Psychosocial factors associated with outcomes of sports injury rehabilitation in competitive athletes: a mixed studies systematic review

@article{Forsdyke2016PsychosocialFA,
  title={Psychosocial factors associated with outcomes of sports injury rehabilitation in competitive athletes: a mixed studies systematic review},
  author={Dale Forsdyke and Andy Smith and Michelle Jones and Adam Gledhill},
  journal={British Journal of Sports Medicine},
  year={2016},
  volume={50},
  pages={537 - 544}
}
Background The prime focus of research on sports injury has been on physical factors. This is despite our understanding that when an athlete sustains an injury it has psychosocial as well as physical impacts. Psychosocial factors have been suggested as prognostic influences on the outcomes of rehabilitation. The aim of this work was to address the question: are psychosocial factors associated with sports injury rehabilitation outcomes in competitive athletes? Study design Mixed studies… 
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