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

Año 2008. Número 31 (1)

Original articles
What do people with acquired brain injury think about respite care and other support services?
Jeffrey Chan pp 3
Applying the concept of quality of life to Israeli special education programs: a national curriculum for enhanced autonomy in students with special needs
Shunit Reiter; Robert L. Schalock pp 13
The International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health-orientated Occupational Therapy Assessment: a Rasch analysis of its domains
Markus A. Wirtz; Sebastian Voigt-Radloff pp 23
Effect of biofeedback accompanying occupational therapy and functional electrical stimulation in hemiplegic patients
Maria Ines Paes Lourencao; Linamara Rizzo Battistella; Christina May Moran de Brito; Gracinda Rodrigues Tsukimoto; Margarida Harumi Miyazaki pp 33
Intervention categories for physiotherapists treating patients with internal medicine conditions on the basis of the International Classification of Functioning Disability and Health
Elisabeth Bürge; Alarcos Cieza; Lara Allet; Monika Elisabeth Finger; Gerold Stucki; Erika Omega Huber pp 43
Falls among dizzy patients in primary healthcare: an intervention study with control group
Eva Ekvall Hansson; Nils-Ove Mansson; Karin A. Ringsberg; Anders Hakansson pp 51
Outcomes of a skiing program on level and stability of self-esteem and physical self in adults with spinal cord injury
Jean-Marc Barbin; Grégory Ninot pp 59
Towards objective evaluation of balance in the elderly: validity and reliability of a measurement instrument applied to the Tinetti test
Lorenzo Panella; Carmine Tinelli; Angelo Buizza; Remo Lombardi; Roberto Gandolfi pp 65
Implementation of the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health in national legislation and policy in Japan
Yayoi Okawa; Satoshi Ueda pp 73
Brief research reports
Can long-term impairment in general practitioner whiplash patients be predicted using screening and patient-reported outcomes?
Charles Philip Gabel; Brendan Burkett; Anne Neller; Michael Yelland pp 79
Reductions in 'Ross Information Processing Test-Geriatric' information processing and 'A Quick Test of Cognitive Speed' processing speed in Alzheimer's disease: which lead and which follow?
Deborah Ross-Swain; Elisabeth H. Wiig pp 81
The ADL-staircase: further validation
Ulf Jakobsson pp 85
Risk factors and clinical profiles in Turkish children with cerebral palsy: analysis of 625 cases
Gulten Erkin; Sibel Unsal Delialioglu; Sumru Ozel; Canan Culha; Hulya Sirzai pp 89
Body composition after stroke
Berna Celik; Kadriye Ones; Nurhan Ince pp 93
Development of criteria for the qualifiers of activity and participation in the 'International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health' based on the accumulated data of population surveys
Yayoi Okawa; Satoshi Ueda; Kenji Shuto; Tatsuhiro Mizoguchi pp 97
Evaluation of upper extremity rehabilitation in hemiplegic patients with and without complex regional pain syndrome type 1
Güldal Funda Nakipolu; Meryem Dogan-Aslan; Nee Ozgirgin pp 105
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