Galang, Gary; Arenth, Patricia M.; Berga, Sarah L.; Wagner, Amy K.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined relationships between persistent hypogonadotropic hypogonadism (PHH) and long-term outcomes after severe traumatic brain injury (TBI), and determined whether subacute testosterone levels … For more see J74118

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Kinesio taping for temporomandibular disorders: Single-blind, randomized, controlled trial of effectiveness
Journal of Back and Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation, 29(2), 373-380 8 pages
Author(s): Benlidayi, Ilke C.; Salimov, Fariz; Kurkcu, Mehmet; Guzel, Rengin
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the efficacy of Kinesio Taping (KT) in patients with temporomandibular disorders (TMD). Twenty-eight patients with TMDs were randomized into experimental and control groups (14 patient … For more see J74140

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Utilization of the expanded disability status scale as a distinctive instrument for walking impairment in persons with multiple sclerosis with mild disability
NeuroRehabilitation, 38(1), 7-14 8 pages
Author(s): Kahraman, Turhan; Savci, Sema; Poyraz, Esra C.; Ozakbas, Serkan; Idiman, Egemen
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: The Expanded Disability Status Scale (EDSS) is a well-established clinical measure to assess disability in multiple sclerosis (MS). Gait dysfunction is primarily considered for scoring only above EDSS … For more see J74142

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Bio-psycho-social effects of a coordinated neurorehabilitation programme: A naturalistic mixed methods study
NeuroRehabilitation, 38(2), 99-113 15 pages
Author(s): Glintborg, Chalotte; Hansen, Tia G. B.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated bio-psycho-social outcomes and perceptions of a coordinated rehabilitation program. In a prospective, naturalistic mixed methods study, rehabilitation outcomes for 82 adults (18–66 … For more see J74149

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Occurrence of depressive symptoms among older adults after a stroke in the nursing home facility
Rehabilitation Nursing, 41(2), 112-119 11 pages
Author(s): Kowalska, Joanna; Bojko, Ewa; Szczepanska-Gieracha, Joanna; Rymaszewska, Joanna; Rozek-Piechura, Krystyna
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study analyzed the prevalence of depressive symptoms among older adults after stroke in a nursing home (NH). The Mini Mental State Examination (MMSE), Geriatric Depression Scale (GDS), Acceptance Illness … For more see J74159

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Evidence summary and recommendations for improved communication during care transitions
Rehabilitation Nursing, 41(3), 135-148 14 pages
Author(s): Jackson, Patricia D.; Biggins, Mary S.; Cowan, Linda; French, Brenda; Hopkins, Sherry L.; Uphold, Constance R.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study conducted to summarize the evidence and present recommendations for facilitating effective transitions of patient care within the complex Veterans Affairs (VA) Polytrauma System of Care. Selected … For more see J74160

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History of depression and frontostriatal connectivity during reward processing in late adolescent boys
Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology, 45(1), 59-68 10 pages
Project(s): H133P140023
Author(s): Morgan, Judith K.; Shaw, Daniel S.; Olino, Thomas M.; Messelman, Samuel C.; Kurapati, Nikhil T.; Forbes, Erika E.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study evaluated functional connectivity between the nucleus accumbens and medial prefrontal cortex (mPFC) in a sample of 166 ethnically diverse boys with and without a history of depression. Participants … For more see J74350

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Emotion regulation after traumatic brain injury: Distinct patterns of sympathetic activity during anger expression and recognition
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(3), E21-E31 11 pages
Author(s): Aboulafia-Brakha, Tatiana; Allain, Philippe; Ptak, Radek
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study assessed psychological and psychophysiological correlates of emotion recognition and anger experience in participants with traumatic brain injury (TBI). Twenty participants with TBI presenting with … For more see J74096

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Exploring personal medicine as part of self-directed care: Expanding perspectives on medical necessity
Psychiatric Services (formerly Hospital and Community Psychiatry), 67(8), 883-889 7 pages
Project(s): H133B100037
Author(s): Snethen, Gretchen; Bilger, Andrea; Maula, Erme C.; Salzer, Mark S.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the types of goods and services that individuals with serious mental illness request in a self-directed care (SDC) intervention. SDC offers individuals increased decision making and flexibility … For more see J74076

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Assessing recovery-promoting competencies of providers serving Latinos with serious mental illnesses
Journal of Latina/o Psychology, 3(4), 239-257 19 pages
Project(s): H133G060071
Author(s): Rogers, E. Sally; Russinova, Zlatka; Maru, Mihoko; Restrepo-Toro, Maria E.; Cook, Karon F.; Rogers, James
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: The purpose of this study was to culturally adapt an instrument that assesses the competencies of mental health and rehabilitation providers to promote the recovery of Latina/o mental health clients. … For more see J74085

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Exploring the work lives of adults with serious mental illness from a vocational psychology perspective
Journal of Counseling Psychology, 62(4), 642-654 13 pages
Project(s): H133P070001
Author(s): Millner, Uma C.; Rogers, Erna S.; Block, Philippe; Costa, William; Pritchett, Sharon; Woods, Tracy
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: This study explored the perspectives on work of adults with serious mental illness, compared perspectives of young and older adults, and assessed these perspectives for the applicability of a well-established … For more see J74086

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Age related disabilities — Aging and quality of life
In: J.H. Stone, M. Blouin (editors), International Encyclopedia of Rehabilitation. Buffalo, NY: Center for International Rehabilitation Research Information and Exchange (CIRRIE) 13 pages
Project(s): H133A050008
Author(s): Chappell, Neena L.; Cooke, Heather A.
Year: 2010
Abstract [truncated]: Article describes the disabilities individuals are likely to experience as they age, discusses the role of the environment in the disablement process, and examines the potential of therapeutic environments … For more see O20326 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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Factors associated with community participation among individuals who have experienced homelessness
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 12(9), 11364-11378 15 pages
Project(s): H133B090014 , H133G060180
Author(s): Chang, Feng-Hang; Helfrich, Christine A.; Coster, Wendy J.; Rogers, E. Sally
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: Study used the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health as a framework to examine factors associated with community participation among people who are homeless or recently housed … For more see J74080

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Individual peer support: A qualitative study of mechanisms of its effectiveness
Community Mental Health Journal, 51(4), 445-452 8 pages
Project(s): H133B040026
Author(s): Gidugu, Vasudha; Rogers, E. Sally; Harrington, Steven; Maru, Mihoko; Johnson, Gene; Cohee, Julie; Hinkel, Jennifer
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: This qualitative study examined the role of the peer support specialist, to further elucidate the nature and processes of individual peer support, and to clarify what makes peer support effective from … For more see J74081

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A randomized clinical trial investigating the effect of a healthcare access model for individuals with severe psychiatric disabilities
Community Mental Health Journal, 52(6), 667-674 8 pages
Author(s): Rogers, E. Sally; Maru, Mihoko; Kash-MacDonald, Megan; Archer-Williams, Mariah; Hashemi, Lobat; Boardman, Judith
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study evaluated a healthcare access model that integrated primary care into a community mental health setting for individuals with severe psychiatric disabilities. It was hypothesized that this approach … For more see J74084

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Prognostic models for predicting posttraumatic seizures during acute hospitalization, and at 1 and 2 years following traumatic brain injury
Epilepsia 12 pages
Project(s): H133A120031 , H133A120035 , H133A120084 , H133A120087
Author(s): Ritter, Anne C.; Wagner, Amy K.; Szaflarski, Jerzy P.; Brooks, Maria M.; Zafonte, Ross D.; Pugh, Mary Jo V.; Fabio, Anthony; Hammond, Flora M.; Dreer, Laura E.; Bushnik, Tamara; Walker, William C.; Brown, Allen W.; Johnson-Green, Doug; Shea, Timothy; Krellman, Jason W.; Rosenthal, Joseph A.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study developed and internally validated preliminary prognostic regression models to predict Posttraumatic seizures (PTS) during acute care hospitalization, and at 1 year and 2 years after traumatic brain … For more see J74088

Search Strategy: Rehabilitation Engineering Research Centers (H133E)

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Accessible mHealth for patients with dexterity impairments
In ASSETS ’14: Proceedings of the 16th International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers & Accessibility. ACM, New York, 235-236 2 pages
Project(s): H133E100002
Author(s): Yu, Daihua X.; Parmanto, Bambang; Dicianno, Brad E.; Watzlaf, Valerie J.; Seelman, Katherine D.
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: This study was conducted to design and transform an existing mobile health (mHealth) system called iMHere (interactive mobile health and rehabilitation) to make it more usable and accessible for people … For more see O20209

