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1. Are post-surgical rehabilitation interventions effective in improving disability and quality of life of adults with low back pain with or without radiculopathy treated with surgery? A systematic review of the literature

Are post-surgical rehabilitation interventions effective in improving disability and quality of life of adults with low back pain with or without radiculopathy treated with surgery? A systematic review of the literature Print | PDF PROSPERO This information has been provided by the named contact for this review. CRD has accepted this information in good faith and registered the review in PROSPERO. The registrant confirms that the information supplied for this submission is accurate and complete

2019 PROSPERO

2. Part 1: A review of using photovoice as a disability research method: Implications for eliciting the experiences of persons with disabilities on the Community Based Rehabilitation programme in Namibia (PubMed)

Part 1: A review of using photovoice as a disability research method: Implications for eliciting the experiences of persons with disabilities on the Community Based Rehabilitation programme in Namibia Although the Community Based Rehabilitation (CBR) programme in Namibia was formally adopted in 1997, the effectiveness of the programme, including the experiences of persons with disabilities on the programme, has not been assessed to date.To explore the need for a qualitative evaluation tool (...) for the CBR programme that can elicit the experiences of persons with disabilities.A scoping review was conducted on the use of photovoice as a disability research method and its potential use in eliciting the experiences of persons with disabilities participating in the CBR programme. A comprehensive literature search was conducted on electronic databases as a part of the scoping review.Twenty-one studies were selected for review. Six studies followed the exact steps of the traditional photovoice process

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2018 African journal of disability

3. Impact of Workplace Exposure and Stress on Neck Pain and Disabilities in Women-A Longitudinal Follow-up After a Rehabilitation Intervention. (PubMed)

Impact of Workplace Exposure and Stress on Neck Pain and Disabilities in Women-A Longitudinal Follow-up After a Rehabilitation Intervention. The aim was to evaluate if pain, disability, and work productivity are influenced by physical and psychosocial work exposures as well as by stress, up to 1 year after a randomized controlled trial treatment intervention, and to determine whether any such association differed between treatment and control groups.Ninety-seven working women suffering non (...) -specific neck pain (n = 67 treatment group, n = 30 control group) were followed from end of treatment intervention and at 9- and 15-month follow-ups, respectively. Physical and psychosocial exposures, as well as perceived stress, were assessed after the treatment intervention. Pain, neck disability, and work productivity were assessed at baseline, after intervention 3 months later and at 9- and 15-month follow-ups. Longitudinal assessment was conducted using the exposure level at 3 months as predictor

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2018 Annals of work exposures and health Controlled trial quality: uncertain

4. Barriers to and facilitators of rehabilitation services for people with physical disabilities: A systematic review. (PubMed)

Barriers to and facilitators of rehabilitation services for people with physical disabilities: A systematic review. As health care practitioners, it is important to have an understanding of the common barriers to and facilitators of the rehabilitation services we provide.This article aimed to review the relevant literature regarding barriers to and facilitators of rehabilitation services for people with disabilities.Articles for the period 1990-2010 using descriptors related to rehabilitation (...) services, barriers, facilitators and the physically disabled population were retrieved for this review.A total of 19 article titles were identified from references of other articles but following application of the inclusion criteria selected for this review, only six articles were chosen. Five of these articles were qualitative studies and one was a quantitative study. Barriers and facilitators regarding rehabilitation services highlighted by participants in the studies included a perception

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2017 African journal of disability

5. Adults with idiopathic scoliosis improve disability after motor and cognitive rehabilitation: results of a randomised controlled trial. (PubMed)

Adults with idiopathic scoliosis improve disability after motor and cognitive rehabilitation: results of a randomised controlled trial. To evaluate the effects of motor and cognitive rehabilitation on disability in adults with idiopathic scoliosis at lower risk of progression.130 adults with idiopathic scoliosis (main curve <35°) were randomly assigned to a 20-week rehabilitation programme consisting of active self-correction, task-oriented exercises and cognitive-behavioural therapy (...) deformities showed a significant, although not clinically meaningful, between-group difference of 4° in favour of the experimental group.The experimental programme was superior to general physiotherapy in reducing disability of adults with idiopathic scoliosis. Motor and cognitive rehabilitation also led to improvements in dysfunctional thoughts, pain, and quality of life. Changes were maintained for at least 1 year.

