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International journal of rehabilitation research: The official journal of the European Federation for Research in Rehabilitation


Año 2006. Número 29 (2)

Original articles
Multiple sclerosis: disability profile and quality of life in an Australian community cohort
Fary Khan; Tracey McPhail; Caroline Brand; Lynne Turner-Stokes; Trevor Kilpatrick pp 87
A network-based geriatric rehabilitation programme: study design and baseline characteristics of the patients
Katariina Hinkka; Sirkka-Liisa Karppi; Tuula Aaltonen; Kirsi Ollonqvist; Rainer Grönlund; Ulla Salmelainen; Pauli Puukka; Reijo Tilvis pp 97
Stroke rehabilitation outcome: the Turkish experience
Nilüfer Gökkaya; Meltem Aras; Diana Cardenas; Ay e Kaya pp 105
Consideration of out-of-home placement among Israeli Jewish and Arab parents of children with disabilities
Faisal Azaiza; Arie Rimmerman; Tal Araten-Bergman; Denise Naon pp 113
Validity and reliability of the Community Integration Program Questionnaire
Mel Glenn; Richard Goldstein; Elizabeth Selleck; Michelle Rotman; Loyal Jacob pp 117
The effectiveness of a stroke education group on persons with stroke and their caregivers
Stephanie W.S. Louie; Pal K.K. Liu; David W.K. Man pp 123
'We couldn't function without volunteers': volunteering with a disability, the perspective of not-for-profit agencies
Susan Balandin; Gwynnyth Llewellyn; Angela Dew; Liora Ballin pp 131
The predictive factors for length of stay for stroke patients in Taiwan using the path model
LyInn Chung; Yen-Ho Wang; Tsyr-Jang Chen; Ay-Woan Pan pp 137
The effect of work on people with severe mental illness in Taiwan using a stress-social support model: an exploratory study
Hui-Ching Wu pp 145
Brief research reports
Effects of alternative communication on the communicative effectiveness of an individual with a progressive language disorder
Cynthia Pattee; Shelley Von Berg; Patrick Ghezzi pp 151
Attitudes toward people with disabilities: a comparison between health care professionals and students
King Wai Au; David W.K. Man pp 155
Special education teachers' perceptions of factors influencing their instructional practices
Abdelaziz Sartawi; Emad M. Lagazo pp 161
Survey of general practitioners' attitudes toward physical medicine and rehabilitation
Gholam Reza Raissi; Kourosh Mansoori; Pejman Madani; Seyed Mansoor Rayegani pp 167
Music: a strategy to promote health in rehabilitation? An evaluation of participation in a 'music and health promotion project'
Kari Bjerke Batt-Rawden pp 175
Sibling advocates of people with intellectual disabilities
Eria Ping Ying Li
Drooling in children with cerebral palsy: a qualitative method to evaluate parental perceptions of its impact on daily life, social interaction, and self-esteem
Jan van der Burg; Peter Jongerius; Jacques van Limbeek; Karen van Hulst; Jan Rotteveel pp 179
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