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Finite element modeling and analysis applications in osteogenesis imperfecta
In Peter A. Smith, Frank Rauch, Gerald F. Harris, eds. Transitional Care in Osteogenesis Imperfecta. Chicago, IL: Shriners Hospitals for Children; 2015, 149-160 12 pages
Project(s): H133E100007
Author(s): Fritz, Jessica M.; Grosland, Nicole; Smith, Peter; Harris, Gerald
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: This chapter discussed the use of finite element analysis (FEA) to asses fracture risk in long bones of individuals with osteogenesis imperfecta (OI). FEA is a general technique for mathematically approximating … For more see J74067

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Material and structural aspects of bone in osteogenesis imperfecta
In Peter A. Smith, Frank Rauch, Gerald F. Harris, eds. Transitional Care in Osteogenesis Imperfecta. Chicago, IL: Shriners Hospitals for Children; 2015, 177-194 18 pages
Project(s): H133E100007 , H133P080005
Author(s): Albert, Carolyne; Jameson, John; Smith, Peter; Harris, Gerald
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: This chapter describes basic mechanical concepts pertaining to the strength of bone structures and materials, and presents a synthesis of existing literature regarding the mechanical properties of bones … For more see J74068

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Motion analysis strategy appropriate for 3D kinematic assessment of children and adults with osteogenesis imperfecta
In Peter A. Smith, Frank Rauch, Gerald F. Harris, eds. Transitional Care in Osteogenesis Imperfecta. Chicago, IL: Shriners Hospitals for Children; 2015, 251-268 18 pages
Project(s): H133E100007
Author(s): Kertis, Jeffrey; Fritz, Jessica M; Tarima, Sergey; Harris, Gerald
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: This chapter describes a low-cost motion analysis system appropriate for complete three-dimensional (3D) assessment of upper- and lower-extremity kinematics. The focus of this work addresses the assessment … For more see J74069

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Fluoroscopic system for assessment of in vivo hindfoot kinematics during gait: Control data and applications in osteogenesis imperfecta
In Peter A. Smith, Frank Rauch, Gerald F. Harris, eds. Transitional Care in Osteogenesis Imperfecta. Chicago, IL: Shriners Hospitals for Children; 2015, 285-299 15 pages
Project(s): H133E100007
Author(s): McHenry, Benjamin; Long, Jason; Smith, Peter; Altiok, Haluk; Harris, Gerald
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: This chapter presents a study that developed a multi-segmental hindfoot model that used fluoroscopy to define bony segment position. Five subjects with normal lower-extremity function underwent standard … For more see J74070

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Upper extremity inverse dynamics model for Lofstrand crutch-assisted gait in children with osteogenesis imperfecta
In Peter A. Smith, Frank Rauch, Gerald F. Harris, eds. Transitional Care in Osteogenesis Imperfecta. Chicago, IL: Shriners Hospitals for Children; 2015, 345-370 26 pages
Project(s): H133E100007
Author(s): Slavens, Brooke A.; Bhagchandani, Neha; Wang, Mei; Smith, Peter A.; Harris, Gerald F.
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: Chapter describes the development of a three-dimensional (3D) biomechanical model to quantify upper extremity (UE) kinematics and kinetics during Lofstrand crutch-assisted gait in children with osteogenesis … For more see J74072

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Sagittal fluoroscopy for the assessment of hindfoot kinematics
Journal of Biomechanical Engineering, 138(3), 034502 6 pages
Project(s): H133E100007 , H133P080005
Author(s): McHenry, Benjamin D.; Exten, Emily; Long, Jason T.; Harris, Gerald F.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study explored the use of fluoroscopy to noninvasively quantify talocrural and subtalar sagittal plane kinematics. A fluoroscopy system was designed and built to synchronize with an existing motion analysis … For more see J74073

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Feasibility of using mobile health to promote self-management in spina bifida
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(6), 425-437 13 pages
Project(s): H133A140005 , H133E090002 , H133E140039
Author(s): Dicianno, Brad E.; Fairman, Andrea D.; McCue, Michael; Parmanto, Bambang; Yih, Erika; McCoy, Andrew; Pramana, Gede; Yu, Daihua X.; McClelland, Justin ; Collins, Diane M.; Brienza, David M.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study explored the feasibility of using the interactive Mobile Health and Rehabilitation (iMHere) system in spina bi?da and examined its effects on psychosocial and medical outcomes. The iMHere system … For more see J74110

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Predictive validity of the spinal cord injury pressure ulcer scale (SCIPUS) in acute care and inpatient rehabilitation in individuals with traumatic spinal cord injury
Neurorehabilitation, 38(4), 401-409 9 pages
Project(s): H133E070024 , H133P110012
Author(s): Krishnan, Shilpa; Brick, Rachelle S.; Kang, Patricia E.; Tzen, Yi-Ting; Garber, Susan L.; Sowa, Gewndolyn A.; Brienza, David M.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study assessed the validity of the Spinal Cord Injury Pressure Ulcer Scale (SCIPUS) during acute care and inpatient rehabilitation following spinal cord injury (SCI) by determining critical cutoff points … For more see J74260

Search Strategy: Rehabilitation success/outcome

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Analysis Research of Intervention for Children with ADHD : Using Academic Journal in Korea from 2006 – 2015
Author(s): Park, Chae Jin; Kim Su Jin
Year: 2016
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A Meta-Analysis on the Effects of Sensory Integration Intervention for Children: Focus on Studies of South Korea
Author(s): Hong, Eun Kyoung; Kim, Kyeong Mi
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: Study reviewed the Korean literature on the effects of sensory integration intervention for children. Multiple databases were searched using the key words were “sensory integration”, “sensory”, “integration”, … For more see I242293

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Efficacy of proprioceptive exercises in patients with subacromial impingement syndrome: A single-blinded randomized controlled study
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(3), 169-182 14 pages
Author(s): Dilek, Banu; Gulbahar, Selmin; Gundogdu, Mehtap; Ergin, Burcu; Manisali, Metin; Ozkan, Mustafa; Akalin, Elif
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study evaluated the effectiveness of proprioceptive exercises on shoulder proprioception, range of motion, pain, muscle strength, and function in patients with subacromial impingement syndrome (SIS). … For more see J74018

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Effect of aerobic exercise interventions on mobility among stroke patients: A systematic review
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(3), 214-224 11 pages
Author(s): Kendall, Bradley J.; Gothe, Neha P.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: This systematic review analyzed studies that examined the effectiveness of aerobic exercise interventions on mobility in long-term stroke survivors. Electronic databases were searched for randomized control … For more see J74022

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What should be the roles of physiatrists in early acute care rehabilitation? Current literature, models of care, and thoughts for the future
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(3), 225-229 5 pages
Author(s): Tam, Alan K. H.; Berbrayer, David; Robinson, Lawrence R.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: This commentary explores the current state of evidence regarding early physiatry consultation on patient outcomes and briefly discusses some next steps in measuring the impact of these interventions. … For more see J74023

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Shoulder function and bone mineralization in children with obstetric brachial plexus injury after neuromuscular electrical stimulation during weight-bearing exercises
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(4), 239-247 9 pages
Author(s): Elnaggar, Ragab K.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study evaluated the effects of neuromuscular electrical stimulation (NMES) during weight-bearing exercises on shoulder function and bone mineral density (BMD) in children with obstetric brachial plexus … For more see J74024

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Effects of vestibular rehabilitation on balance control in older people with chronic dizziness: A randomized clinical trial
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(4), 256-269 14 pages
Author(s): Ricci, Natalia A.; Aratani, Mayra C.; Caovilla, Heloisa H.; Gananca, Fernando F.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study compared the effects of 2 vestibular rehabilitation protocols on balance control in older adults with dizziness. Eighty-two elderly adults with chronic dizziness from vestibular disorders were randomly … For more see J74026

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Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation for management of limb spasticity: A systematic review
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(4), 309-318 10 pages
Author(s): Mills, Patricia B.; Dossa, Farhana
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: This systematic review examined the effect of transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) for management of limb spasticity. Electronic databases were searched to identify relevant randomized controlled … For more see J74030

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Second-order peer reviews of clinically relevant articles for the physiatrist: What works for chronic whiplash-associated disorders: Neck-specific exercises with or without behavioral modification?
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(4), e53-e56 4 pages
Author(s): Standaert, Chris J.; Kumbhare, Dinesh A.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Article reviews the results of a study by Ludvigsson et al. that assessed the role of neck-specific exercise directed by a physical therapist, with or without a behavioral modification component, in the … For more see J74031

