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  • Rehabilitation in Low-Resource Areas. [Review]
    Phys Med Rehabil Clin N Am 2019; 30(4):835-846Joshi M
  • Earlier rehabilitation interventions, like community-based rehabilitation (CBR), could not make a remarkable impact because they ran parallel to the health system, but the newer model establishes health-related rehabilitation as an integral part of the health care system at all levels and thus should be implemented as such. Collaborating with other players relevant to the CBR matrix, such as soci…
  • Telerehabilitation with live-feed biomedical sensor signals for patients with heart failure: a pilot study. [Journal Article]
    Cardiovasc Diagn Ther 2019; 9(4):319-327Tousignant M, Mampuya WM, … Pagé C
  • CONCLUSIONS: This study proved the feasibility of using telerehabilitation with real-time biomedical sensors as an alternative or a complement to the conventional CR program. Use of sensors allowed a safe environment for the patient and an adequate and personalized exercise prescription. Limitation in one-to-one supervision must be challenged in future clinical trials to demonstrate that telerehabilitation could be efficient for cardiac patients requiring more individual supervision than group sessions in a gymnasium.
  • Self-reported feedback in ICT-delivered aphasia rehabilitation: a literature review. [Journal Article]
    Disabil Rehabil 2019; :1-15Kearns Á, Kelly H, Pitt I
  • CONCLUSIONS: The findings indicate ICT-delivered aphasia rehabilitation is considered an acceptable mode of rehabilitation by people with aphasia who reported generally positive feedback, though variation among personal perspectives and experience is noted. There is currently no consensus measure of self-reported feedback in ICT-delivered aphasia rehabilitation. IMPLICATIONS FOR REHABILITATION ICT-delivered aphasia rehabilitation may provide an acceptable mode of rehabilitation for people with aphasia. Exploring self-reported feedback from people with aphasia engaging in ICT-delivered aphasia rehabilitation will provide insights into their experiences of this mode of rehabilitation. This information may help to guide clinicians when collaboratively planning and monitoring ICT-delivered aphasia rehabilitation. Currently there is no consensus measure of self-reported feedback for people with aphasia engaging in ICT-delivered aphasia rehabilitation.
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