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Letter to the editor concerning the article: "A prospective study to establish the minimal clinically important difference of the Mini-BESTest in individuals with stroke"
Clin Rehabil. 2021 Sep 2:2692155211040733. doi: 10.1177/02692155211040733. Online ahead of print.NO ABSTRACTPMID:34472986 | DOI:10.1177/02692155211040733
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - September 2, 2021 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Antonio Caronni Michela Picardi Source Type: research

Economic analysis of the 'Take Charge' intervention for people following stroke: Results from a randomised trial
CONCLUSION: Take Charge is cost-effective and probably cost saving.PMID:34414801 | DOI:10.1177/02692155211040727
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - August 20, 2021 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Braden Te Ao Matire Harwood Vivian Fu Mark Weatherall Kathryn McPherson William J Taylor Anna McRae Tom Thomson John Gommans Geoff Green Annemarei Ranta Carl Hanger Judith Riley Harry McNaughton Source Type: research

Construct validity of the enfranchisement scale of the community participation indicators
CONCLUSIONS: We found evidence of convergent validity between the Enfranchisement scale and measures of participation, and discriminant validity between the Enfranchisement scale and measures of disability-related impairments. The analyses also revealed the importance of the environment to enfranchisement outcomes.PMID:34414799 | DOI:10.1177/02692155211040930
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - August 20, 2021 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Jessica Kersey Lauren Terhorst Allen W Heinemann Joy Hammel Carolyn Baum Michael McCue Elizabeth R Skidmore Source Type: research

Economic analysis of the 'Take Charge' intervention for people following stroke: Results from a randomised trial
CONCLUSION: Take Charge is cost-effective and probably cost saving.PMID:34414801 | DOI:10.1177/02692155211040727
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - August 20, 2021 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Braden Te Ao Matire Harwood Vivian Fu Mark Weatherall Kathryn McPherson William J Taylor Anna McRae Tom Thomson John Gommans Geoff Green Annemarei Ranta Carl Hanger Judith Riley Harry McNaughton Source Type: research

Construct validity of the enfranchisement scale of the community participation indicators
CONCLUSIONS: We found evidence of convergent validity between the Enfranchisement scale and measures of participation, and discriminant validity between the Enfranchisement scale and measures of disability-related impairments. The analyses also revealed the importance of the environment to enfranchisement outcomes.PMID:34414799 | DOI:10.1177/02692155211040930
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - August 20, 2021 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Jessica Kersey Lauren Terhorst Allen W Heinemann Joy Hammel Carolyn Baum Michael McCue Elizabeth R Skidmore Source Type: research

Economic analysis of the 'Take Charge' intervention for people following stroke: Results from a randomised trial
CONCLUSION: Take Charge is cost-effective and probably cost saving.PMID:34414801 | DOI:10.1177/02692155211040727
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - August 20, 2021 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Braden Te Ao Matire Harwood Vivian Fu Mark Weatherall Kathryn McPherson William J Taylor Anna McRae Tom Thomson John Gommans Geoff Green Annemarei Ranta Carl Hanger Judith Riley Harry McNaughton Source Type: research

Construct validity of the enfranchisement scale of the community participation indicators
CONCLUSIONS: We found evidence of convergent validity between the Enfranchisement scale and measures of participation, and discriminant validity between the Enfranchisement scale and measures of disability-related impairments. The analyses also revealed the importance of the environment to enfranchisement outcomes.PMID:34414799 | DOI:10.1177/02692155211040930
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - August 20, 2021 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Jessica Kersey Lauren Terhorst Allen W Heinemann Joy Hammel Carolyn Baum Michael McCue Elizabeth R Skidmore Source Type: research

Economic analysis of the 'Take Charge' intervention for people following stroke: Results from a randomised trial
CONCLUSION: Take Charge is cost-effective and probably cost saving.PMID:34414801 | DOI:10.1177/02692155211040727
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - August 20, 2021 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Braden Te Ao Matire Harwood Vivian Fu Mark Weatherall Kathryn McPherson William J Taylor Anna McRae Tom Thomson John Gommans Geoff Green Annemarei Ranta Carl Hanger Judith Riley Harry McNaughton Source Type: research