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Smartphone-based visual feedback trunk control training using a gyroscope and mirroring technology for stroke patients: Single-blinded, randomized clinical trial of efficacy and feasibility
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(5), 319-329 11 pages
Author(s): Shin, Doo C.; Song, Chang H.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study assessed the preliminary efficacy and feasibility of smartphone-based visual feedback trunk control training (SPVFTCT) for improving balance and trunk performance in stroke patients. Twenty-four … For more see J74032

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Effectiveness of individualized home-based exercise on turning and balance performance among adults older than 50 yrs: A randomized controlled trial
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(5), 355-365 11 pages
Author(s): Ashari, Asmidawati; Hamid, Tengku A.; Hussain, Mohd R.; Hill, Keith D.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study evaluated the effectiveness of an individualized home-based exercise program that included specific turning exercises in improving turning performance in adults identified as having unsteadiness … For more see J74036

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Effect on pain and symptoms of aspiration before hyaluronan injection for knee osteoarthritis: A prospective, randomized, single-blind study
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(5), 366-371 6 pages
Author(s): Zhang, Qiankun; Zhang, Ting
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated whether synovial fluid aspiration of the knee joint compared to no aspiration, before and after 5 weekly injections of intra-articular hyaluronan, provides an improvement in knee pain … For more see J74037

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Exploring the work lives of adults with serious mental illness from a vocational psychology perspective
Journal of Counseling Psychology, 62(4), 642-654 13 pages
Project(s): H133P070001
Author(s): Millner, Uma C.; Rogers, Erna S.; Block, Philippe; Costa, William; Pritchett, Sharon; Woods, Tracy
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: This study explored the perspectives on work of adults with serious mental illness, compared perspectives of young and older adults, and assessed these perspectives for the applicability of a well-established … For more see J74086

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Cerebral blood flow during treadmill exercise is a marker of physiological postconcussion syndrome in female athletes
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(3), 215-224 10 pages
Author(s): Clausen, Mary; Pendergast, David R.; Willer, Barry; Leddy, John
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study evaluated the control of cerebral blood flow (CBF) during exercise in females with postconcussion syndrome (PCS). Participants were 9 female collegiate team athletes with PCS and a reference group … For more see J74092

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Loss to follow-up and social background in an inception cohort of patients with severe traumatic brain injury: Results from the PariS-TBI study
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(3), E42-E48 7 pages
Author(s): Jourdan, Claire; Bayen, Eleonore; Bahrami, Stephane; Ghout, Idir; Darnoux, Emmanuelle; Azerad, Sylvie; Ruet, Alexis; Vallat-Azouvi, Claire; Weiss, Jean-Jacques; Aegerter, Philippe; Mateo, Joaquim; Vigue, Bernard; Tazarourte, Karim; Pradat-Diehl, Pascale; Azouvi, Philippe
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study assessed determinants of loss to follow-up (FU) at 2 time points in an inception cohort of individuals with traumatic brain injury (TBI). The PariS-TBI study included 504 adults with severe TBI … For more see J74098

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Measurement error in the immediate postconcussion assessment and cognitive testing (ImPACT): Systematic review
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(4), 242-251 10 pages
Author(s): Alsalaheen, Bara; Stockdale, Kayla; Pechumer, Dana; Broglio, Steven P.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study reviewed the literature on the reliability of the Immediate Post-Concussion Assessment and Cognitive Testing (ImPACT). A systematic search of PubMed, CINAHL, and PSYCHINFO databases identified 5,943 … For more see J74114

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Persistent hypogonadotropic hypgonadism in men after severe traumatic brain injury: Temporal hormone profiles and outcome prediction
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(4), 277-287 11 pages
Project(s): H133A120087
Author(s): Barton, David J.; Kumar, Raj G.; McCullough, Emily H.; Galang, Gary; Arenth, Patricia M.; Berga, Sarah L.; Wagner, Amy K.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined relationships between persistent hypogonadotropic hypogonadism (PHH) and long-term outcomes after severe traumatic brain injury (TBI), and determined whether subacute testosterone levels … For more see J74118

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Social cognition and executive functioning predictors of supervisors’ appraisal of interpersonal behavior in the workplace following acquired brain injury
Neurorehabilitation, 38(3), 299-310 12 pages
Author(s): Yeates, Giles; Rowberry, Michelle; Dunne, Stephen; Goshawk, Michelle; Mahadevan, Mythreyi; Tyerman, Ruth; Salter, Mandy; Hillier, Martin; Berry, Alister,; Tyerman, Andy
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: This study aimed to study the relationship between social cognition and executive functioning difficulties and the perceptions of work supervisors’ appraisal of survivor interpersonal behavior and social … For more see J74253

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Survey of U.S. practitioners on the validity of the Medicare functional classification level system and utility of clinical outcome measures for aiding K-level assignment
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(7), 1053-1063 11 pages
Author(s): Borrenpohl, Dylan; Kaluf, Brian; Major, Matthew J.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study explored the opinion of prosthetic clinicians regarding the Medicare Functional Classification Level (MFCL) assignment process to classify the mobility and rehabilitation potential of patients with … For more see J74262

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Validity of the timed up and go test as a measure of functional mobility in persons with multiple sclerosis
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(7), 1072-1077 6 pages
Author(s): Sebstiao, Emerson; Sandroff, Brian M.; Learmonth, Yvonne C.; Motl, Robert W.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the validity of the Timed Up and Go (TUG) test as a measure of functional mobility in persons with multiple sclerosis (MS) by using a comprehensive framework based on construct validity … For more see J74264

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Interrater reliability of the power mobility road test in the virtual reality-based simulator-2
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(7), 1078-1084 7 pages
Author(s): Kamaraj, Deepan C.; Dicianno, Brad E.; Mahajan, Harshal P.; Buhari, Alhaji M.; Cooper, Rory A.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study assessed interrater reliability of the Power Mobility Road Test (PMRT) when administered through the Virtual Reality-based SIMulator-version 2 (VRSIM-2). Twenty-one electric-powered wheelchair (EPW) … For more see J74265

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Stability and workload of the virtual reality-based simulator-2
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(7), 1085-1092 8 pages
Author(s): Kamaraj, Deepan C.; Dicianno, Brad E.; Mahajan, Harshal P.; Buhari, Alhaji M.; Cooper, Rory A.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study assessed the stability of clinicians’ and users’ rating of electric-powered wheelchair (EPW) driving while using 4 different human-machine interfaces (HMIs) within the Virtual Reality-based SIMulator-version … For more see J74266

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Proposed sonographic criteria for the diagnosis of idiopathic tarsal tunnel syndrome
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(7), 1093-1099 7 pages
Author(s): Tawfik, Eman A.; Zohiery, Abeer K.; Abouelela, Amr A. K.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study proposed new sonographic criteria for the diagnosis of idiopathic tarsal tunnel syndrome (TTS) by documenting the changes in the tibial nerve cross-sectional area (CSA) along the tarsal tunnel in … For more see J74267

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Use of the Houghton scale to classify community and household walking ability in people with lower-limb amputation: Criterion-related validity
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(7), 1130-1136 7 pages
Author(s): Wong, Christopher K.; Gibbs, William; Chen, Elizabeth S.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the criterion-related validity of using the self-reported Houghton Scale to classify community-dwelling people with lower-limb amputation according to the suggested score ranges for independent … For more see J74270

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Musculoskeletal complaints in transverse upper limb reduction deficiency and amputation in the Netherlands: Prevalence, predictors, and effect on health
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(7), 1137-1145 9 pages
Author(s): Postema, Sietke G.; Bongers, Raoul M.; Brouwers, Michael A.; Burger, Helena; Norling-Hermansson, Liselotte M.; Reneman, Michiel F.; Dijkstra, Pieter U.; van der Sluis, Corry K.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study determined the prevalence of musculoskeletal complaints (MSCs) in individuals with upper-limb absence in The Netherlands, assessed the health status of individuals with upper-limb absence in general … For more see J74271

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Ottawa panel evidence-based clinical practice guidelines for foot care in the management of juvenile idiopathic arthritis
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(7), 1163-1181 33 pages
Author(s): Brosseau, Lucie; Toupin-April, Karine; Wells, George; Smith, Christine A.; Pugh, Arlanna G.; Stinson, Jennifer N.; Duffy, Ciaran M.; Gifford, Sabrina; De Angelis, Gino; Loew, Laurianne; Rahman, Prinon; Marcotte, Rachel; Taki, Jade; Bisaillon, Jacinthe; King, Judy; Coda, Andrea; Hendry, Gordon J.; Gauvreau, Julie; Hayles, Martin; Hayles, Kay; Feldman, Brian; Kenny, Glen P.; Li, Jing X.; Briggs, Andrew M.; Martini, Rose; Feldman, Debbie E.; Maltaris, Desiree B.; Tupper, Susan; Bigford, Sarah; Bisch, Marg
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: This study was conducted to create evidence-based guidelines evaluating foot care interventions for the management of juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA). An electronic literature search of the following … For more see J74274

