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Disability and rehabilitation


Año 2010. Número 32 (12)

Original Articles

Rehabilitation outcomes: values, methodologies and applications
Kathryn M. McPherson, William J. Taylor, Alain Leplege pp 961-964

Human rights and rehabilitation outcomes
Richard J. Siegert, Tony Ward, E. Diane Playford pp 965-971

Rehabilitation and indigenous peoples: the Maori experience
Matire Harwood pp 972-977

The productive partnerships framework: harnessing health consumer knowledge and autonomy to create and predict successful rehabilitation outcomes
Julian Verkaaik, K. Anne Sinnott, Bernadette Cassidy, Claire Freeman, Tony Kunowski pp 978-985
Experience of recovery and outcome following traumatic brain injury: a metasynthesis of qualitative research
William M. M. Levack, Nicola M. Kayes, Joanna K. Fadyl pp 986-999

Dimension reduction in human functioning and disability outcomes research: graphical models versus principal components analysis
Jan D. Reinhardt, Bernd A. G. Fellinghauer, Ralf Strobl, Gerold Stucki pp 1000-1010

Measuring what matters: does 'objectivity' mean good science?
Nicola M. Kayes, Kathryn M. McPherson pp 1011-1019

Value for money – recasting the problem in terms of dynamic access prioritisation
William J. Taylor, George Laking pp 1020-1027

Beyond the RCT – understanding the relationship between interventions, individuals and outcome – the example of neurological rehabilitation
Paula Kersten, Caroline Ellis-Hill, Kathryn M. McPherson, Rachel Harrington pp 1028-1034

SCIRehab: a model for rehabilitation research using comprehensive person, process and outcome data
Gale Whiteneck, Julie Gassaway pp 1035-1042

Outcome, recovery and return to work in severe mental illnesses
Bernard Pachoud, Arnaud Plagnol, Alain Leplege pp 1043-1050

Models of rehabilitation – commonalities of interventions that work and of those that do not
Ian D. Cameron pp 1051-1058
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