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


Año 2005. Número 28 (4)

Original articles
Field testing of the ACCESS materials: a portfolio of materials to assist health workers to identify children with disabilities and offer simple advice to mothers
Sheila Wirz; Karen Edwards; Jonathon Flower; Aisha Yousafzai pp 293
Recovery from stroke: differences between subtypes
David M. Lipson; Harpreet Sangha; Norine C. Foley; Sanjit Bhogal; Gina Pohani; Robert W. Teasell pp 303
The Usher lifestyle survey: maintaining independence: a multi-centre study
Godelieve W.J.A. Damen; Paul F.M. Krabbe; M. Kilsby; Emmanuel A.M. Mylanus pp 309
Out-of-home placement of children with intellectual disability: Israeli-born parents vs. new immigrants from the ex-USSR
Ilana Duvdevany; Helena Vudinsky pp 321
Positive coping and mastery in a rehabilitation setting
Esther R. Greenglass; Sandra Marques; Melanie deRidder; Supriya Bel pp 333
A pilot study on the effectiveness of tele-analogy-based problem-solving training for people with brain injuries
Wallace Soong; Sing-Fai Tam; Wai-Kwong Man; Christina Hui-Chan pp 341
Self-experiences of mobility and injury events in the traffic environment among physical impaired and disabled people as unprotected pedestrians and wheelchair riders in Sweden: a follow-up study
Jorgen Lundälv pp 349
Chronic disease self-management program for Chinese patients: a preliminary multi-baseline study
Sam C.C. Chan; Andrew M.H. Siu; Peter K.K. Poon; Chetwyn C.H. Chan pp 351
Gross Motor Function Measure for children with cerebral palsy
Eve C.Y. Wong; David W.K. Man pp 355
Post-acute rehabilitation following traumatic brain injury: are both early and later improved outcomes possible?
Rudi Coetzer; Richard Rushe pp 361
Analysis of educational support systems for children with mental retardation and autism spectrum disorders
Jayanthi Narayan; Srinivas N. Chakravarti; Juniper David; Mahalakshmi Kanniappan pp 365
Does the Orebro Musculoskeletal Pain Questionnaire predict outcomes following a work-related compensable injury?
Debra A. Dunstan; Tanya Covic; Graham A. Tyson; Ian G. Lennie pp 369
Effects of intra-articular hylan G-F 20 injections on clinical and biomechanical characteristics of the knee in osteoarthritis
Gune_ Yavuzer; Birkan Sonel; Nurben Suldur; Sureyya Ergin pp 371
Sexual function in females with severe cervical spinal cord injuries: a controlled study with the Female Sexual Function Index
Charalambos Matzaroglou; Konstantinos Assimakopoulos; Elias Panagiotopoulos; Georgios Kasimatis; Panagiotis Dimakopoulos; Elias Lambiris pp 375
Efficacy of support groups for spouses of patients with spinal cord injury and its impact on their quality of life
A. Sheija; C. Manigandan pp 379
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