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Improving power and sample size calculation in rehabilitation trial reports: A methodological assessment
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(7), 1195-1201 7 pages
Author(s): Castellini, Greta; Gianola, Silvia; Bonovas, Stefanos; Moja, Lorenzo
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study systematically assessed the reporting of sample size calculation in randomized controlled trials (RCTs) on rehabilitation interventions for mechanical low back pain. The Cochrane Database of Systematic … For more see J74276

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Do performance-based wheelchair propulsion tests detect changes among manual wheelchair users with spinal cord injury during inpatient rehabilitation in Quebec?
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(7), 1214-1218 5 pages
Author(s): Gagnon, Dany H.; Roy, Audrey; Verrier, Molly C.; Duclos, Cyril; Craven, B. Cathy; Nadeau, Sylvie
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study quantified and compared the responsiveness and concurrent validity of 3 performance-based manual wheelchair propulsion tests among manual wheelchair users with subacute spinal cord injury (SCI) … For more see J74280

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Structure and function of the abductors in patients with hip osteoarthritis: Systematic review and meta-analysis
Journal of Back and Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation, 29(2), 191-204 14 pages
Author(s): Marshall, Amelia R.; De Noronha, Marcos; Zacharias, Anita; Kapakoulakis, Theo; Green, Rodney
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study reviewed the evidence for the differences in structure and function of hip abductors (gluteus medius and minimus and tensor fascia lata) in hip osteoarthritis (OA). A systematic search for relevant … For more see J74133

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Non-invasive brain stimulation and robot-assisted gait training after incomplete spinal cord injury: A randomized pilot study
NeuroRehabilitation, 38(1), 15-25 11 pages
Author(s): Raithatha, Ravi; Carrico, Cheryl; Powell, Elizabeth S.; Westgate, Philip M.; Chelette II, Kenneth C.; Lee, Kara; Dunsmore, Laura; Salles, Sara; Sawaki, Lumy
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated whether active transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) paired with locomotor training with a robot-assisted gait orthosis (LT-RGO) improves lower-extremity motor function more … For more see J74143

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Transfer effects of errorless goal management training on cognitive function and quality of life in brain-injured persons
NeuroRehabilitation, 38(1), 79-84 6 pages
Author(s): Bertens, Dirk; Kessels, Roy P. C.; Boelen, Danielle H. E.; Fasotti, Luciano
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the additional effects of an errorless Goal Management Training (GMT) on cognitive function and quality of life after acquired brain injury (ABI). This is a supplementary analysis of … For more see J74147

594 of 704
Dysarthria as a predictor of dysphagia following stroke
NeuroRehabilitation, 38(2), 155-162 8 pages
Author(s): Bahia, Mariana M.; Mourao, Lucia F.; Chun, Regina Y. S.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the prevalence of dysphagia and communication disorders following stroke, and explored whether communication disorders can predict dysphagia. Thirty-one prospective and consecutive patients … For more see J74151

Search Strategy: Self care/daily living

595 of 704
Efficacy of proprioceptive exercises in patients with subacromial impingement syndrome: A single-blinded randomized controlled study
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(3), 169-182 14 pages
Author(s): Dilek, Banu; Gulbahar, Selmin; Gundogdu, Mehtap; Ergin, Burcu; Manisali, Metin; Ozkan, Mustafa; Akalin, Elif
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study evaluated the effectiveness of proprioceptive exercises on shoulder proprioception, range of motion, pain, muscle strength, and function in patients with subacromial impingement syndrome (SIS). … For more see J74018

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Open-design collar vs. conventional Philadelphia collar regarding user satisfaction and cervical range of motion in asymptomatic adults
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(4), 291-299 9 pages
Author(s): Ghorbani, Faezeh; Kamyab, Mojtaba; Azadinia, Fatemeh; Hajiaghaei, Behnam
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study compared the Philadelphia collar to an open-design cervical collar with regard to user satisfaction and cervical range of motion in asymptomatic adults. Cervical collars are prescribed for supporting … For more see J74028

597 of 704
Contribution of axial motor impairment to physical inactivity in Parkinson disease
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(5), 348-354 7 pages
Author(s): Bryant, Mon S.; Hou, Jyhong G.; Collins, Robert L.; Protas, Elizabeth J.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the relationships between motor symptoms of Parkinson disease (PD) and activity limitations in 90 people with mild-to-moderate PD. Associations among axial motor features, limb motor … For more see J74035

598 of 704
Accessible mHealth for patients with dexterity impairments
In ASSETS ’14: Proceedings of the 16th International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers & Accessibility. ACM, New York, 235-236 2 pages
Project(s): H133E100002
Author(s): Yu, Daihua X.; Parmanto, Bambang; Dicianno, Brad E.; Watzlaf, Valerie J.; Seelman, Katherine D.
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: This study was conducted to design and transform an existing mobile health (mHealth) system called iMHere (interactive mobile health and rehabilitation) to make it more usable and accessible for people … For more see O20209

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Predictors of return to work intention among unemployed adults with multiple sclerosis: A reasoned action approach
Journal of Rehabilitation, 82(2), 14-24 11 pages
Author(s): Li, Jian; Roessler, Richard T.; Rumrill Jr., Phillip D.; Leslie, Mykal; Wang, Fangning
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the extent to which components of the reasoned action model predicted the intention to return to work among 381 unemployed adults with multiple sclerosis. Examined in a hierarchical … For more see J74127

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Improved weight-bearing symmetry for transfemoral amputees during standing up and sitting down with a powered knee-ankle prosthesis
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(7), 1100-1106 7 pages
Author(s): Simon, Ann M.; Fey, Nicholas P.; Ingraham, Kimberly A.; Finucane, Suzanne B.; Halsne, Elizabeh G.; Hargrove, Levi J.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study tests a new user-modulated control strategy that enables improved control of a powered knee-ankle prosthesis during sit-to-stand and stand-to-sit movements. Seven unilateral transfemoral amputees … For more see J74268

601 of 704
Non-invasive brain stimulation and robot-assisted gait training after incomplete spinal cord injury: A randomized pilot study
NeuroRehabilitation, 38(1), 15-25 11 pages
Author(s): Raithatha, Ravi; Carrico, Cheryl; Powell, Elizabeth S.; Westgate, Philip M.; Chelette II, Kenneth C.; Lee, Kara; Dunsmore, Laura; Salles, Sara; Sawaki, Lumy
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated whether active transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) paired with locomotor training with a robot-assisted gait orthosis (LT-RGO) improves lower-extremity motor function more … For more see J74143

602 of 704
Transfer effects of errorless goal management training on cognitive function and quality of life in brain-injured persons
NeuroRehabilitation, 38(1), 79-84 6 pages
Author(s): Bertens, Dirk; Kessels, Roy P. C.; Boelen, Danielle H. E.; Fasotti, Luciano
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the additional effects of an errorless Goal Management Training (GMT) on cognitive function and quality of life after acquired brain injury (ABI). This is a supplementary analysis of … For more see J74147

603 of 704
Consumer testing on healthy eating after burn injury — for adults factsheet: Topic guide for consumer interviews
Project(s): H133A110004
Author Institution: Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC)
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Document provides procedures for conducting consumer testing of the fact sheet titled “Healthy Eating After Burn Injury — For Adults.” It guides the interviewer through the evaluation process and includes … For more see O20333 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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Consumer testing on healthy eating after burn injury — for kids factsheet: Topic guide for consumer interviews
Project(s): H133A110004
Author Institution: Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC)
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Document provides procedures for conducting consumer testing of the fact sheet titled “Healthy Eating After Burn Injury — For Kids.” It guides the interviewer through the evaluation process and includes … For more see O20334 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

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Wheeled mobility devices
In Peter A. Smith, Frank Rauch, Gerald F. Harris, eds. Transitional Care in Osteogenesis Imperfecta. Chicago, IL: Shriners Hospitals for Children; 2015, 285-299 15 pages
Project(s): H133F110032
Author(s): Hiremath, Shivayogi V.; Cooper, Rory A.; Pelleschi, Tamra L.; Cooper, Rosemarie
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: This chapter focuses on aspects of wheeled mobility devices (WMDs) that help individuals with osteogenesis imperfecta (OI) to meet their mobility and functional needs. Individuals with OI used WMDs for … For more see J74071

