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Preliminary examination of Coaching in Context with clients with spinal cord injury

Caitlin Cadematori, Bernadette Alpajora, Taylor Sivori, Samantha Betz, Nicole Gerhardt, Winnie Dunn, M. J. Mulcahey
2021 Spinal Cord Series and Cases  
This study examined Coaching in Context when introduced to community-dwelling adults with spinal cord injury (SCI). Urban community.  ...  The ability to implement and evaluate Coaching in Context with three adults with SCI was demonstrated. Improvement in goals established for coaching was also documented.  ...  The study was funded by Thomas Jefferson College of Rehabilitation Sciences, Center for Outcomes and Measurement, Philadelphia, PA.  ... 
doi:10.1038/s41394-021-00391-9 pmid:33850100 pmcid:PMC8042629 fatcat:27hzy5mo6vd5fmma237mqgbmw4

SCI peer health coach influence on self-management with peers: a qualitative analysis

S E Skeels, D Pernigotti, B V Houlihan, T Belliveau, M Brody, J Zazula, S Hasiotis, S Seetharama, D Rosenblum, A Jette
2017 Spinal Cord  
Objectives: To describe the roles fulfilled by peer health coaches (PHCs) with spinal cord injury (SCI) during a randomized controlled trial research study called 'My Care My Call', a novel telephone-based  ...  , peer-led self-management intervention for adults with chronic SCI 1+ years after injury.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Content was made possible with support from: The National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research Grant nos.  ... 
doi:10.1038/sc.2017.104 pmid:28994415 fatcat:scb2zdsxozcvpofzwe7lqkfatu

sj-pdf-1-jtt-10.1177_1357633X20940868 - Supplemental material for Telehealth in trauma: A scoping review

Elizabeth Wake, Heidi Atkins, Ashley Willock, Angela Hawkes, Jessica Dawber, Kelly A Weir
2020 Figshare  
Supplemental material, sj-pdf-1-jtt-10.1177_1357633X20940868 for Telehealth in trauma: A scoping review by Elizabeth Wake, Heidi Atkins, Ashley Willock, Angela Hawkes, Jessica Dawber and in Journal of  ...  The Pain Course: exploring the feasbility of an internet-delivered pain management programme for adults with spinal cord injury. Spinal Cord. 2018.  ...  Problem-solving training via videoconference for family caregivers of persons with spinal cord injuries: a randomized controlled trial.  ... 
doi:10.25384/sage.12727921.v1 fatcat:54kc6mfxlvfh5d5s4j4fdqyvcq

Rehabilitation: mobility, exercise & sports; a critical position stand on current and future research perspectives

Lucas H V van der Woude, Han J P Houdijk, Thomas W J Janssen, Bregje Seves, Reslin Schelhaas, Corien Plaggenmarsch, Noor L J Mouton, Rienk Dekker, Helco van Keeken, Sonja de Groot, Riemer J K Vegter
2020 Disability and Rehabilitation  
The take-home message of the RehabMove2018 Congress is a plea for continued multidisciplinary research in the fields of rehabilitation and adapted sports.  ...  With this, we anticipate to support the development of rehabilitation sciences and technology and to stimulate the use of rehabilitation notions in general health care.  ...  A biomechanics summary of the physical stress (PO(W)), strain and work capacity (POaer (W)) for a virtual handrim-wheelchair user force (F) with a spinal cord injury who is negotiating a 16% ramp: he/she  ... 
doi:10.1080/09638288.2020.1806365 pmid:32805152 fatcat:u3wwnpk4yzcellgjqmtrxionhe

Quantification of Activity During Wheelchair Basketball and Rugby at the National Veterans Wheelchair Games: A Pilot Study

Michelle L. Sporner, Garrett G. Grindle, Annmarie Kelleher, Emily E. Teodorski, Rosemarie Cooper, Rory A. Cooper
2009 Prosthetics and orthotics international  
an unparalleled expansion of specialized services for the most traumatic and complicated injuries of the brain or spinal cord, as well as for strokes.  ...  This tool could be beneficial in a spinal cord injury rehabilitation facility by providing clinical staff with valuable information on how well their patient is performing a transfer and which areas of  ... 
doi:10.1080/03093640903051816 pmid:19658011 fatcat:dlwdu4esljcpfnb4kxvnqtk4uu