Construct validity of the enfranchisement scale of the community participation indicators
CONCLUSIONS: We found evidence of convergent validity between the Enfranchisement scale and measures of participation, and discriminant validity between the Enfranchisement scale and measures of disability-related impairments. The analyses also revealed the importance of the environment to enfranchisement outcomes.PMID:34414799 | DOI:10.1177/02692155211040930
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - August 20, 2021 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Jessica Kersey Lauren Terhorst Allen W Heinemann Joy Hammel Carolyn Baum Michael McCue Elizabeth R Skidmore Source Type: research

Efficacy and safety of transcranial direct current stimulation for post-stroke spasticity: A meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials
CONCLUSIONS: Low-quality evidence demonstrates that anodal transcranial direct current stimulation as an adjunct is effective and safe in reducing upper limb post-stroke spasticity when applied for more than 20 minutes in subacute and chronic stroke survivors aged under 60. Further high-quality studies are needed to explore its long-term efficacy and safety.PMID:34387103 | DOI:10.1177/02692155211038097
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - August 13, 2021 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Jiapeng Huang Yun Qu Lini Liu Kehong Zhao Ziqi Zhao Source Type: research

Practical guidance on use of TEARS-Q to diagnose post-stroke emotionalism
CONCLUSION: TEARS-Q reliably identifies those who need no further post-stroke emotionalism assessment, those who need further assessment to clarify diagnosis, and those who almost certainly have post-stroke emotionalism and may benefit from intervention.PMID:34134538 | DOI:10.1177/02692155211024801
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - June 17, 2021 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Niall M Broomfield Robert West Mark Barber David C Gillespie Allan House Matthew Walters Source Type: research

A prospective study to establish the minimal clinically important difference of the Mini-BESTest in individuals with stroke
CONCLUSIONS: A change of 4-5 points on the Mini-BEST is required to be perceptible to clinicians and patients, and beyond measurement error. These values can be used to interpret changes in balance in stroke rehabilitation research and practice.PMID:34128411 | DOI:10.1177/02692155211025131
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - June 15, 2021 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Marla K Beauchamp Rudy Niebuhr Patricia Roche Renata Kirkwood Kathryn M Sibley Source Type: research

Dual-task walking and automaticity after Stroke: Insights from a secondary analysis and imaging sub-study of a randomised controlled trial
CONCLUSION: In individual who walk slowly it may be difficult to improve dual-task walking ability.Registration: ISRCTN50586966.PMID:34053250 | DOI:10.1177/02692155211017360
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - May 31, 2021 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Johnny Collett Melanie K Fleming Daan Meester Emad Al-Yahya Derick T Wade Andrea Dennis Piergiorgio Salvan Andrew Meaney Janet Cockburn Joanna Dawes Heidi Johansen-Berg Helen Dawes Source Type: research

Using a bimanual lever-driven wheelchair for arm movement practice early after stroke: A pilot, randomized, controlled, single-blind trial
CONCLUSIONS: Practising arm movement with a lever-driven wheelchair is a feasible method for increasing arm movement early after stroke. It enabled wheelchair mobility for a subset of patients and shows potential for improving arm motor recovery.PMID:34027703 | DOI:10.1177/02692155211014362
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - May 24, 2021 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Brendan W Smith Joan Lobo-Prat Daniel K Zondervan Christopher Lew Vicky Chan Cathy Chou Spencer Toledo David J Reinkensmeyer Susan Shaw Steven C Cramer Source Type: research

Why allied health professionals use evidence-based clinical guidelines in stroke rehabilitation: A systematic review and meta-synthesis of qualitative studies
CONCLUSIONS: Variabilities in clinical guideline use by allied health professionals are due to their clinical reasoning, contextual factors, client characteristics and enabling health systems.PMID:33906456 | DOI:10.1177/02692155211012324
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - April 28, 2021 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Dayna Halls Carolyn Murray Ben Sellar Source Type: research

Testing the psychometric properties of the Chinese version of the Neurological Fatigue Index-Stroke
CONCLUSIONS: The C-NFI-Stroke is a reliable and valid tool for clinical and research use on people who have been diagnosed with stroke for a year or more, although its factor structure differs from that of the original English version.PMID:33722084 | DOI:10.1177/02692155211001684
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - March 16, 2021 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Lily Yw Ho Claudia Ky Lai Shamay Sm Ng Source Type: research