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Exploring personal medicine as part of self-directed care: Expanding perspectives on medical necessity
Psychiatric Services (formerly Hospital and Community Psychiatry), 67(8), 883-889 7 pages
Project(s): H133B100037
Author(s): Snethen, Gretchen; Bilger, Andrea; Maula, Erme C.; Salzer, Mark S.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the types of goods and services that individuals with serious mental illness request in a self-directed care (SDC) intervention. SDC offers individuals increased decision making and flexibility … For more see J74076

607 of 704
Long-term outcomes in patients surviving large burns: The musculoskeletal system
Journal of Burn Care And Research (formerly Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation), 37(4), 243-254 12 pages
Project(s): H133A020104 , H133A120090
Author(s): Holavanahalli, Radha K.; Helm, Phala A.; Kowalske, Karen J.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study documents the long-term musculoskeletal complications following major burn injury. This is a cross-sectional descriptive study that includes a one-time evaluation of 98 burn survivors (mean age … For more see J74105

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Feasibility of using mobile health to promote self-management in spina bifida
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(6), 425-437 13 pages
Project(s): H133A140005 , H133E090002 , H133E140039
Author(s): Dicianno, Brad E.; Fairman, Andrea D.; McCue, Michael; Parmanto, Bambang; Yih, Erika; McCoy, Andrew; Pramana, Gede; Yu, Daihua X.; McClelland, Justin ; Collins, Diane M.; Brienza, David M.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study explored the feasibility of using the interactive Mobile Health and Rehabilitation (iMHere) system in spina bi?da and examined its effects on psychosocial and medical outcomes. The iMHere system … For more see J74110

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Patient-reported mobility: A systematic review
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(7), 1182-1194 13 pages
Author(s): Pinto-Carral, Arrate; Fernandez-Villa, Tania; Molina de la Torre, Antonio J.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study identified self-administered instruments to assess mobility in adults with disability; linked the mobility assessed by these instruments to the International Classification of Functioning, Disability … For more see J74275

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Self-perceived burden in the young and middle-aged inpatients with stroke: A cross-sectional survey
Rehabilitation Nursing, 41(2), 101-111 11 pages
Author(s): Ren, Hongfei; Liu, Changqing; Yang, Rong; Ma, Fang; Zhang, Mingguang; Wang, Rui; Gan, Li
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study explored the prevalence and the features of self-perceived burden (SPB) in the young and middle-aged inpatients with stroke and identified predictors of SPB. One hundred fifty-five patients were … For more see J74158

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Effects of an employer-based intervention on employment outcomes for youth with significant support needs due to autism
Autism 15 pages
Author(s): Wehman, Paul; Schall, Carol M.; McDonough, Jennifer; Graham, Carolyn; Brooke, Valerie; Riehle, J. Erin; Brooke, Alissa; Ham, Whitney; Lau, Stephanie; Allen, Jacklyn; Avellone, Lauren
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study developed and investigated an employer-based 9-month intervention for high school youth with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) to learn job skills and acquire employment. The intervention modified … For more see J74348

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Comparison of Functions, Activity of Daily Living, and Quality of Life according to Hand Dominance in Stroke
Year: 2015
… For more see I242225

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Assessment of Dementia ···
Author(s): Hyun Jung Kim; Hyungjun Im
Year: 2015
… For more see I242227

614 of 704
The Factors Influencing Perceived Discrimination of Persons with Disabilities in Daily Living, Job Search, and Workplace
Author(s): Kwak Jeeyoung; Shin Eunkyoung
Year: 2015
… For more see I242209

615 of 704
The Effect of Home Based Rehabilitation Program on Activities of Daily Living, Self-efficacy, Quality of Life Among Chronic Stroke Patients
Author(s): Lee, Ha Young; Sagong, Bong
Year: 2015
… For more see I242260

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Effect of Aquatic Ramp Exercise on Gait And Activity Of Daily Living In Child With Spinal Muscular Atrophy Type ?: Single Subject Research
Author(s): Y. H. Sung
Year: 2016
… For more see I242267

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Comparison of Functions, Activity of Daily Living, and Quality of Life according to Hand Dominance in Stroke
Author(s): Minsu Park; Myung Hoon Moon; Yun-Hee Kim; Yong-Il Shin; Sung-Hwa Ko; Eun Joo Kim; Junhee Han
Year: 2015
… For more see I242350

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An Assistance Evaluation Method Based on Chronological Changes in the Assistance Provided by a Helper: A Behavioral Analysis of Transfer Assistance Provided by a Helper for a Disabled Elderly Person with Dementia
Author(s): MORIHIRO TSUJISITA; KAZUHIKO KOBAYASHI
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: Study used behavioral theory to analyze the relevance of an evaluation method assessing performance levels of care recipients who receive assistance from a helper, using the task of a transfer from wheelchair … For more see I242398

619 of 704
Effect of N-BACK Program for Cognition, Visual-Perception, Depression, Anxiety, Activity of Daily Living in Stroke Patients
Author(s): S. Y. Kim; S. N. Kwon; J. H. Kim
Year: 2015
… For more see I242342

620 of 704
The Effects of Video Modeling on the Meal Preparation for Adult Mental Retardation: Single Subject Design
Author(s): Shin, Hyeon Hui; Choi, Yeon Woo; Kim, Su Jin; Kim, Kyeong Mi
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: This study investigated the effects of video modeling on teaching instrumental activities of daily living (IADL) skills, specifically, cooking ramen, to an adult with mental retardation. The intervention … For more see I242297

621 of 704
Characterization of disabled people with permanent limitations in mobility and self-care in Giron, Colombia
Author(s): Villamizar-García M. C; Angarita-Fonseca, A.; Avila-Galván J. A.; López-Duarte, S. A.; Murillo-Rincón, G.; Rodríguez-Miranda, M. A.; Sanabria-Jerez, M.; Martínez-Marín R. P.; Ordóñez-Chaussinant M. X.; Bueno-Balaguer L. A.
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: Study determined the characteristics of people with permanent limitations in mobility and self-care in 17 districts of the urban area of Girón, Colombia. Previously trained physiotherapy students interviewed … For more see I242401

Search Strategy: Service delivery/rehabilitation services

622 of 704
The Effects on Social Adaptability of Therapeutic Riding in Children with Intellectual Disabilities
Author(s): Lee, In Sil; Kang, Ok Deuk
Year: 2014
… For more see I242306

623 of 704
A Study on Improvement of Developmental Rehabilitation Service
Author(s): Kang, Jung Bae; Cho, Jung Min
Year: 2014
… For more see I242310

624 of 704
An Analysis of Issues on Legislating Assistive Technology Act in Korea
Author(s): Yook, J. H.
Year: 2015
… For more see I242345

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A Study on the Interaction of Rehabilitation Service and Life Satisfaction of Industrially Injured Workers
Author(s): Jang, Y. M.; Yeum, D. M.
Year: 2015
… For more see I242347

626 of 704
Analyzing the Quality of Secondary Special Education Program for Students with Intellectual Disabilities based on Transition Services Program: A Mixed Method Study
Author(s): Park, Yung Keun
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: This study used quantitative and qualitative research methods to examine the quality of special education transitions services for students with intellectual disabilities. The quantitative survey investigated … For more see I242399

627 of 704
The Effects of Horse Riding Program for Developmental Delay Improvement in Children with Cerebral Palsy
Author(s): Kang, Ok Deuk
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the effects of a horse riding program for developmental delay improvement in children with cerebral palsy (CP). Ten children with CP undergoing inpatient rehabilitation were randomly assigned … For more see I242287

628 of 704
A Study on Need for Foundation of Assistive Technology Service Center for Employment of People with Disabilities – Focused on Analysis of Domestic and Foreign Service Systems related to Assistive Technology for the Disabled
Author(s): Rhee, Kun-Min; Lee, Sin-Young; Lee, Jin-Hyun
Year: 2014
… For more see I242276

629 of 704
Proposal on the Use of Assessment Tools for Selection of Developmental Rehabilitation Service Participants
Author(s): Jin, Mi Young; Kang, Jung Bae
Year: 2015
… For more see I242247

630 of 704
Availability of outpatient rehabilitation services for children after traumatic brain injury: Differences by language and insurance status
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(3), 204-213 10 pages
Author(s): Moore, Megan; Jiminez, Nathalia; Rowhani-Rahbar, Ali; Willis, Margaret; Baron, Kate; Giordano, Jessica; Crawley, Deborah; Rivara, Frederick P.; Jaffe, Kenneth M.; Ebel, Beth E.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated associations among English proficiency, insurance status, outpatient rehabilitation service availability, and travel time for children with traumatic brain injury (TBI). Data from 82 … For more see J74021

