Perceptions of self-efficacy and rehabilitation among neurologically disabled adults.

@article{Dixon2007PerceptionsOS,
  title={Perceptions of self-efficacy and rehabilitation among neurologically disabled adults.},
  author={Guy Dixon and Everard W. Thornton and Carolyn A Young},
  journal={Clinical rehabilitation},
  year={2007},
  volume={21 3},
  pages={230-40}
}
OBJECTIVE To explore constructs relevant to self-efficacy in neurological rehabilitation. DESIGN Qualitative methods using semi-structured interviews. SETTING Specialist neurological rehabilitation unit, Liverpool, UK. SUBJECTS Twenty-four patients (12 male) with experience of inpatient rehabilitation, aged 17-59 (mean 38.1) years at onset, with diagnoses of stroke (n = 8), traumatic brain injury (n = 6) or other monophasic neurological impairment (n = 10). RESULTS Eleven themes emerged… CONTINUE READING