2 edition of Rehabilitation adherence found in the catalog.
Mary Ann Domm
Written in English
|Statement||by Mary Ann Domm.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 59 [i.e. 58] leaves :|
|Number of Pages||59|
Santi, G. & Pietrantoni, L. () Psychology of sport injury rehabilitation: a review of models and interventions. J. Hum. Sport Exerc., 8(4), pp. The aim of this review is to provide the state of the art about the psychology of sport injury rehabilitation by analyzing the most recent literature andFile Size: KB. This chapter will review the rationale for and the need for pulmonary rehabilitation in patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD). Its clinical effectiveness will be considered, including the evidence supporting a role for rehabilitation in improving exercise tolerance in COPD as measured. While the influence of pulmonary rehabilitation on dyspnoea, exercise Author: Michelle Casey, Amy Mulkerns, Cliona O’Donnell, TimMcDonnell.
Patients with cardiac diseases can achieve the greatest benefit from cardiac rehabilitation through modification of their unhealthy behaviors. This study aimed to develop and examine the psychometric properties of the Cardiac Rehabilitation Adherence Tool (CRAT), which was designed to assess patients’ adherence to cardiac : Behzad Hamedani, Hooman Shahsavari, Sara Amaniyan, Christina Sieloff, Mojtaba Vaismoradi. Free Online Library: Influences of psychological factors and rehabilitation adherence on the outcome post anterior cruciate ligament injury/surgical reconstruction.(ML Roberts Prize Winner) by "New Zealand Journal of Physiotherapy"; Health, general Anterior cruciate ligament Care and treatment Research Patient compliance Physical therapy .
Welcome to our new series on cochlear implant rehabilitation for adults. It’s all about helping you achieve your best with your cochlear implant, from what you can expect, to activities you can practice at home. We will also share handy tips and resources to . Pulmonary rehabilitation (PR) is a comprehensive intervention in chronic lung diseases, including personalized special therapies, exercise training, education and behavioral changes to improve the physical and psychological status of the patients, and aims to promote behavior that helps improve health status in the long term. A personalized PR program administered by a .
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The book clearly communicates the adherence formula, and is packed with valuable insights, potential traps, and a starting-point adherence assessment Rehabilitation adherence book making the journey. Consistent with Lee's principles, the book is written concise for simplicity to understand and ease of implementation and execution/5(12).
This book is organized by behaviors-looking at topics that range from dietary adherence and smoking cessation to chronic pain, HIV and substance abuse-and examines the. Existing theoretical frameworks (for more details, see Chapter 3) and empirical evidence are in agreement that rehabilitation adherence is an essential component for successful sport injury rehabilitation (Arnheim and Prentice, ; Bassett, ; Bassett and Prapavessis, ; Fisher, Mullins and Frye, ; Flint, ; Kolt, Brewer, Pizzari, Schoo and Garrett, Cited by: 4.
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Shoulder Arthroplasty 9. Rehabilitation adherence book She is the author of numerous articles, book chapters, in addition to authoring the four previous editions of Medical and Psychosocial Aspects of Chronic Illness and Disability and authoring the book entitled, Effective Patient Education: A Guide to Increased Adherence, currently in.
Rehabilitation adherence is accepted as a critical component for attaining optimal outcomes. Poor adherence is recognized as a problem in the athletic training setting. AACVPR has three published books available for purchase through our publisher, Human Kinetics. They can be purchased by clicking the links below or by calling 1 () Guidelines for Cardiac Rehabilitation and Secondary Prevention Programs, 6th Edition The 6th Edition of AACVPR's Guidelines for Cardiac Rehabilitation book is now available!.
AACVPR. Background Adherence is an important factor contributing to the effectiveness of exercise-based rehabilitation. However, there appears to be a lack of reliable, validated measures to assess self-reported adherence to prescribed but unsupervised home-based rehabilitation exercises.
Objectives A systematic review was conducted to establish what Cited by: types of patients’ motivation and adherence to recommended treatment. For example, little is known about orthopedic sur-gery patients’ motivation and adherence to rehabilitation pro-grams prescribed by their health professionals.
Based on the. Rehabilitation adherence (R ) was predicted positively by autonomous motivation (β, PCited by: CARF International is an independent, nonprofit accreditor of health and human services. CARF accreditation focuses on quality, results.
Providers that meet our standards have demonstrated their commitment to being among the best available. Background. Pulmonary rehabilitation (PR) is a well-documented component in the management of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) .The main goal of PR is to improve the patient’s overall condition, both physically and psychologically, and to promote long-term adherence of health-enhancing behaviour .PR has proven effective in reducing Cited by: Acute myocardial infarction (AMI) is an important health problem.
Cardiac rehabilitation (CR) programs following AMI have shown to be effective in reducing mortality. We aim to systematically review the existing literature that analyzes the factors that affect participation and adherence to cardiac rehabilitation by: Adherence: 1.
at each physio appointment: Sport Injury Rehabilitation Adherence Scale (SIRAS); 2. since their last appointment: self-report of home exercise on a scale of 1 (none) to 10 (all) Uni/bivariate: Social support: r=, p Cited by: 9.
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Abstract. Contemporary sports medicine literature has begun to address more centrally the idea that treatment adherence is a complex issue.
Not only must certified athletic trainers (ATCs) possess knowledge about injuries and subsequent rehabilitation protocols, they also must be able to deliver essential services in a manner that predisposes treatment by: Cardiac Rehabilitation A Report of the American College of Cardiology/American Heart Association Task Force on Performance Measures QM-2 CR Adherence ($36 sessions) Outpatient Facility or Provider Level Effective Clinical Care QM-3 CR Communication: Patient Enrollment, Adherence, and Clinical Outcomes Outpatient Facility or Provider Level Cited by: A general definition of adherence to rehabilitation might be the degree to which a patient or subject ‘sticks’ to their rehabilitation program (Brewer, a).
Rehabilitation, however, is a voluminous construct, encompassing numerous behaviours that can be performed in a number of settings (e.g. clinic or home based) (Brewer, ). Adherence is a documented problem in collegiate athletics.
The patient–clinician relationship is an important component of how one will receive the idea of rehabilitation and adhere to the prescribed treatment : Natalie L.
Myers, Gilson J. Capilouto. African Journal of Disability. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair. Journal of Special Education. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. European Journal of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine.
This new book summarizes the adherence literature for a number of specific health behaviors and populations. Medical books Patient Treatment Adherence.
It provides a comprehensive source on the conceptualization, interventions, and measurement of treatment adherence and a synthesis of the research across demographic and chronic diseases. Many studies have shown that low adherence is a common problem in treatment programmes.
Adherence to sports injury rehabilitation is dependent on the personality characteristics of athletes operating in conjunction with particular aspects of their rehabilitation settings and the quality of interactions developed between athletes and their by: An athlete’s adherence to rehabilitation could, according to this theory, be influenced by the chances of the injury reoccurring or worsening and its effect on long-term participation in the sport, self-efficacy in performance of prescribed rehabilitation treatment, strong belief in treatment efficacy, and high value attachment to rehabilitation.