631 of 704
What should be the roles of physiatrists in early acute care rehabilitation? Current literature, models of care, and thoughts for the future
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(3), 225-229 5 pages
Author(s): Tam, Alan K. H.; Berbrayer, David; Robinson, Lawrence R.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: This commentary explores the current state of evidence regarding early physiatry consultation on patient outcomes and briefly discusses some next steps in measuring the impact of these interventions. … For more see J74023

632 of 704
Assume nothing! A monograph from the 38th institute on rehabilitation issues to address underserved populations, including individuals who are deaf-blind
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: This publication gives professionals at all levels within the vocational rehabilitation system practical guidance and concrete recommendations on how to begin to change the status quo for people of color … For more see O20222

633 of 704
Cal MediConnect: How have health systems responded?
Project(s): H133B130034
Author(s): Hollister, Brooke; Graham, Carrie; Harrington, Charlene; Wong, Alice; O’Shea, Luke; Kurtovich, Elaine; Nussey, Brenda; Liu, Pi-Ju
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: This report presents results from interviews and focus groups conducted to evaluate the Cal MediConnect demonstration program. California is one of 12 states nationwide participating in the Centers for … For more see O20354 Download article in Full Text (PDF)

634 of 704
Wheeled mobility devices
In Peter A. Smith, Frank Rauch, Gerald F. Harris, eds. Transitional Care in Osteogenesis Imperfecta. Chicago, IL: Shriners Hospitals for Children; 2015, 285-299 15 pages
Project(s): H133F110032
Author(s): Hiremath, Shivayogi V.; Cooper, Rory A.; Pelleschi, Tamra L.; Cooper, Rosemarie
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: This chapter focuses on aspects of wheeled mobility devices (WMDs) that help individuals with osteogenesis imperfecta (OI) to meet their mobility and functional needs. Individuals with OI used WMDs for … For more see J74071

635 of 704
Exploring personal medicine as part of self-directed care: Expanding perspectives on medical necessity
Psychiatric Services (formerly Hospital and Community Psychiatry), 67(8), 883-889 7 pages
Project(s): H133B100037
Author(s): Snethen, Gretchen; Bilger, Andrea; Maula, Erme C.; Salzer, Mark S.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the types of goods and services that individuals with serious mental illness request in a self-directed care (SDC) intervention. SDC offers individuals increased decision making and flexibility … For more see J74076

636 of 704
The national institute on disability, independent living, and rehabilitation research burn model system: Twenty years of contributions to clinical service and research
Journal of Burn Care And Research (formerly Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation) 14 pages
Project(s): H133A120034
Author(s): Goverman, Jeremy; Mathews, Katie; Holavanahalli, Radha K.; Vardanian, Andrew; Herndon, David N.; Meyer, Walter J.; Kowalske, Karen; Fauerbach, Jim; Gibran, Nicole S.; Carrougher, Gretchen J.; Amtmann, Dagmar; Schneider, Jeffrey C.; Ryan, Colleen M.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Article examines the output from each component of the Burn Model System (BMS) program over the past two decades. The National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research … For more see J74077

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A randomized clinical trial investigating the effect of a healthcare access model for individuals with severe psychiatric disabilities
Community Mental Health Journal, 52(6), 667-674 8 pages
Author(s): Rogers, E. Sally; Maru, Mihoko; Kash-MacDonald, Megan; Archer-Williams, Mariah; Hashemi, Lobat; Boardman, Judith
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study evaluated a healthcare access model that integrated primary care into a community mental health setting for individuals with severe psychiatric disabilities. It was hypothesized that this approach … For more see J74084

638 of 704
Knowing what we’re doing: Why specification of treatment methods is critical for evidence-based practice in speech-language pathology
American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology: A Journal of Clinical Practice (AJSLP), 25(2), 164-171 8 pages
Project(s): H133A080053
Author(s): Turkstra, Lyn S.; Norman, Rocio; Whyte, John; Dijkers, Marcel P.; Hart, Tessa
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Article describes the conceptual framework of the multidisciplinary rehabilitation treatment taxonomy (RTT) and illustrates its potential use in speech-language pathology (SLP) clinical practice and research. … For more see J74087

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Development of a best evidence statement for the use of pressure therapy for management of hypertrophic scarring
Journal of Burn Care And Research (formerly Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation), 37(4), 255-264 10 pages
Author(s): Sharp, Patricia A.; Pan, Brian; Yakuboff, Kevin P.; Rothchild, Dawn
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: This study reviewed relevant literature to determine recommendations for the use of pressure therapy in individuals at risk for hypertrophic scars. A systematic search of the literature was conducted … For more see J74106

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Feasibility of using mobile health to promote self-management in spina bifida
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(6), 425-437 13 pages
Project(s): H133A140005 , H133E090002 , H133E140039
Author(s): Dicianno, Brad E.; Fairman, Andrea D.; McCue, Michael; Parmanto, Bambang; Yih, Erika; McCoy, Andrew; Pramana, Gede; Yu, Daihua X.; McClelland, Justin ; Collins, Diane M.; Brienza, David M.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study explored the feasibility of using the interactive Mobile Health and Rehabilitation (iMHere) system in spina bi?da and examined its effects on psychosocial and medical outcomes. The iMHere system … For more see J74110

641 of 704
Women with multiple sclerosis and the importance and satisfaction they ascribe to selected employment concerns: Results from a national survey
Journal of Rehabilitation, 82(2), 51-58 8 pages
Author(s): Rumrill Jr., Phillip D.; Li, Jian; Roessler, Richard T.; Hendricks, Deborah J.; Bishop, Malachy L.; Leslie, Mykal
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: This article presents descriptive findings from a sub-sample of 1,512 women with multiple sclerosis (MS) that was derived from a national survey of the employment concerns of Americans with MS. Female … For more see J74131

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Friendships and intimacy: Promoting the maintenance and development of relationships in residential neurorehabilitation
Neurorehabilitation, 38(3), 291-298 8 pages
Author(s): Palmer, Siobhan; Herbert, Camilla
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Article presents a framework for considering interventions around personal and intimate relationships post brain injury, taking into account the complexities of risk assessment and risk management. The … For more see J74252

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Using reliability of change analysis to evaluate post-acute neuro-rehabilitatoin
NeuroRehabilitation, 38(1), 93-98 6 pages
Author(s): Palmer, Christina; Kneebone, Ian I.; Strauss, Clara; Jones, Anna-Marie
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated whether analysis of improvement at the level of the individual, taking into account measurement error, offers a more valuable way to assess change and inform service development than … For more see J74148

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Changes in payment regulation and acute care use for total hip replacement: Trends in length of stay, costs, and discharge, 1997-2012
Rehabilitation Nursing, 41(2), 67-77 11 pages
Author(s): Cary Jr., Michael P.; Baerholdt, Marianne; Merwin, Elizabeth I.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined trends in the length of stay (LOS), costs, mortality, and discharge destination among a national sample of total hip replacement (THR) patients between 1997 and 2012. A descriptive analysis … For more see J74155

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Evidence summary and recommendations for improved communication during care transitions
Rehabilitation Nursing, 41(3), 135-148 14 pages
Author(s): Jackson, Patricia D.; Biggins, Mary S.; Cowan, Linda; French, Brenda; Hopkins, Sherry L.; Uphold, Constance R.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study conducted to summarize the evidence and present recommendations for facilitating effective transitions of patient care within the complex Veterans Affairs (VA) Polytrauma System of Care. Selected … For more see J74160

Search Strategy: Stroke

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The Effect of Home Based Rehabilitation Program on Activities of Daily Living, Self-efficacy, Quality of Life Among Chronic Stroke Patients
Author(s): Lee, Ha Young; Sagong, Bong
Year: 2015
… For more see I242260

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Discriminative Ability and Predictive Validity of Postural Assessment Scale for Stroke as Independent Ambulation for Chronic Stroke Patients
Author(s): Seung Heon An; Dae-Sung Park
Year: 2016
… For more see I242332

648 of 704
Effects of task-oriented postural control training on the postural control, Balance and ADL in patients with sub-acute stroke
Author(s): Kang, Tae Woo; Kim, Tae Yoon
Year: 2016
… For more see I242327

649 of 704
Effect of N-BACK Program for Cognition, Visual-Perception, Depression, Anxiety, Activity of Daily Living in Stroke Patients
Author(s): S. Y. Kim; S. N. Kwon; J. H. Kim
Year: 2015
… For more see I242342

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Cognitive Factor, Depression and Their Relationship in Elderly Post-stroke Patient
Author(s): Kim, Hong-Keu; Shin, Yeon-Jeon
Year: 2014
… For more see I242386

