Effective practice in rehabilitation : the evidence of systematic reviews Público Deposited

  • 1857171845
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  • London
  • King's Fund
Publication date
  • 1998
  • 83
  • This report presents the findings of a project that aimed to understand the present state of knowledge of the clinical effectiveness of rehabilitation using the evidence of systematic reviews. Fifty-six systematic reviews covering a variety of disabilities, health problems, diseases and client groups were identified through a literature search. Data was extracted from them in a systematic way and is presented as an evidence table. Two main types of intervention have been evaluated; packages of care and simple interventions, but further important detail about components of the different interventions is often lacking. The report suggests that enough is now known from a clinical effectiveness perspective to move forward significantly in the organisation and provision of rehabilitation. Such is the scale of effects of rehabilitation that this would be expected to have a major impact on the state of services and the health of the population.
  • Pagination: viii, 83p.
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