The Overlooked Outcome Measure for Spinal Cord Injury: Use of Assistive Devices

@inproceedings{Scivoletto2019TheOO,
  title={The Overlooked Outcome Measure for Spinal Cord Injury: Use of Assistive Devices},
  author={Giorgio Scivoletto and Giulia Galli and M{\'o}nica Cecilia De-la Torre and Marco Molinari and Mariella Pazzaglia},
  booktitle={Front. Neurol.},
  year={2019}
}
Although several outcome measures are used to assess various areas of interest regarding spinal cord injuries (SCIs), little is known about the frequency of their use, and the ways in which they transform shared knowledge into implemented practices. Herein, 800 professionals from the International Spinal Cord Society, especially trained for caring in patients with SCI, were invited to respond to an Internet survey collecting information on the use of standardized measures in daily clinical… CONTINUE READING
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