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Disability and rehabilitation


Año 2008. Número 30 (17)

Review
From disablement to enablement: Conceptual models of disability in the 20th century
Carmelo Masala; Donatella Rita Petretto pp 1233-1244
Research Papers
Clinical outcomes of a cardiac rehabilitation and maintenance program for Chinese patients with congestive heart failure
Clement Chan; Dilys Tang; Alice Jones pp 1245-1253

Unmet needs and health care utilization in young adults with cerebral palsy
Channah Nieuwenhuijsen; Yvette van der Laar; Mireille Donkervoort; Wilbert Nieuwstraten; Marij E. Roebroeck; Henk J. Stam pp 1254-1262

The nature of sense making in caregiving for persons with multiple sclerosis
Kenneth I. Pakenham pp 1263-1273

Postural control in patients with Down syndrome
Manuela Galli; Chiara Rigoldi; Luca Mainardi; Nunzio Tenore; Paolo Onorati; Giorgio Albertini pp 1274-1278

Women's experiences of increasing subjective well-being in CFS/ME through leisure-based arts and crafts activities: A qualitative study
Frances Reynolds; Bella Vivat; Sarah Prior pp 1279-1288

Mental health in the workplace: Using the ICF to model the prospective associations between symptoms, activities, participation and environmental factors
Kristy Sanderson; Jan Nicholson; Nick Graves; Elizabeth Tilse; Brian Oldenburg pp 1289-1297
Characteristics of social participation as defined by older adults with a chronic physical illness
Godelief M. J. Mars; Gertrudis I. J. M. Kempen; Ilse Mesters; Ireen M. Proot; Jacques Th. M. van Eijk pp 1298- 1308
Clinical Commentary
The benefits of theory for clinical practice: Cognitive treatment for chronic low back pain patients as an illustrative example
Petra C. Siemonsma; Carin D. Schroumlder; Jos H. M. Dekker; Ant T. Lettinga pp 1309-1317
Case Study
Developing a therapeutic relationship with a blind client with a severe intellectual disability and persistent challenging behaviour
P. Sterkenburg; Carlo Schuengel; C. Janssen pp 1318-1327
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