A scoping review of peer-led interventions following spinal cord injury

Linda Barclay, Gillean Mary Hilton
2019 Spinal Cord  
A small number of studies were eligible for review, although increasingly with rigorous designs.  ...  The objective of this study is to report on the extent, range and nature of the research evaluating peer-led interventions following spinal cord injury, and to categorize and report information according  ...  Acknowledgements We acknowledge the Transport Accident Commission for their support in conducting the scoping review.  ... 
doi:10.1038/s41393-019-0297-x pmid:31123333 fatcat:x4mg4jqfnnat3boberggokw7im

Protocol for the development and pilot evaluation of a smartphone-delivered peer physical activity counselling program for individuals with spinal cord injury. (Preprint)

Krista L Best, Francois Routhier, Shane N Sweet, Emilie Lacroix, Kelly P Arbour-Nicitopoulos, Jaimie F Borisoff
2018 JMIR Research Protocols  
Leisure-time physical activity (LTPA) is a critical component of a healthy lifestyle for individuals with spinal cord injury (SCI).  ...  The goal of the paper is to describe the protocol for the development and evaluation of the ALLWheel program for individuals with SCI who use manual wheelchairs.  ...  Sophie Bourassa for their help in preparing the protocol and the final manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.2196/10798 pmid:30901001 pmcid:PMC6450480 fatcat:6dm3zibllrdljdhyk5pi5enuri

Reactive Oxygen Species and Pressure Ulcer Formation after Traumatic Injury to Spinal Cord and Brain

Suneel Kumar, Thomas Theis, Monica Tschang, Vini Nagaraj, Francois Berthiaume
2021 Antioxidants  
Due to the loss of motor (immobility) and sensory function (lack of sensation), spinal cord injury (SCI) and brain injury (TBI) patients may be bed-ridden and immobile for a very long-time.  ...  Traumatic injuries to the nervous system, including the brain and spinal cord, lead to neurological dysfunction depending upon the severity of the injury.  ...  NP NP NCT02876666 (2017-2017) Spinal cord injury virtual coach RCT (NA) 40/NP Completed SCI SCI virtual coach interaction Once-daily for 2 months USA Boston University NP NP NCT01834417  ... 
doi:10.3390/antiox10071013 fatcat:jncnhfbuy5g3nbr4z4olhnhxqq

Editorial: Digital Technology in Neurology: From Clinical Assessment to Neurorehabilitation

Marcello Moccia, Francesco Brigo, Sabina Brennan, Simona Bonavita
2021 Frontiers in Neurology  
models, with increased possibilities of customized care.  ...  In line with this, the systematic review by Matamala-Gomez et al. has highlighted an increasing interest in creating new telerehabilitation protocols for enhancing patients' engagement by promoting self-awareness  ...  impaired vibration sensation caused by central nervous system injury (stroke or spinal cord injury) (Gao et al.) .  ... 
doi:10.3389/fneur.2020.614074 pmid:33551971 pmcid:PMC7858643 fatcat:tjb35j2p4rc2hj6o4vnendytm4

Treinamento de habilidades com cadeiras de rodas manuais: uma revisão integrativa da literatura

Camila Caminha Caro, Daniel Marinho Cezar da Cruz
2020 Cadernos Brasileiros de Terapia Ocupacional  
This protocol has also proved to be effective in individual and group approaches, in contexts of specialized rehabilitation and community services, with a diversified public and a variable training time  ...  It is concluded that WSTP has been shown to be a strategy with high levels of evidence on wheelchair skills training, and further research is needed to evaluate the effectiveness of this practice in aspects  ...  The study was conducted in four model centers for individuals with spinal cord injury, and two training rounds were performed in each place, with 12 to 20 participants each.  ... 
doi:10.4322/2526-8910.ctoar1863 fatcat:liziqcfzdvg6zcclztkwb6gj7a