Rehabilitation with accurate adaptability walking tasks or steady state walking: A randomized clinical trial in adults post-stroke
CONCLUSIONS: The ACC and SS interventions produced similar changes in walking function. fNIRS suggested a potential benefit of ACC training for reducing demand on prefrontal (executive) resources during walking.PMID:33722075 | DOI:10.1177/02692155211001682
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - March 16, 2021 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: David J Clark Dorian K Rose Katie A Butera Brooke Hoisington Louis DeMark Sudeshna A Chatterjee Kelly A Hawkins Dana M Otzel Jared W Skinner Evangelos A Christou Samuel S Wu Emily J Fox Source Type: research

Testing the psychometric properties of the Chinese version of the Neurological Fatigue Index-Stroke
CONCLUSIONS: The C-NFI-Stroke is a reliable and valid tool for clinical and research use on people who have been diagnosed with stroke for a year or more, although its factor structure differs from that of the original English version.PMID:33722084 | DOI:10.1177/02692155211001684
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - March 16, 2021 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Lily Yw Ho Claudia Ky Lai Shamay Sm Ng Source Type: research

Rehabilitation with accurate adaptability walking tasks or steady state walking: A randomized clinical trial in adults post-stroke
CONCLUSIONS: The ACC and SS interventions produced similar changes in walking function. fNIRS suggested a potential benefit of ACC training for reducing demand on prefrontal (executive) resources during walking.PMID:33722075 | DOI:10.1177/02692155211001682
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - March 16, 2021 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: David J Clark Dorian K Rose Katie A Butera Brooke Hoisington Louis DeMark Sudeshna A Chatterjee Kelly A Hawkins Dana M Otzel Jared W Skinner Evangelos A Christou Samuel S Wu Emily J Fox Source Type: research

Testing the psychometric properties of the Chinese version of the Neurological Fatigue Index-Stroke
CONCLUSIONS: The C-NFI-Stroke is a reliable and valid tool for clinical and research use on people who have been diagnosed with stroke for a year or more, although its factor structure differs from that of the original English version.PMID:33722084 | DOI:10.1177/02692155211001684
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - March 16, 2021 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Lily Yw Ho Claudia Ky Lai Shamay Sm Ng Source Type: research

Rehabilitation with accurate adaptability walking tasks or steady state walking: A randomized clinical trial in adults post-stroke
CONCLUSIONS: The ACC and SS interventions produced similar changes in walking function. fNIRS suggested a potential benefit of ACC training for reducing demand on prefrontal (executive) resources during walking.PMID:33722075 | DOI:10.1177/02692155211001682
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - March 16, 2021 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: David J Clark Dorian K Rose Katie A Butera Brooke Hoisington Louis DeMark Sudeshna A Chatterjee Kelly A Hawkins Dana M Otzel Jared W Skinner Evangelos A Christou Samuel S Wu Emily J Fox Source Type: research

Testing the psychometric properties of the Chinese version of the Neurological Fatigue Index-Stroke
CONCLUSIONS: The C-NFI-Stroke is a reliable and valid tool for clinical and research use on people who have been diagnosed with stroke for a year or more, although its factor structure differs from that of the original English version.PMID:33722084 | DOI:10.1177/02692155211001684
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - March 16, 2021 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Lily Yw Ho Claudia Ky Lai Shamay Sm Ng Source Type: research

Rehabilitation with accurate adaptability walking tasks or steady state walking: A randomized clinical trial in adults post-stroke
CONCLUSIONS: The ACC and SS interventions produced similar changes in walking function. fNIRS suggested a potential benefit of ACC training for reducing demand on prefrontal (executive) resources during walking.PMID:33722075 | DOI:10.1177/02692155211001682
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - March 16, 2021 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: David J Clark Dorian K Rose Katie A Butera Brooke Hoisington Louis DeMark Sudeshna A Chatterjee Kelly A Hawkins Dana M Otzel Jared W Skinner Evangelos A Christou Samuel S Wu Emily J Fox Source Type: research

