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Disability and rehabilitation


Año 2009. Número 31 (17)

Tribute
'A man's reach should exceed his grasp' - In memory of Professor Philip Wood
Nenad Kostanjsek; Elizabeth Badley; Marijke de Kleijn; Bedirhan Üstün pp 1389-1391
Research Papers
Assessments used in school-aged children with acquired brain injury - Linking to the international classification of functioning, disability and health
Rita Ehrenfors; Lena Borell; Helena Hemmingsson pp 1392-1401
Polyneuropathy, with and without neurogenic pain, and its impact on daily life activities - A descriptive study
Gunilla M. Liedberg; Magnus Vrethem pp 1402-1408
Development and initial validation of the 'Clinical Global Impression' to measure outcomes for audiological rehabilitation
Marie Öberg; Gunilla Wänström; Heléne Hjertman; Thomas Lunner; Gerhard Andersson pp 1409-1417
Effectiveness of neurodisability simulation training for NHS staff working in brain injury rehabilitation
F. Colin Wilson; Sonia Nelson; Ciara Downes; Helen McQuigg; Caroline Lockhart; Hilary Robinson pp 1418-1423
Quality of life in MS: Does aging enhance perceptions of mental health?
Terry A. DiLorenzo; June Halper; Mary Ann Picone pp 1424-1431
Determination and possible application of the aerobic gas exchange threshold in aerobically untrained paraplegic subjects based on stimulated cycle ergometry
C. Perret; H. Berry; K. J. Hunt; S. Grant; T. H. Kakebeeke pp 1432-1436Pages 1432-1436
Managing fatigue following spinal cord injury: A qualitative exploration
Karen W. Hammell; William C. Miller; Susan J. Forwell; Bert E. Forman; Brad A. Jacobsen pp 1437-1445
Clinical Commentary
Revisiting therapy assumptions in children's rehabilitation: clinical and research implications
Barbara E. Gibson; Johanna Darrah; Deb Cameron; Goli Hashemi; Shauna Kingsnorth; Céline Lepage; Rose Martini; Angela Mandich; Dolly Menna-Dack pp 1446-1453
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