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1965 37
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1988 100
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1990 179
1991 231
1992 398
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1998 255
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Micro-inequities in Medicine
Silver JK, et al. PM R 2018. PMID 30366648
The Transformation of the Rehabilitation Paradigm Across the Continuum of Care.
Watanabe TK, et al. PM R 2018 - Review. PMID 30269811
Although the acute hospital stay is shortening, physiatrists can play a key role in preparing patients for rehabilitation, minimizing longer-term complications and helping to determine the most appropriate paths for further treatment. ...Outpatient care is also changing, in part due to the availability of new rehabilitation interventions as highlighted in other sections of the supplement. ...
Although the acute hospital stay is shortening, physiatrists can play a key role in preparing patients for rehabilitation, minimizing …
The Intersection of Rehabilitation and Palliative Care: Patients With Advanced Cancer in the Inpatient Rehabilitation Setting.
Padgett LS, et al. Rehabil Nurs 2018. PMID 29957699
CONCLUSION: The evidence supports implementation of a distinct body of skills and knowledge, referred to as "palliative rehabilitation," among inpatient rehabilitation providers. CLINICAL IMPLICATIONS: Implementing palliative rehabilitation skills can improve the quality of care within the inpatient rehabilitation setting for patients with advanced cancer....
CONCLUSION: The evidence supports implementation of a distinct body of skills and knowledge, referred to as "palliative rehabilitation
[The development of the rehabilitation medicine concept in Israel (1948-1974)].
Paran G, et al. Harefuah 2015. PMID 26380466 Hebrew.
The field of physical medicine and rehabilitation in Israel was developed in different ways. Some services were developed as a part of comprehensive rehabilitation centers like the Loewenstein Hospital and others were developed as a part of specific disciplines, like the Polio-Rehabilitation Center at Assaf Harofeh hospital. ...This essay will focus, in a chronological manner, on the development of the medical rehabilitation fields, that took place in the two leading rehabilitation centers in Israel, the Loewenstein Hospital and at Tel Hashomer. ...
The field of physical medicine and rehabilitation in Israel was developed in different ways. Some services were developed as a part o …
Organization of rehabilitation services.
Graham LA. Handb Clin Neurol 2013 - Review. PMID 23312635
This chapter describes the background to current service set-ups and provision, exploring models of rehabilitation delivery and common presentations in neurological rehabilitation. ...The text provides an overview of different aspects of rehabilitation services including acute and inpatient provision, outpatient services, community-based rehabilitation, residential facilities, and vocational services....
This chapter describes the background to current service set-ups and provision, exploring models of rehabilitation delivery and commo …
Justifying Rehabilitation Intensity Through Functional Performance Measures in Postacute Care.
Kroll C and Fisher T. Am J Occup Ther 2018. PMID 29280708
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has scrutinized the provision of rehabilitation services in skilled nursing facilities (SNFs) for some time. Little research guidance exists on appropriate dosage or rehabilitation intensity (RI) among SNF patients or patients in other postacute care (PAC) settings. ...
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has scrutinized the provision of rehabilitation services in skilled nursi …
Using RFID Positioning Technology to Construct an Automatic Rehabilitation Scheduling Mechanism.
Wang CS, et al. J Med Syst 2016. PMID 26573641
There are few published models or methods to solve the problem of positioning and apply this technology in the rehabilitation center. ...It is designed to provide assistance for monitoring rehabilitation patients. It can simultaneously calculate the rehabilitant's location and the duration of treatment, and automatically record the rehabilitation course of the rehabilitant, so as to improve the management efficiency of the rehabilitation program....
There are few published models or methods to solve the problem of positioning and apply this technology in the rehabilitation center. …
Collaboration Between Cancer Survivorship and Rehabilitation Programs With Head and Neck Patients.
Kirschner M and Sherlock J. Rehabil Nurs 2018. PMID 29957698
PURPOSE: The purpose of this article is to present an example of collaboration between a cancer survivorship and cancer rehabilitation program at an academic-affiliated hospital. ...CONCLUSION: The survivorship visit is an opportunity to identify treatment-related effects amenable to rehabilitation and to refer head and neck cancer survivors to physical therapy for further evaluation and treatment. ...
PURPOSE: The purpose of this article is to present an example of collaboration between a cancer survivorship and cancer rehabilitation
Rehabilitation and convalescent hospital stay in New South Wales: an analysis of 3,979 women aged 75.
Chojenta C, et al. Aust N Z J Public Health 2018. PMID 29165860
RESULTS: Of the 3,979 participants, 88% had a hospitalisation in the 13-year observation period, and 37% had either a rehabilitation or convalescence admission in an acute hospital setting. In the multivariate model, living in a regional or remote area was the only variable positively associated with having a rehabilitation or convalescence hospitalisation (AOR=1.58 [1.33, 1.87]). ...
RESULTS: Of the 3,979 participants, 88% had a hospitalisation in the 13-year observation period, and 37% had either a rehabilitation
Ripple effect
Miller ET. Rehabil Nurs 2014. PMID 25044214
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