Testing the psychometric properties of the Chinese version of the Neurological Fatigue Index-Stroke
CONCLUSIONS: The C-NFI-Stroke is a reliable and valid tool for clinical and research use on people who have been diagnosed with stroke for a year or more, although its factor structure differs from that of the original English version.PMID:33722084 | DOI:10.1177/02692155211001684
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - March 16, 2021 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Lily Yw Ho Claudia Ky Lai Shamay Sm Ng Source Type: research

Rehabilitation with accurate adaptability walking tasks or steady state walking: A randomized clinical trial in adults post-stroke
CONCLUSIONS: The ACC and SS interventions produced similar changes in walking function. fNIRS suggested a potential benefit of ACC training for reducing demand on prefrontal (executive) resources during walking.PMID:33722075 | DOI:10.1177/02692155211001682
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - March 16, 2021 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: David J Clark Dorian K Rose Katie A Butera Brooke Hoisington Louis DeMark Sudeshna A Chatterjee Kelly A Hawkins Dana M Otzel Jared W Skinner Evangelos A Christou Samuel S Wu Emily J Fox Source Type: research

'Somebody stuck me in a bag of sand': Lived experiences of the altered and uncomfortable body after stroke
CONCLUSION: Indications are that altered body perceptions cause multifaceted physical and psychosocial discomfort for stroke survivors. Discussions with patients about their personal perceptions and experiences of the body may facilitate better understanding and management to improve comfort after stroke.PMID:33706575 | DOI:10.1177/02692155211000740
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - March 12, 2021 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Hannah Stott Mary Cramp Stuart McClean Ailie Turton Source Type: research

Effects of repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) on aphasia in stroke patients: A systematic review and meta-analysis
CONCLUSIONS: rTMS may be relatively effective and safe for aphasia patients after stroke. However, these findings should be treated with caution due to high heterogeneity and potential biases.PMID:33706572 | DOI:10.1177/0269215521999554
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - March 12, 2021 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Jun Zhang Dongling Zhong Xili Xiao Li Yuan Yuxi Li Yaling Zheng Juan Li Tianyu Liu Rongjiang Jin Source Type: research

'Somebody stuck me in a bag of sand': Lived experiences of the altered and uncomfortable body after stroke
CONCLUSION: Indications are that altered body perceptions cause multifaceted physical and psychosocial discomfort for stroke survivors. Discussions with patients about their personal perceptions and experiences of the body may facilitate better understanding and management to improve comfort after stroke.PMID:33706575 | DOI:10.1177/02692155211000740
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - March 12, 2021 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Hannah Stott Mary Cramp Stuart McClean Ailie Turton Source Type: research

Effects of repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) on aphasia in stroke patients: A systematic review and meta-analysis
CONCLUSIONS: rTMS may be relatively effective and safe for aphasia patients after stroke. However, these findings should be treated with caution due to high heterogeneity and potential biases.PMID:33706572 | DOI:10.1177/0269215521999554
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - March 12, 2021 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Jun Zhang Dongling Zhong Xili Xiao Li Yuan Yuxi Li Yaling Zheng Juan Li Tianyu Liu Rongjiang Jin Source Type: research

'Somebody stuck me in a bag of sand': Lived experiences of the altered and uncomfortable body after stroke
CONCLUSION: Indications are that altered body perceptions cause multifaceted physical and psychosocial discomfort for stroke survivors. Discussions with patients about their personal perceptions and experiences of the body may facilitate better understanding and management to improve comfort after stroke.PMID:33706575 | DOI:10.1177/02692155211000740
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - March 12, 2021 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Hannah Stott Mary Cramp Stuart McClean Ailie Turton Source Type: research

Effects of repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) on aphasia in stroke patients: A systematic review and meta-analysis
CONCLUSIONS: rTMS may be relatively effective and safe for aphasia patients after stroke. However, these findings should be treated with caution due to high heterogeneity and potential biases.PMID:33706572 | DOI:10.1177/0269215521999554
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - March 12, 2021 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Jun Zhang Dongling Zhong Xili Xiao Li Yuan Yuxi Li Yaling Zheng Juan Li Tianyu Liu Rongjiang Jin Source Type: research