2016 European spine journal : official publication of the European Spine Society, the European Spinal Deformity Society, and the European Section of the Cervical Spine Research Society Controlled trial quality: predicted high

6. Exploring Barriers of the Health System to Rehabilitation Services for People with Disabilities in Iran: A Qualitative Study (PubMed)

Exploring Barriers of the Health System to Rehabilitation Services for People with Disabilities in Iran: A Qualitative Study The United Nations (UN) identified health as a basic human right, but, unfortunately, the evidence shows that people with disabilities (PWD) often have lower levels of health than the general population. This can be associated with problems in access to the services and programs. The aim of this study was to explore barriers of the health system to rehabilitation services (...) for PWD in Iran.This was a qualitative study conducted on 21 participants using semi-structured, in-depth interviews and content analysis from June 2014 to July 2015. Data analysis was performed by MAXQDA version 10."Barriers" were the most prominent challenge of people with disabilities that needed access to rehabilitation services. These barriers were categorized into eight concepts of deficiency in the system that provides rehabilitation services, defect of education, deficiency in detecting

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2015 Electronic physician

7. Goal setting and strategies to enhance goal pursuit for adults with acquired disability participating in rehabilitation. (PubMed)

Goal setting and strategies to enhance goal pursuit for adults with acquired disability participating in rehabilitation. Goal setting is considered a key component of rehabilitation for adults with acquired disability, yet there is little consensus regarding the best strategies for undertaking goal setting and in which clinical contexts. It has also been unclear what effect, if any, goal setting has on health outcomes after rehabilitation.To assess the effects of goal setting and strategies (...) to enhance the pursuit of goals (i.e. how goals and progress towards goals are communicated, used, or shared) on improving health outcomes in adults with acquired disability participating in rehabilitation.We searched CENTRAL, MEDLINE, EMBASE, four other databases and three trials registers to December 2013, together with reference checking, citation searching and contact with study authors to identify additional studies. We did not impose any language or date restrictions.Randomised controlled trials

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2015 Cochrane

8. Stroke rehabilitation at home before and after discharge reduced disability and improved quality of life: A randomised controlled trial (PubMed)

Stroke rehabilitation at home before and after discharge reduced disability and improved quality of life: A randomised controlled trial To evaluate if home-based rehabilitation of inpatients improved outcome compared to standard care.Interventional, randomised, safety/efficacy open-label trial.University hospital stroke unit in collaboration with three municipalities.Seventy-one eligible stroke patients (41 women) with focal neurological deficits hospitalised in a stroke unit for more than (...) - 0.72; P=0.03). The total amount of home-based training in minutes highly correlated with mRS, Barthel, Motor Assessment Scale and EuroQol-5D™ scores (P-values ranging from P<0.00001 to P=0.01). Economical estimations of intervention costs were lower than total costs of standard treatment.Early home-based rehabilitation reduced disability and increased quality of life. Compared to standard care, home-based stroke rehabilitation was more cost-effective.© The Author(s) 2015.

2015 EvidenceUpdates Controlled trial quality: uncertain

9. Community-Based Rehabilitation for People With Disabilities in Low- and Middle-income Countries: A Systematic Review

Community-Based Rehabilitation for People With Disabilities in Low- and Middle-income Countries: A Systematic Review 404 - The Campbell Collaboration Media Centre Blog Newsletter Sign Up ARCHIE login Menu to return to the home page. What were you looking for? To report a broken link, please send an email to . Remember to include the URL (web page address) that you used, or tell us about the content you were looking for. Thank you. Useful links News and Jobs In order to provide you with the best

2015 Campbell Collaboration

10. Are behavioral interventions for arthritis effective with minorities? Addressing racial and ethnic diversity in disability and rehabilitation

Are behavioral interventions for arthritis effective with minorities? Addressing racial and ethnic diversity in disability and rehabilitation Are behavioral interventions for arthritis effective with minorities? Addressing racial and ethnic diversity in disability and rehabilitation Are behavioral interventions for arthritis effective with minorities? Addressing racial and ethnic diversity in disability and rehabilitation McIlvane JM, Baker TA, Mingo CA, Haley WE CRD summary The review (...) effective to minority groups. Funding Not stated. Bibliographic details McIlvane JM, Baker TA, Mingo CA, Haley WE. Are behavioral interventions for arthritis effective with minorities? Addressing racial and ethnic diversity in disability and rehabilitation. Arthritis and Rheumatism (Arthritis Care and Research) 2008; 59(10): 1512-1518 PubMedID DOI Original Paper URL Indexing Status Subject indexing assigned by NLM MeSH Adaptation, Psychological; Arthritis /ethnology /psychology /rehabilitation; Behavior

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