Reliability and validity of the telephone administration of the wheelchair outcome measure (WhOM) for middle-aged and older users of power mobility devices.

@article{Auger2010ReliabilityAV,
  title={Reliability and validity of the telephone administration of the wheelchair outcome measure (WhOM) for middle-aged and older users of power mobility devices.},
  author={Claudine Auger and Louise Demers and Isabelle G{\'e}linas and François Routhier and W. B. Mortenson and William C. Miller},
  journal={Journal of rehabilitation medicine},
  year={2010},
  volume={42 6},
  pages={574-81}
}
OBJECTIVE To examine the measurement properties of the tele-phone administration of the Wheelchair Outcome Measure (WhOM). SUBJECTS Power mobility device users aged 50-89 years. METHODS Two independent cohorts were recruited: (i) a prospective cohort (n = 40) to estimate test-retest reliability and to determine the applicability of the telephone format, and (ii) a cross-sectional cohort to examine construct validity with 3 groups: (a) people waiting for a first power mobility device (n = 44… CONTINUE READING