Tag Archives: Multidisciplinary Teams in Rehabilitation

Flipping Healthcare: a Parallel With Flipping Education? (BMJ / IHI / Healthcare)

Summary Two authors from the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) have proposed that it might be beneficial to “flip” medical thinking (i.e. introduce a 180º change and turn-around), in order to develop innovative models of care which can improve health … Continue reading

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Stroke Rehabilitation: Long-Term Rehabilitation After Stroke (NICE CG162)

Summary Approximately 110,000 people in England, 11,000 people in Wales and 4,000 people in Northern Ireland have a stroke each year. Although most people survive their first stroke there are usually lasting effects. Over 900,000 people in England live with … Continue reading

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Multidisciplinary Team Care in Rehabilitation (Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine)

Summary This systematic review of the effectiveness of multidisciplinary team rehabilitation for different health problems found that improved functioning tends to be an outcome of multidisciplinary rehabilitation team care. Multidisciplinary rehabilitation team care is concluded to improve rehabilitation interventions (regardless … Continue reading

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