A comparative examination of models of service delivery intended to support community integration in the immediate period following inpatient rehabilitation for spinal cord injury

Linda Barclay, Aislinn Lalor, Christine Migliorini, Lauren Robins
2019 Spinal Cord  
Telehealth has the potential to assist in self-management, particularly for patients who live a long distance from the spinal unit or are confined to the home for health reasons, and could be further developed  ...  Spinal services from multiple international countries METHODS: Semi-structured interviews were completed with 12 participants from a convenience sample of ten spinal services from developed economies.  ...  Compliance with ethical standards Conflict of interest The authors declare that they have no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.1038/s41393-019-0394-x pmid:31827256 fatcat:7sqt5tdk6fdmzjyni4q66bvk2q

Architecture and Applications of Virtual Coaches

Daniel Siewiorek, Asim Smailagic, Anind Dey
2012 Proceedings of the IEEE  
A care provider could upload new capabilities to the virtual coach, as required, potentially without even an office visit.  ...  Desirable Attributes of Virtual Coaches as Cognitive Aids One important application domain for virtual coaches is in assisting individuals whose own cognitive capabilities have been impaired due to natural  ...  Power Wheel Chair Seating Virtual Coach -A Rule Based Smart Reminder for Power Seat Function Usage Patients with spinal cord injuries have lost feeling in the lower parts of their body.  ... 
doi:10.1109/jproc.2012.2200560 fatcat:4whdpa2s4batlaxmopyct6kmiy

Differential Impact and Use of a Telehealth Intervention by Persons with MS or SCI

Hannah W. Mercier, Pensheng Ni, Bethlyn V. Houlihan, Alan M. Jette
2015 American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation  
of multiple sclerosis (MS) or spinal cord injury (SCI).  ...  Conclusion: An interactive telephone intervention was effective in reducing depression in adult wheelchair users with either MS or SCI, and in increasing health care access and physical independence for  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors thank Brant Oliver for sharing his expertise and input regarding MS.  ... 
doi:10.1097/phm.0000000000000291 pmid:25888652 fatcat:jkbg7wkqqvarjhnzbdfeeu3uzm

Secondary health conditions and spinal cord injury: an uphill battle in the journey of care

Sara J. T. Guilcher, B. Cathy Craven, Louise Lemieux-Charles, Tiziana Casciaro, Mary Ann McColl, Susan B. Jaglal
2012 Disability and Rehabilitation  
Purpose: To understand the journey of care in the prevention and management of secondary health conditions (SHCs) following spinal cord injury (SCI).  ...  Conclusions: Findings suggest that the journey is challenging and a persistent uphill struggle for persons with SCI, care providers, and community-based advocates.  ...  Advances RESEARCH PAPER Secondary health conditions and spinal cord injury: an uphill battle in the journey of care • Secondary health conditions are problematic for individuals with a spinal cord injury  ... 
doi:10.3109/09638288.2012.721048 pmid:23020250 pmcid:PMC3665227 fatcat:ozi2etqldrdwznche35y4rtzci

How Can We Improve Current Practice in Spastic Paresis?

Klemens Fheodoroff, Jorge Jacinto, Alexander Geurts, Franco Molteni, Jorge Hernández Franco, Tharaga Santiago, Raymond Rosales, Jean-Michel Gracies
2016 European Neurological Review  
Spastic paresis can arise from a variety of conditions, including stroke, spinal cord injury, multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy, traumatic brain injury and hereditary spastic paraplegia.  ...  This paper – based on the content of a global spasticity interdisciplinary masterclass presented by the authors for healthcare practitioners working in the field of spastic paresis – proposes a multidisciplinary  ...  Spastic paresis may be caused by a variety of conditions, including stroke, spinal cord injury, multiple sclerosis, retroviral and other infectious spinal cord disorders, cerebral palsy, traumatic brain  ... 
doi:10.17925/enr.2016.11.02.79 fatcat:xltljdsbpbgtnddqdcfrcjejbe
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