From "wheelchair circuit" to "wheelchair assessment instrument for people with multiple sclerosis": reliability and validity analysis of a test to assess driving skills in manual wheelchair users with multiple sclerosis.

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OBJECTIVES To assess the reliability and validity of the Wheelchair Assessment Instrument for people with Multiple Sclerosis (WAIMS), a test to measure driving skills in manual wheelchair users with multiple sclerosis (MS). DESIGN Three test trials per subject were conducted by 2 raters to examine reliability (inter- and intrarater) and validity… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.apmr.2011.12.025

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@article{Vereecken2012FromC, title={From "wheelchair circuit" to "wheelchair assessment instrument for people with multiple sclerosis": reliability and validity analysis of a test to assess driving skills in manual wheelchair users with multiple sclerosis.}, author={Monia Vereecken and Guy G. Vanderstraeten and Stephan Ilsbroukx}, journal={Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation}, year={2012}, volume={93 6}, pages={1052-8} }