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Effect of eight-point binding in static balance and distribution of plantar pressure after stroke
Author(s): João Carlos Ferrari Corrêa; Soraia Micaela SilvaFernanda Ishida Corrêa; Glaucio Carneiro Costa
Year: 2015
… For more see I242391

652 of 704
Sensory evaluation tools post-stroke described in Portuguese: a systematic review
Author(s): Jennifer Souza Fagundes, Aline Cristiane Binda, Julia Garzim Faria, Daniele Peres, Stella Maris Michaelsen
Year: 2015
… For more see I242394

653 of 704
Eight-point binding as a physical therapeutic resource for rehabilitation of functional performance after a stroke
Author(s): João Carlos Ferrari Corrêa; Rosane Mariano Marques Salvador; Talita Santiago Martinez; Fernanda Ishida Corrêa; Soraia Micaela Silva
Year: 2015
… For more see I242395

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Relationship between the 10-meter Walking Time and the Life-space Assessment of Community-dwelling Stroke Patients
Author(s): Akira Kubo; Makoto Oikawa
Year: 2015
… For more see I242157

655 of 704
Scientific research with individuals post stroke: difficulties in recruitment, allocation and adherence on two different protocols of physiotherapy intervention
Author(s): Stella Maris Michaelsen; Letícia Cardoso Rodrigues; Raquel Pinheiro Gomes; Rudney da Silva; Nayara Correa Farias
Year: 2015
… For more see I242166

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Effectiveness of speech therapy in evolution of oral ingestion in patients with post stroke Oropharyngeal Dysphagia
Author(s): Clarissa Inaoka; Christiane Albuquerque
Year: 2014
… For more see I242176

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The Effects of Game Program on Depression and Self-efficacy, Rehabilitation Motivation for Stroke Patients
Author(s): Song, Seung Il; Lee, Jong Min
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the effects of a game program on depression and self-efficacy rehabilitation motivation for patients with stroke. Fifty stroke patients were randomly divided into experimental and control … For more see I242289

658 of 704
Effects of Foot and Ankle Mobilization on Balance Abilities for Patient with Stroke
Author(s): Hur, Woori; Song, Brian Byung
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: This study examined the effects of foot and ankle mobilization on improving the range of motion (ROM) and balance ability in patients with stroke. Goniometer measurements of dorsiflexion and plantarflexion … For more see I242296

659 of 704
The Effects of Video Modeling on the Meal Preparation for Adult Mental Retardation: Single Subject Design
Author(s): Shin, Hyeon Hui; Choi, Yeon Woo; Kim, Su Jin; Kim, Kyeong Mi
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: This study investigated the effects of video modeling on teaching instrumental activities of daily living (IADL) skills, specifically, cooking ramen, to an adult with mental retardation. The intervention … For more see I242297

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The Effect of Task-Oriented Activity on Self-efficacy and Rehabilitation Motivation for Stroke Patients
Author(s): Song, Seung Il; Jung, Jae Hun; Lee, Jong Min
Year: 2015
… For more see I242299

661 of 704
The Effect to Social Problem Solving Skills by the Changes of Personalities in Stroke Patients
Author(s): Shin, Yoon A; Kwon, Hyuk Cheol; Park, So Won
Year: 2015
… For more see I242300

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The Effects of Computerized Cognitive Rehabilitation Program(Rehacom) on Executive Function in Stroke Patients
Author(s): Jung, Jae Hun; Song, Seung Il; Lee, Jong Min
Year: 2014
… For more see I242308

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The Validity of the Modified Postural Assessment Scale for Stroke and Berg Balance Scale in Predicting Fall of Subacute Stroke Patients
Author(s): Park, Chang Sik
Year: 2014
… For more see I242314

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The Reliability and Validity of the Modified Postural Assessment Scale for Stroke(Korean Version) in Stroke Patients
Author(s): Lee, Gyu Chang; Lee, Yun Bok; An, Seung Heon
Year: 2014
… For more see I242317

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The Effect of A Combined Functional Electrical Stimulation with Progressive Speed Treadmill Training for Gait and Balance Performance in Stroke Survivors
Author(s): Jeon, Gwang Yol; Choi, Won Jae; Lee, Seung Won
Year: 2014
… For more see I242318

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The Effects of Game and Art Therapy on Cognitive Function for Elderly with Stroke
Author(s): Park, Su Jin; Ruy, Sung Hyun; Lee, Jong Min
Year: 2015
… For more see I242249

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The Reliability of the modified Trunk Impairment Scale(Korean Version) in Stroke Patients
Author(s): An, Seung Heon; Park, Dae Sung
Year: 2015
… For more see I242251

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The Inter?Intra-rater Reliability and Longitudinal Construct Validity of Short Form of the Dynamic Gait Index in Patients with Subacute Stroke
Author(s): Park, Chang Sik
Year: 2015
… For more see I242254

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Effect of Board Game Program on Depression and Quality of the Life for Elderly with Stroke
Author(s): Lee Min Jae; Lee Sun Min
Year: 2015
… For more see I242259

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Optimal Strategies of Upper Limb Motor Rehabilitation after Stroke
Author(s): Sang Hun Kim; Yong-Il Shin; Chang-Hyung Lee; Myung Jun Shin
Year: 2014
… For more see I242216

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Pharmacological Secondary Prevention of Ischemic Stroke
Author(s): Han-Jin Cho Han-Jin Cho
Year: 2014
… For more see I242217

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Influencing Factors on Stress in Caregivers of Stroke Patients Being Admitted in Rehabilitation Centers
Author(s): Joo-Hee Bae; Nam-Hee Kim; Young-Sook Tae; Yooun-Sook Choi
Year: 2016
… For more see I242191

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Sleep Disorders after Stroke
Author(s): Dae Yul Kim
Year: 2015
… For more see I242220

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Comparison of Functions, Activity of Daily Living, and Quality of Life according to Hand Dominance in Stroke
Year: 2015
… For more see I242225

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Upper Extremity Rehabilitation using Virtual Reality after Stroke
Author(s): Hyungjun Im; Youn Joo Kang; Jeonghun Ku
Year: 2014
… For more see I242230

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Secondary Prevention as Integral Part of Stroke Rehabilitation
Author(s): Seung Don Yoo
Year: 2014
… For more see I242231

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Musculoskeletal Problems in Upper Extremity after Stroke
Author(s): Eun-Sil Kim; Kwang Jae Lee; Yong-Soon Yoon
Year: 2016
… For more see I242232

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Musculoskeletal Problems in Lower Extremity after Stroke
Author(s): Myung Eun Chung; Keon-tae Kim
Year: 2016
… For more see I242233

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Management of Frequent Sleep Problem after Stroke
Author(s): Sungju Jee; Hyunkyu Jeon
Year: 2016
… For more see I242234

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Relationship between Comorbid Cognitive Impairment and Functional Outcomes in Stroke Patients with Spatial Neglect
Author(s): Eun Hwa Jeong; Jongmin Lee; Bo-Ram Kim
Year: 2016
… For more see I242235

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Inter-Rater Reliability and Validity of the Elderly Mobility Scale in Chronic Stroke Patients
Author(s): Park, Chang Sik
Year: 2016
… For more see I242237

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The Effects of Elastic Ankle-Foot Orthosis on Balance and Gait for the Patients with Stroke
Author(s): Cho, Sung Hee; Song, Brian Byung
Year: 2016
… For more see I242242

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The Influence of Computerized Keyboard Exercise(CKE) on the Visual Perception of Stroke Patients with Left Hemiplegia
Author(s): Kim, Seong Ae; Jo, Yoon Sang; Moon, So Young
Year: 2016
… For more see I242243

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The Reliability and Validity of Short Form of the Fugl-Meyer Assessment Scale in Patients with Stroke
Author(s): An, Seung Heon; Park, Chang Sik
Year: 2015
… For more see I242245

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Effects of transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation at two frequencies on urinary incontinence in poststroke patients: A randomized controlled trial
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(3), 183-193 11 pages
Author(s): Liu, Yi; Xu, Gang; Luo, Ming; Teng, Hong-fei
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study compared the effects of two frequencies of transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) on urinary incontinence caused by stroke. Eighty-one patients with poststroke urinary incontinence were … For more see J74019

686 of 704
Effect of aerobic exercise interventions on mobility among stroke patients: A systematic review
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(3), 214-224 11 pages
Author(s): Kendall, Bradley J.; Gothe, Neha P.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: This systematic review analyzed studies that examined the effectiveness of aerobic exercise interventions on mobility in long-term stroke survivors. Electronic databases were searched for randomized control … For more see J74022

