Assessment Tools and Outcome Measures:. Evidence-based Pearls for Rehabilitation Practice. William Poluha & Emily Etcheverry University of Manitoba Canadian Health Libraries Association/ Association des bibliothèques de la santé du Canada Conference 2006 Vancouver, BC May 15, 2006.
Evidence-based Pearls for Rehabilitation Practice
William Poluha & Emily Etcheverry
University of Manitoba
Canadian Health Libraries Association/
Association des bibliothèques de la santé du Canada
May 15, 2006
Barthel Index online
Assessment Tool Collection Needed
(Kay, Myers & Huijbregts, 2001; Pollock et al., 2000; von Zweck, 1999)
Could really use an assessment tool collection!
We’re getting that assessment tool collection!
Outside use for SMR faculty / students only:
Toolkit Survey (preliminary)
Finch, E., Brooks, D., Stratford, P.W. & Mayo, N. (2002). Physical rehabilitation outcome measures: A guide to enhanced clinical decision making (2nd ed.). Hamilton, Ontario: BC Decker.
Kay, T.M., Myers, A.M., & Huijbregts, M.P.J. (2001). How far have we come since 1992? A comparative survey of physiotherapists’ use of outcome measures. Physiotherapy Canada, 54(4), 268-75, 281.
Law, M.C., Baum, C.M. & Dunn, W. (2005). Measuring Occupational Performance: Supporting best practice in occupational therapy (2nd ed.). Thorofare, NJ: Slack.
Pollock, A.S., Legg, L., Langhorne, P. & Sellars, C. (2000). Barriers to achieving evidence-based stroke rehabilitation. Clinical Rehabilitation, 14(6), 611-617.
Unsworth, C. (2000). Measuring the outcome of occupational therapy: Tools and resources. Australian Occupational Therapy Journal, 47(4), 147-158.
von Zweck, C. (1999). The promotion of evidence-based occupational therapy practice in Canada. Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy, 66(5), 208-213.