May – Monthly Quality of Life (QoL) and Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) Articles

May – Monthly Quality of Life (QoL) and Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) Articles

May, 2012’s List of Monthly Articles Examining QoL in Relation to SCI:

1) Atkins D, Noonan VK, et al. Secondary Complications in SCI Across the Continuum: Using Operations Research to Predict the Impact and Optimize Management Strategies. 2011 International Conference on Spinal Cord Medicine and Rehabilitation, Washington, DC. Topics in Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation 2012;18:57-60.

2) Bryden A, Bezruczko N. An ADL measure for spinal cord injury. J Appl Measure 2011;12:279-97.

3) Dickson A, O’Brien G, et al. Adjustment and coping in spousal caregivers following a traumatic spinal cord injury: An interpretative phenomenological analysis. J of Health Psychol 2012;17:247-57.

4) Fliess-Douer, O,  Vanlandewijck YC, et al. Most essential wheeled mobility skills for daily life: An international survey among paralympic wheelchair athletes with spinal cord injury. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 2012;93:629-35.

5) Gelis A, Daures JP, et al. Evaluating self-reported pressure ulcer preventive measures in persons with spinal cord injury using the revised Skin Management Needs Assessment Checklist: reliability study. Spinal Cord 2011; 49:653-8.

6) Martin Ginis KA,  Phang SH, Latimer AE, Arbour-Nicitopoulos KP. Reliability and validity tests of the leisure time physical activity questionnaire for people with spinal cord injury. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 2012;93:677-82.

7) Kavanagh E. Affirmation through disability: One athlete’s personal journey to the London Paralympic Games. Perspect Public Health 2012;132:68-74.

8) Ketchum JM, Getachew MA. Early predictors of employment outcomes 1 year post traumatic brain injury in a population of Hispanic individuals. Neurorehabilitation 2012;30: 13-22.

9) Luthi H, Geyh S. The individual experience of functioning and disability in Switzerland–patient perspective and person-centeredness in spinal cord injury. Spinal Cord 2011;49: 1173-81.

10) Nooijen, C. F. J., S. De Groot, et al. A more active lifestyle in persons with a recent spinal cord injury benefits physical fitness and health. Spinal Cord 2012;50:320-23.

11) Parker M, Yau M. Sexuality, Identity and Women with Spinal Cord Injury. Sex Disabil 2012;30:15-27.

12)  Rutherford Owen T, and Marini I. Attendant Care and Spinal Cord Injury: Usage Patterns and Perspectives for Those with Life Care Plans. J Life Care Plan 2012;10:33-43.

13) Rutherford-Owen T, Marini, I. Life Care Plan Implementation Among Adults with Spinal Cord Injuries. J of Life Care Plan 2012;10: 5-20.

14) van Leeuwen, CM, Post MW, et al. Life satisfaction in people with spinal cord injury during the first five years after discharge from inpatient rehabilitation. Disabil Rehabil 2012;34: 76-83.

15)  Vassend O, Quale AJ, et al. Predicting the long-term impact of acquired severe injuries on functional health status: the role of optimism, emotional distress and pain. Spinal Cord 2011;49:1193-7.

16) Wu JC, Chen YC, et al. Effects of age, gender, and socio-economic status on the incidence of spinal cord injury: An assessment using the eleven-year comprehensive nationwide database of Taiwan. J Neurotrauma 2012;29:889-97.

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