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Smartphone-based visual feedback trunk control training using a gyroscope and mirroring technology for stroke patients: Single-blinded, randomized clinical trial of efficacy and feasibility
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(5), 319-329 11 pages
Author(s): Shin, Doo C.; Song, Chang H.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study assessed the preliminary efficacy and feasibility of smartphone-based visual feedback trunk control training (SPVFTCT) for improving balance and trunk performance in stroke patients. Twenty-four … For more see J74032

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Randomized trial of peripheral nerve stimulation to enhance constraint-induced therapy after stroke
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(6), 397-406 10 pages
Author(s): Carrico, Cheryl; Chelette II, Kenneth C.; Westgate, Philip M.; Salmon-Powell, Elizabeth; Nichols, Laurie; Sawaki, Lumy
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the effects of peripheral nerve stimulation (PNS) combined with a modi?ed form of constraint-induced therapy (mCIT) on upper-extremity movement function after stroke. Nineteen adult stroke … For more see J74108

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Using functional status in the acute hospital to predict discharge destination for stroke patients
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(6), 416-424 9 pages
Author(s): Roberts, Pamela; Mix, Jacqueline ; Rupp, Kelsey; Younan, Christina; Mui, WenLi; Riggs, Richard V.; Niewczyk, Paulette
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated whether functional status measured by the AcuteFIM instrument, a derivative of the Functional Independence Measure (FIM), can be used to predict discharge destination of stroke patients … For more see J74109

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Combining dopaminergic facilitation with robot-assisted upper limb therapy in stroke survivors: A focused review
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95(6), 459-474 16 pages
Author(s): Tran, Duc A.; Pajaro-Blazquez, Marta; Daneault, Jean-Francois; Gallegos, Jaime G.; Pons, Jose; Fregni, Felipe; Bonato, Paolo; Zafonte, Ross
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Article critically reviews the rationale behind targeting multiple sites along the motor learning network by combining robotic therapy with pharmacotherapy and virtual reality-based reward learning to … For more see J74112

691 of 704
Oculomotor-based vision assessment in mild traumatic brain injury: A systematic review
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(4), 252-261 10 pages
Author(s): Hunt, Anne W.; Mah, Katherine; Reed, Nick; Engel, Lisa; Keightly, Michelle
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: This literature review was conducted to synthesize and appraise the evidence regarding the use of oculomotor-based vision assessment to identify and monitor recovery from mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI). … For more see J74115

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Social cognition and executive functioning predictors of supervisors’ appraisal of interpersonal behavior in the workplace following acquired brain injury
Neurorehabilitation, 38(3), 299-310 12 pages
Author(s): Yeates, Giles; Rowberry, Michelle; Dunne, Stephen; Goshawk, Michelle; Mahadevan, Mythreyi; Tyerman, Ruth; Salter, Mandy; Hillier, Martin; Berry, Alister,; Tyerman, Andy
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: This study aimed to study the relationship between social cognition and executive functioning difficulties and the perceptions of work supervisors’ appraisal of survivor interpersonal behavior and social … For more see J74253

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Evaluation of a four month rehabilitation program for stroke patients with balance problems and binocular visual dysfunctions
Neurorehabilitation, 38(4), 331-341 11 pages
Author(s): Schow, Trine; Harris, Paul; Teasdale, Thomas W.; Rasmussen, Morten A.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study evaluated the effect of a four-month rehabilitation program for individuals with balance problems and binocular visual dysfunction (BVD) after a stroke. About 40 sessions of 1.5 hours duration over … For more see J74255

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Effects of robot-assisted gait training on spatiotemporal gait parameters and balance in patients with chronic stroke: A randomized controlled pilot trial
Neurorehabilitation, 38(4), 343-349 7 pages
Author(s): Bang, Dae-Hyouk; Shin, Won-Seob
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study compared the effects of robot-assisted gait training (RAGT) versus treadmill gait training (TGT) on spatiotemporal gait parameters, balance, and activities-specific balance confidence with stroke … For more see J74256

695 of 704
Clinical factors associated with ankle muscle coactivation during gait in adults after stroke
Neurorehabilitation, 38(4), 351-357 7 pages
Author(s): Kitatani, Ryosuke; Ohata, Koji; Hashiguchi, Yu; Sakuma, Kaoru; Yamakami, Natsuki; Yamada, Shigehito
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated physical impairments in adults after stroke using stepwise multiple regression analyses. The magnitude of ankle muscle coactivation during gait was quantified with a coactivation index … For more see J74257

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Balance confidence: A predictor of perceived physical function, perceived mobility, and perceived recovery 1 year after inpatient stroke rehabilitation
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(7), 1064-1071 8 pages
Author(s): Torkia, Caryne; Best, Krista L.; Miller, William C.; Eng, Janice J.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the effect of balance confidence measured at 1 month poststroke rehabilitation on perceived physical function, mobility, and stroke recovery 12 months later. Sixty-nine community-dwelling … For more see J74263

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Vitamin D profile of patients with spinal cord injury and post-stroke hemiplegia: All in the same boat
Journal of Back and Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation, 29(2), 205-210 6 pages
Author(s): Benlidayi, Ilke C.; Basaran, Sibel; Seydaoglu, Gulsah; Guzel, Rengin
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study evaluated the vitamin D profile of patients with spinal cord injury (SCI) and post-stroke hemiplegia. Levels of 25-hydroxyvitamin D (25(OH)D) for 118 patients with SCI and hemiplegia were obtained … For more see J74134

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Dysarthria as a predictor of dysphagia following stroke
NeuroRehabilitation, 38(2), 155-162 8 pages
Author(s): Bahia, Mariana M.; Mourao, Lucia F.; Chun, Regina Y. S.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the prevalence of dysphagia and communication disorders following stroke, and explored whether communication disorders can predict dysphagia. Thirty-one prospective and consecutive patients … For more see J74151

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Effect of normal-walking-pattern-based functional electrical stimulation on gait of the lower extremity in subjects with ischemic stroke: A self controlled study
NeuroRehabilitation, 38(2), 163-169 7 pages
Author(s): Xu, Benlei; Yan, Tiebin; Yang, Yuanle; Ou, Ruiqing; Huang, Shuping
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study assessed the efficacy of walking-pattern-based four-channel functional electrical stimulation (FES) and its influence on the gait features of stroke patients with hemiplegia. The walking gaits of … For more see J74152

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Length of stay at inpatient rehabilitation faculty and stroke patient outcomes
Rehabilitation Nursing, 41(2), 78-90 13 pages
Author(s): Camicia, Michelle; Wang, Hua; DiVita, Margaret; Mix, Jacqueline; Niewczyk, Paulette
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the association of inpatient rehabilitation facility (IRF) length of stay (LOS) with stroke patient outcomes using a secondary data analysis of the Uniform Data System for Medical Rehabilitation … For more see J74156

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Self-perceived burden in the young and middle-aged inpatients with stroke: A cross-sectional survey
Rehabilitation Nursing, 41(2), 101-111 11 pages
Author(s): Ren, Hongfei; Liu, Changqing; Yang, Rong; Ma, Fang; Zhang, Mingguang; Wang, Rui; Gan, Li
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study explored the prevalence and the features of self-perceived burden (SPB) in the young and middle-aged inpatients with stroke and identified predictors of SPB. One hundred fifty-five patients were … For more see J74158

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Occurrence of depressive symptoms among older adults after a stroke in the nursing home facility
Rehabilitation Nursing, 41(2), 112-119 11 pages
Author(s): Kowalska, Joanna; Bojko, Ewa; Szczepanska-Gieracha, Joanna; Rymaszewska, Joanna; Rozek-Piechura, Krystyna
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study analyzed the prevalence of depressive symptoms among older adults after stroke in a nursing home (NH). The Mini Mental State Examination (MMSE), Geriatric Depression Scale (GDS), Acceptance Illness … For more see J74159

703 of 704
Evidence summary and recommendations for improved communication during care transitions
Rehabilitation Nursing, 41(3), 135-148 14 pages
Author(s): Jackson, Patricia D.; Biggins, Mary S.; Cowan, Linda; French, Brenda; Hopkins, Sherry L.; Uphold, Constance R.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: Study conducted to summarize the evidence and present recommendations for facilitating effective transitions of patient care within the complex Veterans Affairs (VA) Polytrauma System of Care. Selected … For more see J74160

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Comparison of Functions, Activity of Daily Living, and Quality of Life according to Hand Dominance in Stroke
Author(s): Minsu Park; Myung Hoon Moon; Yun-Hee Kim; Yong-Il Shin; Sung-Hwa Ko; Eun Joo Kim; Junhee Han
Year: 2015
… For more see I242350

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