Filling a measurement gap in adult inpatient rehabilitation settings


Background: Valid and clinically meaningful measurement of clients’ activity limitations and participation restrictions in personal and instrumental activities of daily living (ADL) is important in inpatient rehabilitation... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Susan Darzins (School of Allied Health, Australian Catholic University)
  2. Christine Imms (Australian Catholic University)
  3. Marilyn Di Stefano (La Trobe University,)
  4. Melinda Randall (Australian Catholic University)
  5. Nora Shields (La Trobe University and Northern Health)
  6. Julie Pallant (Statistics Consultant)
  7. Nicholas Taylor (La Trobe University and Eastern Health)

Topic Areas

Europe 2020 targets and occupational therapy /science development , Horizon 2020 and occupational therapy / science research , Education / Research / Professional Challenges , Practice and intervention methods , New and innovative intervention , Evidence based practice


OS - 5B » Measurement and Assessment (13:50 - Friday, 17th June, O' Flaherty Theatre )