Rehabilitation Outcome Measures Text and Evolve eBooks Package, 1st Edition
SECTION 1 OUTCOME MEASUREMENT IN CONTEXT
1 Outcome measurement and practice
The outcomes movement
Evidence based practice
The role of professional organisations in promoting the systematic use of standardised outcome measure
2 International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF)
What is ICF?
3 How to choose an outcome measure
Project manage the process of choosing and using OMs
How do I choose a measure to use in my clinical practice?
Different types of measures
Assessing the quality of a measure
SECTION 2 MEASUREMENT PROPERTIES
4 Reliability: error in measurement
What is reliability?
How are studies of reliability analysed?
What not to use or to interpret with caution
The description and methodology of validity
Predicting the future - how can we use OM’s to predict future events?
Can the outcome measure tell the difference between two groups?
6 Measuring change
SECTION 3 OVERVIEW
7 Measuring mobility
8 Measuring physical activity
9 Measuring fatigue
10 Measurement in neurological conditions and rehabilitation
11 Evaluating satisfaction
Appendix 1 Mobility
Appendix 2 Physical activity
Appendix 3 Fatigue
Appendix 4 Neurological rehabilitation
Appendix 5 Patient satisfaction