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- 5Liu, Lili
- 2Stroulia, Eleni
- 1Azad Khaneghah, Peyman
- 1Azad-Khaneghah, Peyman
- 1Barlow, Ingrid
- 1Bentley, Pamela
Assessments of spatial, constructional ability are used widely in cognitive research and in clinical diagnosis of disease or injury. Some believe that three-dimensional (3D) forms of these assessments would be particularly sensitive, but difficulties with consistency in administration and scoring...
Many individuals with mental illness want to return to work and stay in employment. Yet, there is little research that has examined the perspectives of employers on hiring and accommodating these workers and the kinds of supports employers need to facilitate their reintegration into the...
Objectives: 1. To identify items used in peer reviewed mobile app rating scales. 2. To identify factors important to patients, clinicians, and app developers in evaluating the quality of mental health apps.
Background Prevention and management of chronic conditions is a priority for many healthcare systems. Personal health records have been suggested to facilitate implementation of chronic care programs. However, patients’ attitude towards personal health records (PHRs) can significantly affect the...
Wheelchair seating assessment and intervention: A comparison between Telerehabilitation and face-to-face serviceDownload
This study compared outcomes of wheelchair seating and positioning interventions provided by telerehabilitation (n=10) and face-to-face (n=20; 10 in each of two comparison groups, one urban and one rural). Comparison clients were matched to the telerehabilitation clients in age, diagnosis, and...