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Disability and rehabilitation

Año 2016. Número 38 (2)

Review Paper
Psychometric properties of self-reported questionnaires for the evaluation of symptoms and functional limitations in individuals with rotator cuff disorders: a systematic review
Corinne St-Pierre, François Desmeules, Clermont E. Dionne, Pierre Frémont, Joy C. MacDermid & Jean-Sébastien Roy
A narrative synthesis investigating the use and value of social support to promote physical activity among individuals with schizophrenia
Julia Gross, Davy Vancampfort, Brendon Stubbs, Paul Gorczynski & Andrew Soundy
Research Paper
Needs and requests – patients and physicians voices about improving the management of spinal cord injury neuropathic pain
Cecilia Norrbrink & Monika Löfgren
Informal caregivers' needs on discharge from the spinal cord unit: analysis of perceptions and lived experiences
Alessio Conti, Lorenza Garrino, Paola Montanari & Valerio Dimonte
Associations between socio-demographic factors, encounters with healthcare professionals and perceived ability to return to work in people sick-listed due to heart failure in Sweden: a cross-sectional study
Lena Nordgren & Anne Söderlund
Parenting stress in mothers with cystic fibrosis
Gerald Ullrich, Ingrid Bobis & Burkhard Bewig
Assessment Procedures
Translation into Greek and initial validity and reliability testing of a modified version of the SCIM III, in both English and Greek, for self-use
Christina Michailidou, Louise Marston & Lorraine H. De Souza
Perspectives in Rehabilitation
Capturing complexity in work disability research: application of system dynamics modeling methodology
Arif Jetha, Glenn Pransky & Lawrence J Hettinger
Education and Training
Promoting consistent use of the communication function classification system (CFCS)
Barbara Jane Cunningham, Peter Rosenbaum & Mary Jo Cooley Hidecker
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