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Disability and rehabilitation


Año 2010. Número 32 (17)

Research Papers

Impact of the interaction between self-efficacy, symptoms and catastrophising on disability, quality of life and health in with chronic pain patients
Björn Börsbo, Björn Gerdle, Michael Peolsson pp 1387-1396
Validation of the International Classification of Functioning Disability and Health framework using multidimensional item response modeling
Thomas Ewert, Diane D. Allen, Mark Wilson, Bedirhan Üstün, Gerold Stucki pp 1397-1405
Carer experiences of life after stroke – a qualitative analysis
Cathy Bulley, Jane Shiels, Katie Wilkie, Lisa Salisbury pp 1406-1413

Evaluation and treatment of synkinesis with botulinum toxin following facial nerve palsy
Elena Dalla Toffola, Francesco Furini, Carla Redaelli, Elena Prestifilippo, Maurizio Bejor pp 1414-1418
Goal setting in neurological rehabilitation: staff perspectives
R. C. Van De Weyer, C. Ballinger, E. D. Playford pp 1419-1427

Activity-related pain in patients with chronic musculoskeletal disorders
Elin Damsgard, Gyrd Thrane, Audny Anke, Terese FORS, Cecilie Roe pp 1428-1437

Rated cognition in nursing home residents with multiple sclerosis: cross-sectional and longitudinal analyses
George J. Demakis, Robert J. Buchanan pp 1438-1446
Rehabilitation in Practice

A decision-algorithm defining the rehabilitation approach: 'Facial oral tract therapy'
Trine S. Hansen, Daniela Jakobsen pp 1447-1460

Haemodynamic effects of physiotherapy programme in intensive care unit after liver transplantation
Meric Senduran, Saadet Ufuk Yurdalan, Didem Karadibak, Ali Gunerli pp 1461-1466
Perspectives in Rehabilitation

Initial steps towards a theory and praxis of person–environment interaction in disability
René I. Jahiel, Marcia J. Scherer pp 1467-1474
Theory or theories? A commentary on 'initial steps towards a theory and praxis of person–environment interaction in disability'
Scott C. Brown pp 1475-1479

Astute observations in their analysis of modifying existing person–environment interaction theory in disability
Michael H. Fox pp 1480-1481
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