Occupational therapists' identification, assessment, and treatment of unilateral spatial neglect during stroke rehabilitation in Canada.

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BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE Unilateral spatial neglect (USN) is a disabling feature of stroke, and its identification and management are critical for optimizing patient outcomes. This study examined USN problem identification, assessment, and treatment among clinicians working in stroke rehabilitation. METHODS This report was based on a Canada-wide survey of… (More)

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@article{MenonNair2007OccupationalTI, title={Occupational therapists' identification, assessment, and treatment of unilateral spatial neglect during stroke rehabilitation in Canada.}, author={Anita Menon-Nair and Nicol Korner-Bitensky and Tatiana Ogourtsova}, journal={Stroke}, year={2007}, volume={38 9}, pages={2556-62} }