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Disability and rehabilitation


Año 2016. Número 38 (15)

Review Paper
Systematic review of the influence of spasticity on quality of life in adults with chronic neurological conditions
K. Milinis, C. A. Young & on behalf of the Trajectories of Outcome in Neurological Conditions (TONiC) study
Research Paper
Impromptu everyday disclosure dances: how women with fibromyalgia respond to disclosure risks at work
M. Oldfield, E. MacEachen, B. Kirsh & M. MacNeill
Ariadne’s thread: a promising new multidisciplinary tool to foster clients’ resilience throughout the rehabilitation process
Noémie Royer, Léa Bourdages-Perreault, Gentiane Cornelier, Julie Coutya, Jean-Michel Naud, Jocelyn Chouinard & Mélanie Levasseur
Reporting of neuropsychological dysfunction remains discrepant between individuals with traumatic brain injury and their close others up to five years post-injury
Renerus J. Stolwyk & Jennie L. Ponsford
Sexuality after stroke: an exploration of current professional approaches, barriers to providing support and future directions
Alexandra Richards, Rachel Dean, Gerald H. Burgess & Helen Caird
‘The moment I leave my home – there will be massive challenges’: experiences of living with a spinal cord injury in Botswana
Inka Löfvenmark, Cecilia Norrbrink, Lena Nilsson Wikmar & Monika Löfgren
Is early rehabilitation a myth? Physical inactivity in the first week after myocardial infarction and stroke
Sarah Lay, Julie Bernhardt, Tanya West, Leonid Churilov, Anthony Dart, Kate Hayes & Toby B. Cumming
Fostering positive experiences of group-based exercise classes after breast cancer: what do women have to say?
Jennifer Brunet & Anik St-Aubin
Assessment Procedures
Revised Measure of Environmental Qualities of Activity Settings (MEQAS) for youth leisure and life skills activity settings
Gillian King, Patty Rigby & Lisa Avery
Perspectives in Rehabilitation
The potential for non-invasive brain stimulation to improve function after amputation
Brenton G. Hordacre, Michael C. Ridding & Lynley V. Bradnam
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