Canadian stroke best practice recommendations: Stroke rehabilitation practice guidelines, update 2015

Citation: Hebert, D., Lindsay, M., McIntyre, A., Kirton, A., Rumney, P., Bagg, S., Bayley, M., Dowlatshahi, D., Dukelow, S., Garnhum, M., Glasser, E., Halabi, M., Kang, E., MacKay-Lyons, M., Martino, R., Rochette, A., Rowe, S., Salbach, N., Semenko, B., Stack, B., Swinton, L., Weber, V., Mayer, M., Verrilli, S., DeVeber, G., Andersen, J., Barlow, K., Cassidy, C., Dilenge, M., Fehlings, D., Hung, R., Iruthayarajah, J., Lenz, L., Majnemer, A., Purtzki, J., Rafay, M., Sonnenberg, L., Townley, A., Jansen, Sh., Foley, N., & Teasell, R. (2016). Canadian stroke best practice recommendations: Stroke rehabilitation practice guidelines, update 2015. International Journal of Stroke, 11(4), 459-484. Link to publisher’s article.

Mobility, satisfaction with functional capacity and perceived quality of life (PQOL) in older persons with self-reported visual impairment: The pathway between ability to get around and PQOL

Citation: Yeung, P., Towers, A., La Grow, S., Philipp, M., Alpass, F. & Stephens, C. (2015). Mobility, satisfaction with functional capacity and perceived quality of life (PQOL) in older persons with self-reported visual impairment: The pathway between ability to get around and PQOL. Disability and Rehabilitation, 37(2), 113-120. Link to publisher’s article.