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Disability and rehabilitation

Año 2008. Número 30 (2)

Research papers
Robotic gait trainer in water: Development of an underwater gait-training orthosis
Tasuku Miyoshi; Kazuaki Hiramatsu; Shin-Ichiro Yamamoto; Kimitaka Nakazawa; Masami Akai pp 81-87
Measuring participation in people living with multiple sclerosis: A comparison of self-reported frequency, importance and self-efficacy
Kathryn M. Yorkston; Carrie M. Kuehn; Kurt L. Johnson; Dawn M. Ehde; Mark P. Jensen; Dagmar Amtmann pp 88-97
Reliability and applicability of the ICF in coding problems, resources and goals of persons with multiple injuries
Helene L. Soberg; Leiv Sandvik; Sigrid Ostensjo pp 98-106
Identity related to living situation in six individuals with congenital quadriplegia
Kenneth L. Robey pp 107-113
The Everyday Memory Questionnaire-revised: Development of a 13-item scale
Jane Royle; Nadina B. Lincoln pp 114-121
Gender differences in amputation outcome
Rajiv Singh; John Hunter; Alistair Philip; Sarah Tyson pp 122-125
Cognitive representations of disability behaviours in people with mobility limitations: Consistency with theoretical constructs
Diane Dixon; Marie Johnston pp 126-133
Rehabilitation in Practice
Rehabilitation medicine in countries of Central/Eastern Europe
Reuben Eldar; Lajos Kullmann; Crt Marincek; Katarina Sekelj-Kauzlaricacute; Olga Scaronvestkova; Miroslav Palat pp 134-141
Development of a framework for the evidence-based choice of outcome measures in neurological physiotherapy
Sarah Tyson; Anita Watson; Sylvia Moss; Hilary Troop; Gill Dean-Lofthouse; Sjoerd Jorritsma; Michelle Shannon; On behalf of the Greater Manchester Outcome Measures Project pp 142-149
Clinical Commentary
Using stroke to explore the Life Thread Model: An alternative approach to understanding rehabilitation following an acquired disability
Caroline Ellis-Hill Senior Lecturer; Sheila Payne; Christopher Ward pp 150-159
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