A Glimpse of NIDRR Research in the APMR

The Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (APMR) is the most highly cited journal in the field of rehabilitation and one of the best venues for NIDRR grantees. It’s a staple in our journal portfolio. In 2014, grantees published at least one article in all but one issue. Thank you to the editors at APMR for assembling this snap-shot for us. Each link takes you to an abstract of the article. If you’re affiliated with a university or hospital library, check with them to access the full text. You can also order them from us through our document delivery service. Just note the NARIC accession number included here and give us a call!

January 2014 issue

Impact of a Wheelchair Education Protocol Based on Practice Guidelines for Preservation of Upper-Limb Function: A Randomized Trial. NARIC Accession Number J67772


Development and Use of a Knowledge Translation Tool: The Rehabilitation Measures Database. NARIC Accession Number J67791


January 2014 Supplement

Rehabilitation Treatment Taxonomy: Establishing Common Ground. NARIC Accession Number J67516


Treatment Taxonomy for Rehabilitation: Past, Present, and Prospects. NARIC Accession Number J67517


Contributions of Treatment Theory and Enablement Theory to Rehabilitation Research and Practice. NARIC Accession Number J67518


Toward a Theory-Driven Classification of Rehabilitation Treatments. NARIC Accession Number J67520


Rehabilitation Treatment Taxonomy: Implications and Continuations. NARIC Accession Number J67521


Describing What We Do: A Qualitative Study of Clinicians’ Perspectives on Classifying Rehabilitation Interventions. NARIC Accession Number J67522


Opening the Black Box: Lessons Learned From an Interdisciplinary Inquiry Into the Learning-Based Contents of Brain Injury Rehabilitation. NARIC Accession Number J67523


What Would Darwin Say? A Historical Perspective on the Next Steps in Developing a Rehabilitation Classification System. NARIC Accession Number J67525


February 2014 issue

Comparison of Discharge Functional Status After Rehabilitation in Skilled Nursing, Home Health, and Medical Rehabilitation Settings for Patients After Hip Fracture Repair. NARIC Accession Number J68254


Suicide Mortality After Spinal Cord Injury in the United States: Injury Cohorts Analysis. NARIC Accession Number J68257


March 2014 issue

Symptoms of Depression Over Time in Adults With Pediatric-Onset Spinal Cord Injury. NARIC Accession Number J68478


Evaluating a Spinal Cord Injury–Specific Model of Depression and Quality of Life. NARIC Accession Number J68479


April 2014 issue

Differences Between Manufacturers in Reported Power Wheelchair Repairs and Adverse Consequences Among People with Spinal Cord Injury. NARIC Accession Number J68561


Predictors of Follow-Up Completeness in Longitudinal Research on Traumatic Brain Injury: Findings From the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research Traumatic Brain Injury Model Systems Program. NARIC Accession Number J68567


Self-Scoring Templates for Motor and Cognitive Subscales of the FIM Instrument for Persons With Spinal Cord Injury. NARIC Accession Number J68573


Rasch Analysis of the Community Integration Measure in Persons with Traumatic Brain Injury. NARIC Accession Number J68581


May 2014 issue

Feasibility of Computerized Adaptive Testing for Collection of Patient-Reported Outcomes After Inpatient Rehabilitation. NARIC Accession Number J68912


The Mediating Role of the Environment in Explaining Participation of Children and Youth With and Without Disabilities Across Home, School, and Community. NARIC Accession Number J68915


June 2014 issue

Additive Effect of Age on Disability for Individuals with Spinal Cord Injuries. NARIC Accession Number J69083


Comorbidity of Pain and Depression Among Persons with Traumatic Brain Injury. NARIC Accession Number J69086


Predictors of Participation Enfranchisement After Spinal Cord Injury: The Mediating Role of Depression and Moderating Role of Demographic and Injury Characteristics. NARIC Accession Number J69087


Prognostic Importance of Self-Reported Traits/Problems/Strengths and Environmental Barriers/Facilitators for Predicting Participation Outcomes in Persons with Traumatic Brain Injury: A Systematic Review. NARIC Accession Number J69094


July 2014 issue

Measurement Properties of the Spinal Cord Injury-Functional Index (SCI-FI) Short Forms. NARIC Accession Number J69146


Improved Physical Fitness Correlates with Improved Cognition in Multiple Sclerosis. NARIC Accession Number J69149


Cognition in Patients with Burn Injury in the Inpatient Rehabilitation Population. NARIC Accession Number J69150


Effects of Wheelchair Cushions and Pressure Relief Maneuvers on Ischial Interface Pressure and Blood Flow in People with Spinal Cord Injury. NARIC Accession Number J69151


August 2014 issue

Clinical Application of a Robotic Ankle Training Program for Cerebral Palsy Compared to the Research Laboratory Application: Does It Translate to Practice? NARIC Accession Number J69410


Carryover Effects of Cyclical Stretching of the Digits on Hand Function in Stroke Survivors. NARIC Accession Number J69427


September 2014 issue

Conceptualizing the Construct of Participation in Adults with Disabilities. NARIC Accession Number J69598


November 2014 issue

Tracking Functional Status Across the Spinal Cord Injury Lifespan: Linking Pediatric and Adult Patient-Reported Outcome Scores. NARIC Accession Number J70063


Role of Character Strengths in Outcome After Mild Complicated to Severe Traumatic Brain Injury: A Positive Psychology Study. NARIC Accession Number J70065


Functional Recovery After Severe Traumatic Brain Injury: An Individual Growth Curve Approach. NARIC Accession Number J70066


Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Functioning at Discharge and Follow-Up Among Patients With Motor Complete Spinal Cord Injury. NARIC Accession Number J70070


Longitudinal Analysis of Hospitalization After Spinal Cord Injury: Variation Based on Race and Ethnicity. NARIC Accession Number J70072


December 2014 issue

(We’re still processing these items but will have them available to order very soon)

Activity-Based Therapy for Recovery of Walking in Individuals With Chronic Spinal Cord Injury: Results From a Randomized Clinical Trial


Activity-Based Therapy for Recovery of Walking in Chronic Spinal Cord Injury: Results From a Secondary Analysis to Determine Responsiveness to Therapy


Coma Recovery Scale–Revised: Evidentiary Support for Hierarchical Grading of Level of Consciousness


Comorbidity and Insurance as Predictors of Disability After Traumatic Brain Injury


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