Xiaoxuan Zhou

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OBJECTIVE To investigate how clinical experience and access to patient information regarding functional capability influence inter-rater reliability and validity of the Brief International Classification of Functioning, Disability, and Health Core Set for Stroke (ICF) assessment. METHODS Study 1 involved expert (clinical experience > 5 years) and novice(More)
OBJECTIVE To investigate how family members' attitudes toward functional regain, and patients' knowledge and intention of independence influence poststroke rehabilitation. DESIGN Cross-sectional study. SETTING Three rehabilitation inpatient settings. PARTICIPANTS Younger (n=79) and older (n=84) poststroke patients, along with their family members(More)
BACKGROUND Post-stroke cognitive impairment (PSCI) lessens quality of life, restricts the rehabilitation of stroke, and increases the social and economic burden stroke imposes on patients and their families. Therefore effective treatment is of paramount importance. However, the treatment of PSCI is very limited. The primary aim of this protocol is to(More)
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