The development of an outcome measures toolkit for spinal cord injury rehabilitation.

  title={The development of an outcome measures toolkit for spinal cord injury rehabilitation.},
  author={Christie W L Chan and William C. Miller and Matthew Quer{\'e}e and Vanessa K Noonan and Dalton L Wolfe},
  journal={Canadian journal of occupational therapy. Revue canadienne d'ergotherapie},
  volume={84 2},
BACKGROUND Spinal cord injury (SCI) is a complex medical condition that can be difficult to monitor. PURPOSE This study aimed to establish a common set of validated outcome measures specifically for SCI clinical practice. METHOD In a three-round online Delphi process, experts in SCI care across Canada suggested and ranked outcome measures for clinical practice. The facilitators provided feedback between rounds and determined if consensus (at least 75% agreement) was reached on a single… CONTINUE READING

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